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Maybe you’re a great web designer and you want to learn about more about copywriting. Maybe you’re just an average blogger, but you want to sell a book or just write better.

Either way–you could benefit from learning copywriting.

I’ve spent the last year learning about copywriting. Actually, I’ve already wrote a post on how to become a better copywriter. While there are many paid courses out there, you can easily get a free education through many of these sites. Without further ado, here are 10 of the best sites for learning copywriting.

1. Kopywriting Kourse

I love Neville Medora. He could probably write some copy on buying a frog and I’d want to buy a frog. While his “kopywriting kourse” cost money (and is worth it), his blog is free. He offers so much great insight into why people buy and sell.

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2. QuickSprout

Neil Patel is another favorite. I would also buy a frog from him, if he was selling frogs. Neil works on so many outlets. You look on some random website and there’s Neil! If you’re just getting started writing or selling online, you’ve got to follow Neil.

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3. ProBlogger

Darren Rowse has been blogging since 2002. His blog offers an interesting perspective on content marketing, blogging, and copywriting.

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4. Copyblogger

CopyBlogger is the brainchild of Brian Clark. He’s created a kingdom of WordPress, copy, and content resources. Copyblogger has morphed from a blog to also include podcasts and educational resources like seminars.

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5. Copy Hackers

CopyHackers is brought to you by Joanna Wiebe and Lance Jones. While I’m pretty new to Copy Hackers, they have some great content on how to write and how to improve your writing.

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6. Make A Living Writing

Carol Tice started “Make a Living Writing” in 2005. For 10 years, she’s shared big wins in her own freelancing and helped freelance writers win too.

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7. Copywriter’s Crucible

Matt Ambrose’s blog, the Copywriter’s Crucible, is a highly rated resource for copywriters and business owners.

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8. Copywriter’s Roundtable

John Forde will teach you how to sell with writing. His blog comes recommended from many other copywriters.

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9. Kissmetrics

Kissmetrics actually sells analytics software, but who better to tell you about copywriting than 1) a company that sells stuff using copy and 2) a company that knows analytics. Oh, and Neil Patel is on here (cause he’s everywhere!).

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10. Buffer

I write about Buffer’s blog a lot. I love Buffer–their blog, their service, their happiness heros that I want to hug. I would cuddle with Buffer, if Buffer was a person. They’re just so reliable, ya know?

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Not a full list!

While I listed my favorites, this is not a conclusive list. It would probably take me all day to track down all the copywriting websites online.

If you have a favorite that’s not listed, let me know in the comments below.

Katie Allred

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