This course is going to show you — in just ONE HOUR of watch time — almost everything I know about winning good-paying copywriting work on Upwork (yes, even in 2021).
To get you started, here’s a few things you need to know (READ FIRST):
- As described on the sales page shown before you bought (you did read that, right?) … the course comes via my mobile Learnistic app, which you will need to validate with your phone number.
- If you have any issues, please do NOT email the person you bought from — they can’t help you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll help you ASAP.
- If you bought this upsell, you obviously also bought the front-end offer, which contained my Email Copywriting Compendium. If you haven’t got it yet, here is the link for that.
So with that said …
Here is your access link:
Oh, and before you go …
Here’s one more thing
you might want to know:
I also share free, daily copywriting tips with my private email list of freelance copywriters.
And yeah, I know.
Every other copywriter in this bundle does the whole daily-email thing now.
My emails are better 🤷♂️
lol, but really.
There was a reason I showed you all those testimonials for my email list above.
My email list is not like any other copywriter’s you’ve ever seen (well, except the ones who follow me and copy my style, I guess).
And you *might* recognise a few of the names below talking about my copy:
“Daniel, in my opinion, is one of the best copywriters in the world right now.”
Scott PapeAuthor of The Barefoot Investor, the bestselling book in Australian history
“One of Australia’s top copywriters”
Ben SettleEmail copywriting expert
(From email, 21/4/20)
Ramit SethiAuthor of the #1 NYT bestseller, I Will Teach You To Be Rich
“You are a force!”
Brian KurtzExecutive VP, Boardroom
“Omg, I lol’ed … great entertainment value on a Friday night after a nice steak dinner and wine.”
Kim Krause SchwalmA-list copywriter
“Daniel is a damn serious — and damn good — practitioner of the copywriting arts.”
David Garfinkel“The World’s Greatest Copywriting Coach” & host of the Copywriters Podcast
“Really funny … and he’s doing some innovative stuff, style-wise that I haven’t seen before.”
Chris OrzechowskiEmail copywriter
“A wacky, wacky man of tremendous talent.”
Justin BlackmanPretty Fly Copy
“Trust me on this. After reading Daniel’s stuff … you’ll unsubscribe to other people’s lists to make room for him.”
Shiv ShettiCreator of the ‘Flaming Camel’ system
“There is nothing new under the sun, they say, but on Monday I saw something entirely new in the realm of copywriting. I suggest you study [Daniel’s email] carefully. It astonished me.”
Drayton BirdFormer Vice Chairman, Ogilvy & Mather (David Ogilvy’s Right-Hand Man)
“Daniel Throssell and all discussions related to Daniel Throssell are permanently banned from r/copywriting.”
r/copywritingThe official Rule #9 of r/copywriting, circa August 2021
“Dan this is BRILLIANT. Brillliant. Exceptional! You’ve hit it out of the park.”
Mia FreedmanFounder of the Australian Mamamia media empire
“Daniel is one of the best copywriters — and thinkers — I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with.”
Eddie ShleynerFounder, VeryGoodCopy
“I seriously think you might be the best copywriter in the game right now.”
Robert AllenFormer copywriter for I Will Teach You To Be Rich
“I’ve honestly never seen anyone write emails that are as engaging and fun as yours. I read them every day to try to crack the code of how you do it.”
John BejakovicEmail copywriter
“Love your style! It’s good to see someone stand out and do unorthodox things.”
Jon BuchanCharm Offensive
“He’s been called the best copywriter in Australia and I’m not going to disagree.”
John McIntyre“The Autoresponder Guy”
And in fact … I literally INVENTED a new kind of welcome autoresponder called the ‘Parallel Welcome Sequence’.
It is, guaranteed, the craziest welcome series you have EVER read.
And people can’t stop reading it:
So if you’d like to see it for yourself …
And experience WHY people go so crazy about my emails …
Well, it just so happens I found this old opt-in link in my shed. It was a bit banged-up, but a lick of paint and it’s as good as new!
I’m just going to leave this here for you.
What happens next is up to you …