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Good Copywriting community combines structured resources and high quality information. It's the most sustainable way to work towards long-term goals.

Good Copywriting is the blog you want to read in if you are serious about your copywriting skills. I have been attending since 2016 and I won't miss the event for any reason in the world. I have meet many like minded people and had a lot of fun during those years.

Karl Johnson
Founder, Design School

Guest Speaker
Superdesign 2019

Everyone in the community is very welcoming and supportive! Plus, having access to the community resources that help me grow as a copywriter has been priceless so far.

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Born in 2006, but still young and innovative.

Strategize with people you can learn from, and help people coming up after you. We usually talk about writing, selling, SEO, email lists, plus feedback and validating ideas.

Strategize with people you can learn from, and help people coming up after you. We usually talk about writing, selling, SEO, email lists, plus feedback and validating ideas.

Strategize with people you can learn from, and help people coming up after you. We usually talk about writing, selling, SEO, email lists, plus feedback and validating ideas.

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Communities help you build your knowledge on a daily basis, iterate often, find your motivation, and learn from the successes of people like you.

Superdesign Conference 2019 was my first live event. My friends and colleagues always talked me positively about the environment and the quality of the speakers. I came with high expectation and wasn't disappointed. I will be back in 2020 for sure!

Aisha Reed
Lead Designer, Acme

HA,
Superdesign 2019

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Question 1

Should I join even if I'm a novice?

You can certainly join if your blog isn't live yet. I would also recommend getting over the hurtle of setting it up ASAP, so you can focus on writing and learning instead of tweaking your tech stack!

Question 3

My goal is to grow my revenue. Do people do that here?

Absolutely. I got my start blogging by building a monetized blog, and I love helping others find ways to get paid for what they create. We have members who monetize through digital products, courses, Patreon, YouTube, affiliate links, and other means.

Question 5

What if I've just started learning to code?

First off, congratulations on taking the leap. We are a friendly space for code newbies and people transitioning into tech from other fields. If you want to make sure your code is correct before publishing something, we may be able to help there, too :)

Question 7

How about if my blog isn't my main channel?

Sure thing. A blog can be a great way to bring people to your email list, YouTube channel, or another social profile. The important thing is that you're willing to dedicate time to making your blog work and complement what you're already doing.

Question 9

What if I realize it's not a fit after signing up?

Just write to monica@bloggingfordevs.com within 14 days of signing up, and I'll be happy to refund you, no questions asked.

Question 2

What if I'm an experienced copywriter. Is this community right for me?

We have community members who blog about all kinds of non-tech topics: travel, interior design, language learning, marketing, and knitting to name a few. While most members write content on software and engineering, you'll find many principles are universal and adaptable for different audiences. That said, when it comes to getting feedback on your content, you'll be able to get the most consistent input on pieces intended for a technical audience.

Question 4

What if I'm not "really" a copywriter?

First off, I hope you're not discounting yourself! While our community and members content is oriented for developers, we do have members who code second to their main occupation: product managers, marketers, and analytics consultants. To get the most out of the content and discussions, you should have a technical background or be in the process of learning.

Question 6

If I already have a blog that's doing pretty well, is the Pro community for me?

Definitely. If you are looking to grow and meet people who can help you get to the next level, the community is a place to find collaborators and people to work with. Our members run blogs, email lists, and social media accounts of all sizes, including those reaching hundreds of thousands of people per month.

Question 8

Can my company pay for my Blogging for Devs Pro membership?

Yes! Blogging for Devs Pro is fundamentally an educational and professional community, and your company can get a lot out of having devs who know how to write compelling, resonant content.

Question 10

I have another question!

I knew you would! Write me at monica@bloggingfordevs.com and I'll be happy to answer it for you personally by email.