Sarah Grear, an experienced copy conversion expert, shares how crafting the right words and stories can win you new business through your website and social media.

Guest Biography

Sarah Grear has written high converting copy for more than 300 projects earning in total over 3 million dollars. Working with celebrity brands as a creative director she crossed the 7 figure mark in a single launch (nope, that's not a typo). Her strategies are centered on amplifying sales for influential creative and healers who pack way more personality punch than your average digital brand (think Oprah vs. Best Buy).

Sarah has been named one of “50 Must-Follow Women Entrepreneurs” by the Huffington Post. She's worked with millionaire entrepreneurs like Hilary Rushford and Rick Mulready and in turn has been a featured speaker in their private Masterminds.

Through her pursuit of crafting custom copy that sells Sarah elevates your brand from aspiring entrepreneur to rising influencer.

Show notes:

In this episode, you will learn:

  • Why we're all copywriters – meaning that we all need to write better, with purpose, and with an ability to convince people.
  • Sarah shares her framework for creating copy that persuades and converts sales.
  • We'll talk cool stuff like how Sarah took 4 months off in 2017 and yet her revenue doubled!!

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