144 episodes

This podcast reveals the insider secrets of advertising copy that makes money.
Insights into the highly profitable world of direct response marketing.
Hosted by the World's Greatest Copywriting Coach, David Garfinkel.

Copywriters Podcast David Garfinkel

    • Business
    • 4.6, 11 Ratings

This podcast reveals the insider secrets of advertising copy that makes money.
Insights into the highly profitable world of direct response marketing.
Hosted by the World's Greatest Copywriting Coach, David Garfinkel.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Lee Nourse ,

Thanks for Parris Lompropoulos treat!

Hi David,
First, I love your podcast. Most every time I tune in I come away with SOME kind of copy nugget. This morning when I received a link to this episode, though, I couldn't believe it. It's better than any gift under my tree this year, that's the truth! Thank you SO much for bringing Parris Lompropoulos onto the show. When I started listening I was also working on a piece of writing. Remembering my brain doesn't work like that, I closed all other windows and just kept the podcast open. Grabbing a coffee, I opened the pdf you posted beneath the audio and followed Parris as he walked us through that control of his. I gained tremendous insight from this episode of Copywriters Podcast. Thanks again David. And Parris!

HAMvetRIC ,

Too much casual racism and sexism

This podcast was recommended to me but these two are so right wing and wildly offensive that I can’t do it anymore.

Example:

“A lot of the characters in comic books now, especially with the push to diversity, they’re afraid to give their characters flaws. They’re afraid to give their characters conflicts. They don’t want to come off as saying, ‘oh a woman couldn’t deal with this problem’ or ‘a minority would have struggles with the problem’, so a lot of the comic books now have lost the conflicts and character flaws and the comic book industry is plummeting in sales.”

Blaming the decline on the comic book industry on marginalized communities isn’t only wildly inaccurate, but what is a statement like that even doing in a podcast about copywriting?

What makes comments like the above, which are peppered throughout the first 100+ episodes for no real reason, is the person who said that used to be “involved” in hip hop.

He had zero issue exploiting the music of marginalized groups to enrich himself, but now they’re no longer of use to him he makes statements like that every few episodes.

He’s probably always felt that way.

If you can listen to a podcast while hating the hosts, have at it.

I can no longer do so without hating myself.

Darryl A. ,

Great info!

Tons of helpful and useful tips whether your a beginner or a pro.

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