50 episodes

In each episode of Hot Copy, Belinda Weaver and Kate Toon share the secrets of successful copywriters including copywriting tips, shortcuts, writing resources, interviews with other successful copywriters (yes, their secrets too!). And a few laughs, snorts, and giggles along the way. All focused on helping you become a better copywriter.



This podcast is perfect for anyone who wants to learn more about copywriting, the writing bits and the running a business bits.

Hot Copy: A copywriting podcast for copywriters Kate Toon & Belinda Weaver

    • Management & Marketing
    • 4.8, 40 Ratings

In each episode of Hot Copy, Belinda Weaver and Kate Toon share the secrets of successful copywriters including copywriting tips, shortcuts, writing resources, interviews with other successful copywriters (yes, their secrets too!). And a few laughs, snorts, and giggles along the way. All focused on helping you become a better copywriter.



This podcast is perfect for anyone who wants to learn more about copywriting, the writing bits and the running a business bits.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
40 Ratings
40 Ratings
RishiTea612 ,

I wish all copywriting podcasts were as engaging

I’ve tried almost all of them, HC is the best! I swear, you don’t even need to be a copywriter to enjoy it, they’re so funny. Real people that give tips you can put into practice the second you take your headphones off. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve hit the pause button in order to write down something that I need to implement in my writing or business.
-Evan Postier, Minnesota, USA
evanpostier.com

urban_wanderer ,

My favorite copywriting podcast

I’ve given near a dozen copywriting-related podcasts a test drive and this is far-and-away my favorite one. It’s educational, funny, and well worth any copywriter’s time. Hosts do a wonderful job of staying on topic and making each episode enjoyable. From one copywriter to another, this is the podcast you should be listening to.

bean19741 ,

Holy fast talkers

Has anyone told these ladies to slooow down the fast talk? It’s an unnatural cadence almost like someone is fast forwarding a taped version of themselves. It feels rushed and I am so stressed I am going to miss something important. I am from New York so I appreciate the fast talk but geez..

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