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The Simplicity Mindset

There's a small, quiet lesson I remember from my college English professor, Stephanie Ketley: "Simplify, simplify, simplify."

It might also be the only lesson I remember.

Such a small lesson. So...simple. Yet, applicable to every facet of life. There's no need to overcomplicate anything.

In copywriting, anything other than simplicity is insulting to your reader. If you need to trick your reader into taking action, then you're doing it wrong.

Simplicity Mindset means:

No manipulation.

No mind games.

No trickery.

Clarity Amidst Complexity

Simplicity provides clarity by distilling complex ideas into clear and concise messages. By eliminating jargon and unnecessary complexities, I write to ensure audiences easily understand the compelling message.

Enhance the Experience

Prioritizing simplicity enhances the reader's experience. We are already inundated with an excess of information. Simple content stands out and is easily digestible, providing an honest and enjoyable experience for the audience.


Memorable Messaging

Simplicity breeds memorability by crafting impactful and straightforward messages. This simplicity ensures the brand remains memorable long after the audience encounters the content.


Amplified Engagement

Clear and straightforward content captivates attention through the essence of the brand. By keeping messages simple, Quiet Copywriting compels the audience to engage and take action.


Driving Conversion and Action

A straightforward call to action motivates the audience to take the desired steps. By eliminating clutter and distractions, my Quiet Copywriting approach guides the audience toward a natural desire to act.

I once read this prayer that is now on a sticky note attached to my monitor: "Lord, do not let us do more if in doing less we might do better." (E. Lee Phillips)

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Curiosity     |     Authenticity     |     Simplicity     |     Integrity

"In character, in manner, in style, in all things, the supreme excellence is simplicity."

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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