This week's entire episode is devoted to an incredible tool for copywriters (although, I'm quite certain it was not built exclusively for us) – Notion.
Notion is one of those things I was “sort of” familiar with… I knew it was some sort of workspace management system, but I had no idea how much it could be tailored to copywriting and content creation until I got a look at how Cliff Ravenscraft was using it.
I'm not easily impressed these days, and I certainly don't feel the need to learn a new app just because it's popular. This app, however, is worth some effort. I invited Cliff to share with us how he's using Notion to quickly create and manage incredible content that serves his listeners and clients.
- [00:00] Intro
- [01:17] A thousand hours so far
- [01:52] Not bad for an amateur
- [04:03] The value of journaling (they're not for posterity)
- [05:11] Don't trust your biological brain
- [06:41] How do you use Notion?
- [10:14] This sounds like a lot of work
- [11:33] Where do I tap?
- [12:11] How did you go from a Google Doc to Notion?
- [17:31] Let's see it work
- [22:32] Notion as a CRM
- [24:50] Ultimate email follow up
- [29:11] Copywriters: Pay attention
- [30:10] Client homework
- [33:35] Imagine the level of service you can provide
- [34:16] The learning curve…
- [36:40] Notion for speakers
- [39:46] Applying knowledge (not just collecting it)
- [41:03] A final demo (keeping things private)
- [42:37] You are a media empire
- [43:25] Okay, one final show off
https://www.cliffravenscraft.com/ – Visit Cliff's site
https://www.cliffravenscraft.com/podcast – Cliff's podcasts
https://notion.so – Here's where to get started with Notion
https://tinywow.com/ – Convert PDF's to JPG's (and much more)
https://otter.ai – Transcription service
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