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Ashlyn Carter

Undercover Influencer

Ashlyn is a copywriter and the creator of Copywriting for Creatives, an online course that helps creatives write copy that is guaranteed to convert. Ashlyn built her company from the ground up, starting with a wedding logo and a website that she built herself. Ashlyn is a master at writing copy and her wisdom on building and marketing your company is priceless.


12 Oct 2021

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8: Getting Past Video Insecurities to build a SOLID Know, Like and Trust Factor with Your Audience feat Ashlyn Carter

The Video Reframed Podcast with Trena Little

Is something holding you back from starting a Youtube channel? Video content on Youtube can help build a know, like, and trust factor with your audience that you don’t necessarily get with other platforms. Let’s toss aside those insecurities and get you building those relationships with your audience!In this episode, Ashlyn Carter of Ashlyn Writes joins us to share how she faced her own insecurities to start a Youtube channel that no one expected to happen. Listen in as she shares how Youtube has changed her community, along with some encouraging words if you’re struggling to get started.The Video Reframed podcast, hosted by Trena Little, is here to help you reframe the way you think about video content.Review the full show notes and transcript at trenalittle.com/podcast/8 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


13 Sep 2021

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015 | Ashlyn Carter - Copywriting For Creatives Founder and Launch Strategist

The Course Creation Podcast

Ashlyn Carter is the OG copywriter extraordinaire for creatives, her business, Ashlyn Writes is the place to go for marketing copywriting and curriculum, it is a center for creatives, visionaries, and entrepreneurs who need help and some love with crafting their strategic brand messaging to stand above the noise. Her mission is to help creatives figure out words and copy that convert so that they can spend more time and energy on creating their legacy.In this episode, Nat & Yas sit with Ashlyn and tackle copywriting on a sales page, Facebook Ads, community building, and pre-launch strategies.Subscribe & Review on: Apple PodcastSpotifyGoogle PodcastYouTubeTake our quick survey HEREFollow our course creation journey & connect with us!The Course Creation Podcast:hello@coursecreation.comFollow us on InstagramJoin Our Facebook Community GroupFollow our Co-Founders:Natali's InstagramYasmin's InstagramFollow Ashlyn:InstagramFacebookYoutubeTwitterPinterestWebsiteCopywriting for Creatives CourseNYB MediaWebsiteInstagramYouTubeJoin the Academy HEREResources:Digital Course Academy - Amy Porterfield’s courseTara McMullin - The living room strategy blog postTara McMullin - What Works podcastTrelloSlackLoom AsanaVoxerThe Focus Keeper appKajabiThinkificTeachable


23 Sep 2020

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Scaling in copywriting with Ashlyn Carter (S5E152)

Legal Road Map®: copyright, trademark and business law info for online entrepreneurs

Copywriting can be intimidating to a lot of online business owners. It seems like an elusive yet necessary skill to running your business successfully and increasing sales. But copywriting genius Ashlyn Carter joined us in this episode to give a behind-the-scenes peek at what starting and growing her agency/curriculum-based business looks like, including some pretty big legal lessons she’s learned along the way. In this episode, we’ll cover: How Ashlyn learned the importance of client contracts the hard way The value of forming and nurturing in-person relationships in an online business Why Ashlyn still tracks her time (even if she doesn’t bill hourly anymore) How batching your tasks and days can give a real boost to productivity How clarifying and naming your signature process can help you protect your IP more easily The benefit of working with an emotionally uninvested third party (i.e., a trusted lawyer!), especially if you tend to be emotionally invested in your business BONUS:  If you’re starting something new, or this episode has spotlighted areas of your business that have you worried, now is a great time to make sure your business is in good shape legally. Download our free legal checklist to make sure your business has a strong legal foundation at www.awbfirm.com/podcast152! Resources mentioned in this episode: The ONE Thing by Gary Keller: https://www.the1thing.com/ Essentialism by Greg McKeown: https://gregmckeown.com/book/ Powersheets: https://cultivatewhatmatters.com/ Focus Keeper app: http://bit.ly/focuskeeper Ashlyn’s website: www.ashlynwrites.com Ashlyn’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashlynscarter/ Ashlyn’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AshlynWrites/ This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.


17 Aug 2020

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Ashlyn Carter: The Anatomy of a $560K Year

The Get Paid Podcast: The Stark Reality of Entrepreneurship and Being Your Own Boss

Ashlyn Carter is a conversion copywriter and marketing strategist specializing in wedding & creative industries. She traded Fortune 500 clients in corporate marketing to bring in more than seven-figures in her business writing for creatives, now helping women write words that sell, so they can work from a place of rest—not hustle. This Week on the Get Paid Podcast How Ashlyn achieved the snowball effect by niching down Quitting the glamorous corporate lifestyle How Ashlyn was hospitalized and recovered from an eating disorder Becoming a professional copywriter for creatives How she found an Ashlyn-sized hole in the market to fit into Raising rates, starting an agency, and topping $60k in her first year Making 2020 the “year of the funnel” Confronting copyright thieves and taking legal action Ashlyn dives into the details of last year’s $560k sales Getting your finances in order with Profit First and financial planning Mentioned in this episode: Ashlyn’s Copywriting for Creatives course Tarzan Kay on the Get Paid Podcast Being There: Why Prioritizing Motherhood in the First Three Years Matters book Ashlyn’s The Art of Efficiency course Ashlyn’s Primed to Launch course Profit First book by Mike Michalowicz Betterment online investment company Connect with Ashlyn: Website YouTube Channel The Most Important Training for Course Creators  If you're like me, you've heard the talk: “Evergreen funnels aren't effective. Only certain types of businesses can actually sell on autopilot”. But, that's not true at all. I’ve made $50,000 in revenue with Mariah Coz’s evergreen funnel strategies.  Now, you can walk through her entire system in her free class: ‘How To Sell More Courses With An Evergreen Sales Funnel’.  It's kinda insane how detailed she gets in this training. Visit clairepells.com/ee to get it right now.  Now it’s time to GET PAID Thanks for tuning into the Get Paid Podcast! If you enjoyed today’s episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, rate, and leave your honest review. Connect with me on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram, visit my website for even more detailed strategies, and be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media. Now, it’s time to go get yourself paid.

1hr 19mins

21 May 2020

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#122 Ashlyn Carter on Copy Strategies 7-Figure Earners Use To Make More Sales

Beyond Influential

Ever wonder how the right words seem to come so effortlessly for some people? You open their emails and you actually want to keep reading… an email! You click on their website and now you want to buy a product or service you didn’t even know you were interested in. (Do you need it?! It doesn’t matter!) If you’ve ever agonized over writing copy, whether it’s an Instagram caption or a sales page, you know the importance of getting your words right when communicating with your audience.  You’ve also probably noticed that coming up with the right words isn’t always easy. Here’s the reality: Writing copy that converts is not a skill set that comes naturally to most - they’ve had help, which is why I’m so excited to introduce you to this week’s Beyond Influential guest, launch and conversion copy expert and educator, Ashlyn Carter. Ashlyn has worked with some of the biggest names in the creative entrepreneur community on their conversion copy - Jenna Kutcher, Amy Porterfield, Julie Solomon… just to name a few. She is a master in the art and science of crafting copy that gets an audience to buy, taking into account both the emotional and analytical when it comes to moving consumers.  I loved nerding out with her on this episode! We cover: Her transition from a fast-paced career in PR to creating a business that prioritizes her physical and mental health Niching down & why her business focuses on creative entrepreneurs  Conversion copywriting: What it is and why it’s essential for your business Outsourcing your copy: When’s the right time and what to look at when hiring Is your copy converting? The analytics that matter Writing copy that converts: Tips & strategies on how to approach sales pages, launch copy, your website and more! Don't want to miss an episode (or valuable free resources!)? Click here. Helpful Free Content: Unlock this Limited-Time Free Training from Brand Summit 2020 Want to support the podcast (for Free!)? Leaving a review on Apple Podcasts goes a long way. To connect with Ashlyn: Website | Instagram | YouTube To connect with me, Brittany Krystle: Website | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook #beyondinfluentialpodcast

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8 May 2020

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EP 16: Copywriting Secrets for Converting More Customers with Ashlyn Writes Owner/CEO Ashlyn Carter

Work Less, Earn More

Copywriting has such an incredible power to allow you to work less and earn more. If you have put the time and energy into your copy and your website is converting – convincing more people to join your email list and buy your product – that means you don't have to put in the leg work to make each individual sale yourself. If you set up your website do the heavy lifting for you, you can take some time off and keep making money – even if you're not in the office. In this episode, we’re talking with the brilliant copywriter and my good friend Ashlyn Carter. Ashlyn is a conversion copywriter and marketing strategist specializing in wedding & creative industries. She trains Fortune 500 clients in corporate marketing to bring in more than seven-figures. She has worked with creatives like Jenna Kutcher, Beth Kirby of Local Milk, Julie Solomon, Katelyn James, Hilary Rushford, Lara Casey/Cultivate What Matters. Her launch funnels have generated results for clients including upwards of $1M in revenue in a single week. She's been a contributing educator with Creative Live, ConvertKit, and HoneyBook, and has been featured in Forbes, Southern Living, Style Me Pretty, and more. I wanted to have Ashland on the show so you can learn some of the copywriting secrets that will help you improve the writing that you do to market your business. Listen to the full episode to hear: How to make your website do the heavy lifting for you so you don't have to work as hard How improving the words on your website can help you convert more customers and allow you to work less The #1 thing everyone can improve on their website to get visitors to STICK and be more likely to convert How to use a "heatmap" to figure out exactly where you need to fix your website's copy Ashlyn’s Links: Ashlyn Writes Instagram Facebook YouTube Gillian’s Links: Join Startup Society (promo code: earnmore) The Feedback Form


20 Apr 2020

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033: How to Write Copy That Converts with Ashlyn Carter

The Heart & Hustle Podcast

Today’s guest is the master of copywriting, Ashlyn Carter! Ashlyn Carter is a conversion copywriter, international speaker, and marketing strategist specializing in the wedding and creative industries. She’s the founder and CEO of Ashlyn Writes, a copywriting business and marketing curriculum source for creatives. 90 one on one clients, over 5,000+ students, and 7 figures in revenue later, she's pinpointed what it is helps lock in half-a-million dollar launches for digital marketing campaigns. She traded Fortune 500 clients in corporate marketing for her own mega successful business helping women write words that sell, so they can work from a place of rest—not hustle.  Ashlyn is a new dear friend to us and she speaks from such a place of warmth and encouragement. In today’s interview we chatted all things copywriting with Ashlyn such as what copywriting REALLY means, the biggest mistakes she sees business owners making in their website and sales copy, tips and tricks for writing attention grabbing headlines and blog titles, and the art of prioritizing copy AND design when creating a web page. Prepare to have your earbuds blessed. Show notes: https://theheartuniversity.com/033-how-to-write-copy-that-converts-with-ashlyn-carter HoneyBook: www.share.honeybook.com/heart In addition to a FREE 7 day trial, get 50% off your first year of HoneyBook, a $200 value!!  If you want to connect with us and other listeners in the Heart and Hustle community join our Facebook group here. www.theheartuniversity.com/apps www.ashlynwrites.com www.ashlynwrites.com/quiz Follow along: www.instagram.com/ashlynscarter www.instagram.com/evierupp www.instagram.com/mrslindseyroman www.instagram.com/theheartuniversity Podcast inquiries: podcast@theheartuniversity.com


16 Apr 2020

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Growing an Effective Marketing List with Ashlyn Carter

Online Success Collaborative podcast

In this episode, Ashlyn Carter of Ashlyn Writes: Copywriting For Creatives discusses how to approach building a marketing list that is driven by quality of relationship and how well outsourcing client case studies has served the growth of her business.  Additionally, Ashlyn shares: - How Pinterest plays into building marketing lists - Importance of utilizing SEO in list building - Ashlyn's biggest mistake in launching her business - Invest in coaching and it's return on a business https://ashlynwrites.com/ Please rate and subscribe on Apple Podcasts and Spotify!  Free Mini-Course! How to Write an Engaging Email Sequence:  http://onlinesuccesscollaborative.com/welcomeseries Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/success_collab/ Facebook Group: http://bit.ly/2I2yUVg 


17 Mar 2020

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Ep 99: Virtual Summit Email list ethics (ft. Ashlyn Carter)

The Speak to Scale Podcast

In this episode, we’re having a conversation about public speaking for business at virtual summits and protecting the integrity of your email list. I know as a business owner we truly want to serve people well. We want speaking opportunities we can show up to and pour into our audience, but sometimes we don't know how to identify if a virtual summit is going to be a good fit for us, especially when we're asked to share all of the summit information with our email list (that we are really trying to serve and protect). To unpack this subject I brought in my dear friend Ashlyn Carter to have an honest conversation about what email list ethics really need to look like and how we can approach virtual summits with a fresh perspective. If you loved this episode and it motivated you to add speaking to your business, please take the time to leave me some positive feedback on iTunes. I’d also love to hear about your biggest takeaway. Take a screenshot of you listening on your device, post it to your Instagram Stories and tag us @speaktoscalepodcast. Episode takeaways you don’t want to miss: The importance of protecting your email list. You worked HARD to build it! The importance of your relationship with your list. It’s not the size of your list that matters Why you need to vet all summit opportunities to ensure they fall in line with your mission and messaging Other ways to get TARGETED leads besides blindly blabbing at virtual summits that don’t speak to your target audience What you need to have in place to ensure you get an ROI from a virtual summit Navigating how to negotiate the terms of virtual summit rather than resorting to a hard “no”. Why you need to show up to a virtual summit with the mindset of serving both the audience and the summit organizer  Why you should ask your audience if they want you to be on a virtual summit For full show notes and links, visit: http://www.thepublicspeakingstrategist.com/shownotes/099


4 Mar 2020