30 Awesome Examples of Conversational Copywriting (+How to Do It Right)


If Google was a boring old company, this is what their mission statement would’ve sounded like:

“Google employs a complex algorithm to analyze and index information so that it’s universally attainable and advantageous.”

But it’s not, here’s what it is:

“Our company mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.”

This is conversational copywriting. You should use it in your emails, ads, landers, website and elsewhere.

Find out:

What is conversational tone?

Why you should be using it in your marketing.

How to write in conversational tone.

30+ awesome examples of conversational copywriting that works.


What Is Conversational Tone?

It’s an informal writing style. The word choice, sentence structure, and other elements give the effect that a human’s (not a robot) chatting with the reader (not the audience).

It makes the reader more connected to the writer.

Why Conversational Tone?

Short answer? Because people like people. Long answer?

To connect with your audience. This adds personality, allowing you to humanize your business. It gives your audience a character to relate to. Too professional can make you seem intimidating.

Stronger, more memorable messaging. Complex words and choppy sentences are hard to read. Informal writing is direct and it flows. It lets your readers easily comprehend (and store) information.

Earns trust. According to copywriting psychology, the easier it is to read something, the truer we perceive it to be.

It’s inclusive. Simple language means anyone can read your content.

It helps with SEO. Conversational writing uses the words and phrases your audience uses, which in the SEO world, are keywords.

How To Write In A Conversational Tone

What you want to become is an approachable expert.

Professional pal.

Friendly faculty.

You get the point.


Here’s how to write in conversational tone:

  • Use contractions. The apostrophe is your friend here.
     If you are looking to track leads, it is a best practice to use a CRM.
     If you’re looking to track leads, it’s a best practice to use a CRM.
  • Use active voice.
    ❌  It’s a best practice to use a CRM.
    ✅  We recommend you use a CRM.
  • Use plain language.
     We will assist you with your request.
    ✅  We’ll help you.
  • Use personal pronouns.  “you”
    ❌  For advertisers looking to save money, monthly audits are recommended.
    ✅  If you want to save money, we recommend auditing your account monthly.

Here’s how to write in really conversational tone:

  • Use parentheses to add side notes.
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  • Relax (or abandon) grammar. Do it. Start sentences with “and” or “but” 😶 . Write incomplete or one-word sentences 😮 . Make up words that don’t even exist 😱 . It’s liberating, I tell ya.
  • Ask questions. Questions your readers are likely asking themselves is a good way to relate to the reader. You can also ask questions like “See what I mean?” and “Don’t you think?”
  • Use bucket brigades. This copywriting technique uses conversational bridge phrases that keep your reader glued to your content.
    • Here’s the deal
    • Sounds good, right?
    • Still not convinced?
    • Now you’re probably wondering
    • Here’s another thing.
    • And the best part?
    • Here’s the kicker
    • What does that mean for you?
    • Long story short
    • Truth is
    • I’ll show you what I mean
  • Add emotion. Formal tone is neutral or serious….aka boring. Be funny. Be relatable. Express your frustration with something. Put passion behind your writing. Use emotional words.
  • Use slang. It’s important to note here that jargon, slang, colloquialisms, idioms and the like can sometimes be offensive or not inclusive, so make sure you know your audience and always have a second pair of eyes review your conversational content.
  • Spell it like it sounds.
    Whaddaya think? It’s gotta be juuust right.


If you want to get all 30 conversational copy examples (they’re all too long, we can’t fit ‘em in here) you’re gonna have to click through this here link:

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