As soon as we announced our amazing special offering for the Copywriting Master Class, I got a slew of email messages. The gist? Does the Master Class provide coaching… Really?
The answer? YES!
I know it’s hard to believe; the Master Class is a very generous offering, but it’s Christmas. So, no matter who you are, if you want to learn copywriting, you can do it — with a coach. Not only do you receive the complete training, you receive a subscription in our new monthly copywriting magazine as well:
It’s the perfect opportunity for you to develop a copywriting career, and quit your day job… or get hired as an in-house copywriter.
Get Hired As an In-House Copywriter
These days, companies are outsourcing most of their marketing, and that includes copywriting. However, if you want to get a copywriting job, you can.
Most of these kinds of jobs are with advertising, graphic design, or Web development agencies.
Want to get hired as a copywriter? Many copywriters are freelancers, however, you can certainly opt to get hired full-time either by an agency, or by a large company.
In this article, we’ll look at three secret tips my students have used to get full-time copywriting jobs.
If you’re just starting out, taking a job, even an unpaid one, as an intern at an advertising agency or Web development company, is an excellent idea. You’ll get great experience.
Many people, when they want to get a job, brush up on their resume, and then scour the job ads. Don’t do that. The best jobs are never advertised. It’s wisest to prepare yourself, and then put yourself out there and make some connections.
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There are many copywriting jobs available, whether you want to freelance, or get hired full-time. My preference is for freelancing, because there’s no ceiling on your income. However, many writers like the security of full-time employment, so you can certainly do that… The Master Class is designed to give you the skills you need.
Ebook Publication in 2013 — Happy Kindling…
The big news of 2012 was of course the Kindle, ebooks, and the big publishing houses which are developing their own ebook-publication arms. Simon & Schuster teamed up with Author Solutions to create Archway Publishing, for example.
So, ebooks are BIG. What does that mean for you in 2013? Whether you’ve already published ebooks, or would like to get started, we’re here to help.
We’ll have more insights, tips and news in the coming weeks.
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