I had the pleasure of being interviewed by AuthorsTalkAboutIt.com. It was fun, and though the interview was because of my latest book, The Professional Ghostwriter’s Handbook, we talked about a lot more than just that!
I’m going to give you one of the key points I learned in freelancing. Most freelancers hoard their “secret sauce” jealously. I’d rather share it.
If you wish to be a copywriter, you’ll need to find clients. This is a challenge, but it’s one that every copywriter has gone through. Here are some tips to make the challenge easier.
Copywriting is the art/science of writing copy that grabs people’s attention. While the copy itself has one goal–get the audience to read the next line, and the one after that–there are elements one can use to support fantastic copy, grabbing attention long enough to get them hooked on the content itself.
If you’re considering copywriting for side income, you may well discover it becomes one of your top-earning services. But even if you don’t intend to offer copywriting as a service, freelance writers should consider basic copywriting skills a necessity because it touches on so much of what we already do.