Tag Archives: Motivation & isolation

Five lessons from my first year as a copywriter

  A guest blog post by Joanna Brown of The Word Hen As my copywriting business approaches its first birthday, I find that I’ve exceeded my targets – don’t get too excited, I had very modest targets!  Perhaps modest expectations are the first lesson! Well, here are another five. Don’t become a copywriter because you… Continue Reading

The pros and cons of a freelance copywriting career

Did you wake up yesterday morning and decide to become a copywriter? Probably not. It’s much more likely your copywriting career will start gradually.  As time goes on, you’ll do some research to find out if a career in copywriting is feasible … and if it’s for you. Whatever stage you’re at, whether you’re still… Continue Reading

Why the freelance copywriter needs discipline

Most freelance copywriters work from home.  In today’s market, home working is positively trendy.  But does working from home really mean the freedom to suit yourself? There’s no doubt working as a freelance copywriter brings a freedom you might never have experienced before.  You’re the boss.  You can work when you like and play when… Continue Reading

The isolated copywriter

Many copywriters work from home.  Great!  No daily traffic battles to deal with, work in your pyjamas if you like, and have as many cups of coffee as you want.  That’s the upside of being a home-based freelance copywriter. But sadly, for some people, the downside is isolation.  Freelance copywriting can be a lonely business. … Continue Reading

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