Get started copywriting: start small

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Get started copywriting: start small

Monday, January 21st, 2008    Subscribe To Our Feed

New to copywriting? Great! There are so many opportunities for copywriters today, that you’ll have a full roster of clients before you know it.

Start small, but think big

I advise my copywriting students to start small.

That’s the way I started a couple of decades ago. I was running a small business and wrote some very jazzy ads. Other small business people saw them, and asked me to write advertising and public relations material for them. Before I knew it, copywriting became a complement to the novels I was writing, and I had steady clients.

So start small - write an ad or two, or a radio spot, or a speech. Take whatever gigs you’re offered.

Each copywriting gig you take will build your experience, and your portfolio. Keep learning, and before you know it, you’ll take on some large clients, or will become a sub-contractor to an advertising or other agency.

The copywriting gigs are out there, and you can get them. Yes, you. :-) Copywriting has no age, gender or educational requirements, you simply need common sense and the willingness to learn.

Copywriting is a wonderful career: you’re your own boss, and you can work as much or as little as you please.

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