Bartering your copywriting services can be a great way to get other services without paying for them—but it can also be a great way to get yourself into trouble. Follow these simple tips and you're much more likely to have a great outcome.
Discussing a job's salary with a hiring manager can be nerve-wracking—especially if they offer you less than what you want. Here's a guide to negotiating that makes it as easy and painless as possible.
As a copywriter, you'll probably get hired to write content at least a couple of times in your career. But be careful where you put those samples in your portfolio—it could seriously affect your future job prospects.
You may be able to further in your copywriting career with a mentor. But how do you find one? Here's a step-by-step plan for finding someone to help answer your career questions and maybe even help you get ahead.
Most people who visit your site won't contact you—and they'll leave and never return. They'll forget about your site or lose your URL and there goes your chance at getting that business. Here's one way to help get potential clients to come back...
Portfolio listing sites can be great assets for copywriters. But they should definitely not be the links you send to potential employers! Find out exactly why you need your own standalone portfolio website.