How To Become A Copywriter UK
So you want to become a UK Copywriter? You want to write content for websites, email newsletters, printed newsletters and sales materials and make a good living working from home, or a rented office, or anywhere in the world for that matter.
But can you really do this?
Yes, yes and yes.
I have helped several people already to become UK Copywiters, allowing some of them to quit their full time jobs and work from home, achieving greater working flexibility, more free time and a much happier working environment.
Working in marketing with many small business owners, I am frequently asked to recommend copywriters to help my clients to write content for all of their marketing activities. After struggling to find as many quality UK Copywriters as I needed to fulfill all of my clients’ copywriting needs, I decided I ought to do something positive to fix this situation. So I created my UK Copywriting Guide: How To Make A Full Time Living Working Anywhere In The World By Being A Uk Copywriter.
This is designed for you if you are a student thinking of making an income whilst you study for your English Language degree (why earn £6 an hour in Tesco when you can make £25-50 an hour copywriting?), someone who is currently employed full time that wants to start their own business, or someone who is looking to return to work or just to make some extra income.
Wherever you are, if you have good common sense, and basic copywriting skills, you can indeed become a successful UK Copywriter, and I can show you how.
You do not need to be a professional writer yet, you can learn how to do that, and I can show you how to do it quickly.
If you are worried that you do not have the ‘technical skills’ required to write for a professional services business, or any type of business, again, do not worry. You must remember that when writing for client you are actually writing for their audience and they only want the basic points covered.
If you are writing for a solicitor, the people that you are writing for do not want to know all of the case law surrounding the legal service in question, just that your client is ready and able to help them.
If you are writing for an accountant, a business owner looking at your client’s website does not want to know all of the mathematical formulae that the accountant will use to save him money; just that he can save him money.
Copywriting is not about knowing the technical ins and outs of a topic, but more about being able to talk to the business owners potential clients in a clear and transparent manner.
I can show you how.
Simply take a look at my guide below, and let’s get you started.