Blog

An interview with Copywriter Denise Beecroft

An interview with Copywriter Denise Beecroft

Denise Beecroft from Marketing Buzz   Who are you Denise Beecroft? I have more than 25 years’ experience working in senior marketing roles and as a freelance copywriter and marketer. I’ve worked with million-dollar budgets and budgets that could be best described...

read more
An interview with Copywriter Matt Fenwick

An interview with Copywriter Matt Fenwick

Matt Fenwick from True North Content   Who are you Matt Fenwick? I run True North Content, a content strategy and writing consultancy based in Canberra. We create content with value and help other people to do likewise. We love working on big and hairy content...

read more
An interview with Copywriter Sarah Spence

An interview with Copywriter Sarah Spence

Sarah Spence from Content Copywriting   Who are you Sarah Spence? Content strategy, content creation and SEO-focused copy for brands and businesses that want to engage and excite their customers. Drawing on the expertise of my network of SEO copywriters, copy...

read more
An interview with Copywriter Mary Cameron

An interview with Copywriter Mary Cameron

Mary Cameron from 4Words   Who are you Mary Cameron? Kiwi with Scots roots, lifelong coast dweller now living ‘la vie bretonne’ in regional France. Distance runner, cold water swimmer, wife to a darling husband, mother to a lovely lad, bossed by a ginger cat,...

read more
An interview with Copywriter Angela Denly

An interview with Copywriter Angela Denly

Angela Denly from Angela Denly Writing and Communications Services We love our members, hard. Harder than a hard thing. This year several are celebrating their 4th or - gasp 5th year with us. And we wanted to share their stories with you. First off the mark, the...

read more
A beginner’s guide to writing TV commercials

A beginner’s guide to writing TV commercials

This post was written by TCCS member, Mark Farrelly   As a copywriter, the first thing to know about writing for TV is it’s a lot different to writing for print or the web. (Or even what you’d write for radio.) It’s an audio-visual medium, and so what’s seen is...

read more
What to do when copywriting work goes quiet.

What to do when copywriting work goes quiet.

This post was written by TCCS member, Kate Merryweather   Quiet times happen to us all. As a copywriter with seven years of experience, I recently found myself in a quiet stage. What did I do? Got busy. Here’s 19 productive steps you can take to get ahead,...

read more
How to find copywriting clients

How to find copywriting clients

This post was written by TCCS member, Nadine Crowe   Top 10 tips for finding freelance copywriting jobs Tap your personal networks Leverage your professional networks Talk to people about what you do Connect with connectors Partner with related industries Believe...

read more
Want to be a successful copywriter?

Want to be a successful copywriter?

We can help!

We help aspiring copywriters build a thriving copywriting business, hone their writing skills, make connections and boost their confidence.

  • Copy Shop






  • shares