How to fire a client without falling into a heap

How to fire a client without falling into a heap

Reading Time: 4 minutesAre all copywriting clients made of sugar and all things nice? No. In fact, you have a higher chance of working for a toxic client than your dream client. This post was written by TCCS member, Rashida Tayabali   Do you have a client whose...
Copywriting clients: Relationships versus one night stands

Copywriting clients: Relationships versus one night stands

Reading Time: 4 minutesWhich is better for your business? It’s not too much of a stretch to see that working with copywriting clients is a bit like dating. In this post I’m going to take you through the different kinds of copywriting relationships you can form, and...
How can I balance current work with new business?

How can I balance current work with new business?

Reading Time: 2 minutes How copywriters balance their time. #copywriting #copywriter Click To Tweet   Watch the video     Today’s question is from Nicole. And Nicole wants to know “How to balance current work with new clients?” So in today’s video I...
17 ways to piss off your copywriter

17 ways to piss off your copywriter

Reading Time: 3 minutesWe copywriters are generally a friendly bunch. Well us Australian Copywriters are anyway, those English ones are a grumpy lot.* But there are ways to make our blood boil. There are buttons you can press. And there are plenty of utterances that...
2015 FREELANCE COPYWRITER SURVEY

2015 FREELANCE COPYWRITER SURVEY

Reading Time: 4 minutesA few months ago, we launched an anonymous Freelance Copywriter Survey to gauge how rates, working hours and challenges varied around the world.   The results of the 2015 FREELANCE COPYWRITER SURVEY! Click To Tweet   We’re now...
How to know if your copywriting is client ready

How to know if your copywriting is client ready

Reading Time: 4 minutesThis post was written by TCCS member, Belinda Weaver   Sending your copywriting to a client is a nerve-racking experience. When you’re a newbie it can be down-right terrifying. I vividly remember handing over the first version of copy to my...