Where can I find an Email Agency?

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Hey Warriors, I recently made 1k on Upwork and have 5 star ratings for my jobs.

As you may know Upwork fees are ridiculous.


Right now, I'm looking for long term work projects, maybe with an email agency.

Where is the best place to find these thanks?
#agency #copywriting #email #find
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    No, I don't consider Upwork fees 'ridiculous' - you earned money using that platform so why shouldn't they be paid for GIVING you business?
    If you have a 5 star rating you should be able to increase your fees to cover at least part of the percentage.



    You might want to check out AWAI - loads of info and help for freelance writers and copywriters.



    If you are looking for 'agencies that hire writers - you will always be giving up a fee or percentage... Best money for writers is when you know how to attract your own clients directly to your service.
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    • Profile picture of the author londonprince
      Thanks for that, I start cold emailing 2 weeks ago and have 3 calls schedule for next week.

      Just wanted somewhere I could get consistent work.

      I will see how the cold emailing goes, once I can secure my own clients then it's BINGO
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  • Profile picture of the author Serene Carmen
    Hey there

    I don't know that there are many agencies for cold email, did you Google? I found just 1 or 2. There's a few people on Twitter you could follow and DM.

    It's a good idea to focus on closing your calls. Maybe you won't need to work for an agency, just start your own.
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  • Profile picture of the author jefftrewhella
    Hey Londonprince,

    There are PR agencies and Direct Marketing agencies, and you can begin to find both by Googling each of those terms.

    If you get in with an agency, make sure to do a great job and they will use you more and more frequently.

    Yes, you're paid less when you freelance for an agency as opposed to writing for your own clients, but the trade-off is that you don't have to market yourself as much (they already have the clients) and you don't have to deal directly with clients (the agency handles them).

    Agencies can provide steady income, since they are always seemingly swamped with work. This can help fill in any gaps in your self-employment earnings.

    That said, it's also a good idea to look for your own clients as well.

    Why not do both? Give it a go and if you don't like it, you can always just stick to what you prefer--either writing for agencies or having your own clients.

    Hope this helps. Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author HelenaLawerence
    Just Google it

    If finding an email agency is tough you can search out for digital marketing agencies too. There are a lot many advertising agencies that do the work.

    Good Luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author Lakshmi SEO
    "ridiculous" is some what a strong word. Upwork is doing all fair comparing to fiverr. Upwork reduces the commission fee once you reach $500 of earning with one client, he/she may be repeated or long term client. Fiverr have no such policy. Upwork always consider sellers benefits too unlike fiverr. I am an established service provider in both the platforms my vote is always for upwork. Try to take projects that gives you good pay in short time and it is always necessary to develop essential skills to get consistent work in platform like upwork.
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