Freelancing and copy writing

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Hello everyone here. I am new and want to find online work of freelancing. Need suggestions and a start.
#copy #freelancing #writing
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  • Profile picture of the author Jason Kanigan
    Originally Posted by jamilahmad488 View Post

    Hello everyone here. I am new and want to find online work of freelancing. Need suggestions and a start.
    10 years ago I wrote this. A week or so ago I changed the wording to be for agency owners looking to sell their services in one of the top agency groups on FB, and it went through the roof. Over 100 likes. Human nature has not changed: the process still works today and I use it myself. https://www.warriorforum.com/copywri...ml#post8711956
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  • Profile picture of the author drmani
    Without knowing much about your experience level as a copywriter, it's hard to suggest anything.

    I think it's best to learn and master the fundamentals of your craft. Then showcase this expertise by way of either successful case studies, or sample copywriting projects you've done for yourself or clients.

    A copywriting client will be more likely moved by an expert with a solid track record than anything else.

    Hope this helps.

    All success,
    Dr.Mani
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  • Profile picture of the author JeffryS
    You should try kwork and upwork they're online platforms for freelancers. The supply there is high, but the demand is higher
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    • Profile picture of the author DWolfe
      Originally Posted by JeffryS View Post

      You should try upwork they're online platforms for freelancers. The supply there is high, but the demand is higher
      There are more freelancers on Upwork than the actual demand. People are complaining that work has dropped off recently. The recent change to the number of connects required to bid on a job is another issue.

      You should not tell a new member that there is more work than workers. Since 2020 there has been a flood of new members joining to join the work-at-home life style.
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      • Profile picture of the author JeffryS
        Oh, I didn't think of that, sorry! As a person who use Upwork and Kwork to hire frequently, it seems to me that there are still plenty of opportunities to get hired. For example, sometimes I can't find a suitable freelancer for the work I need. Either they are not qualified for the job nor there is poor communication. And the job is quite simple. But of course, maybe it's the situation only in my niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    AI tools have sucked up the lower to lower mid end of CONTENT WRITING FREELANCING

    This doesn't mean there is absolutely no market for these skills. The market still exists.

    BUT there's a FLIGHT TO QUALITY

    So if you're looking to WRITE CONTENT or DO COPYWRITING for freelance income, you need to deliver SOLID RESULTS and be on the same quality level as BACKLINKO or COPYBLOGGER

    Otherwise, it's a race to the bottom since AI-using clients expect humans to work for fractions of a penny now
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