Way back in August 2012, I took part in an interview over at the Professional Copywriters Network – now just ProCopywriters (because every copywriter loves a rebrand).
We talked about everything from how I got started as a freelance copywriter with absolutely no experience to what I’d learnt, what I liked, and what I didn’t like.
But, at that point, I was just a few short years in. Since then, a lot has changed. And just after a bit of a rebrand, an evolved version of my logo, and an ever-busier workload, the time was right to revisit.
The friendly folks over at ProCopywriters have just published a new interview with me – part of their series of revisited spotlights that’s definitely worth a read.
In the interview, we cover some interesting areas like:
- Why my niche is how I tackle projects, not the subject areas I write about
- The advice to new copywriters that I hate the most
- The importance of recognising what you can’t do – and why it pays to find someone who can
Check it out and, if you violently disagree with anything, I’d love to hear from you.