Want to feature in a book of the ProCopywriters blog?

Spanning seven years and 500 articles, the ProCopywriters blog is packed with ideas for copywriters.

One downside to this wealth of information is that it can be hard to navigate.

An aspiring copywriter could probably learn enough to start freelancing from our blog alone – if they can find the twenty articles they need.

This got me thinking.

Why not collect some of these blog posts into a logical order, and bundle them up as an ebook?

Actually, this isn’t really a new idea – I know Tom Albrighton had considered this when he was at the helm.

And really, it’s a no-brainer.

By making an ebook, we can gather the best articles on things like:

  • Writing copy
  • Marketing
  • Business
  • Client management

And then offer the book for free to our members.

This is precisely what we intend to do.

First, we need to choose the most popular and useful posts from the 500+ on our blog. Then we need to contact the authors to ask if we can repackage their articles in an ebook.

Every contributing author would get their profile included alongside their article, including details of their business and website (if relevant).

We will get the book professionally designed and laid-out as both a pdf and an ebook format.

We’ll look into print-on-demand services in case anyone would prefer to pay for a printed copy.

What do you think?

Would you like to be involved?

Do you have any articles you would like to be considered for inclusion?

Please email editor AT with any thoughts, requests, concerns or offers of chocolate.


27th May 2019

Whitney Edwards

Clever concept and great incentive for generating new member leads by offering the content in one ebook. Treating it kind of like an anthology of the most useful ideas and advice for thriving in the freelance world, with slivers of advice from attributed authors is a nice angle. I think you guys should be mindful to include a variety of freelance writer contributions too, as I have found the industry is flooded with the older generation, and it is actually the younger ones finding no niche in fulltime marketing/creative jobs who are worrying how on earth to go freelance. They would massively benefit from a guide book.

Anyway, enough rambling! I am interested in including my words/advice for sure and have had a blog article published with you previously, and also have a wealth of personal experience and advice to share from articles featured my own site:

Please let me know if you want me to copyedit any of my content for publishing in your ebook, I’d happily work with you on that to help freelancers of the future! There’s too many grey areas out there.


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