Member Spotlight

07 Dec 2020

Lorna McGachie — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight

 “Say yes to every job and figure out a way to make it happen afterwards. You’ll always find a solution.”

30 Nov 2020

Lucy Fletcher — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight Revisited

“I don’t think you need to home in on a niche too soon, it’s okay to take your time and get the experience/clients before deciding on
which path to take.”

16 Nov 2020

Laura Sands — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight

“Having a love for language and a GCSE in English isn’t enough, you need to invest in yourself. So be prepared to cough up on courses, conferences and networking.”

02 Nov 2020

Kate Coote — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight

“Learn to ask the right questions of your clients. You will invariably find yourself writing about subjects you know very little about, and a few clicks on Google is not the panacea of research.” 

26 Oct 2020

Katie Uniacke — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight

“You are not your business. Hard as it might be, try not to take bad feedback or rejection personally.”

19 Oct 2020

Kevin Dowling — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight

“Don’t allow people to trivialise your input or downplay your expertise. Don’t let them rush you, cut corners or ignore your boundaries and processes.”

Jonathan Wilcock, Senior Freelance Copywriter
05 Oct 2020

Member Spotlight Revisited – Jonathan Wilcock

“It’s so much easier to criticise than it is to create great work – so let’s forget the former and crack on with the latter.”

28 Sep 2020

Sharon Gethings — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight Revisited

“Why a client would want to pay less for poorer copy is beyond me – it’s their brand on the line!”

21 Sep 2020

Olivia Greenway — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight

“Be a nice person. People hate working with arseholes no matter how good they are at their craft.”

14 Sep 2020

Diane Wiredu – ProCopywriters Member Spotlight

“Great copywriting really is 90% research, and 10% writing.”

07 Sep 2020

Iain Aitch — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight

“Always try to inject a little something that could only have come from you, even if you are writing copy for a shampoo bottle or packaging for a letter-opener”

31 Aug 2020

Penny Brazier — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight

“Writing for people who get you, and who you get, is like a drink of cool water.”

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