I’m quickly approaching my ten-year anniversary as a full time Amazon copywriter. I’ve learned a lot over the past three years or so, giving me a perspective as well as appreciation for those who own a business I prior didn’t have.
Since first hanging away my shingle back in August 2010, I thought I would list a few benefits for having a long-term relationship with a Amazon copywriter.
if you are a small business owner, a startup or maybe perhaps a business person, it is going to benefit you significantly in case you seek to work with a copywriter for Amazon (or even a team of writers) for longer than merely a few months.
It takes a bit of time to cultivate an excellent relationship but as you are going to see, the rewards are well-worth it.
I got a very sweet message today from a freelancer. She’s not a copywriter, but she’s finishing up her degree in graphic design.
After I saw her on LinkedIn, I asked to connect. She wrote to me inquiring if I needed any work completed and/or had any advice to get her started. Here are a few things I’ve learned:
Get a Website (Keep Reading!)
Generally, there are two types of freelancers; those who go from contract to contract, and those who have a business servicing to private clients.
Decide what you mean when you say that you are a freelancer. In the former, a website or is just a place holder. In the latter, it is a business building tool to attract more clients.
I am a copywriter who has private clients. Therefore, my website is designed to:
- Act as a portfolio
- Bring in organic website traffic
- Showcase what I can do for clients