This is the (real) life of a copywriter

How do you find your first client without experience? What is my best advice for getting ahead in sales ? How much tax do I have to pay? How do you go from copywriter to coach? MYSTERY GUEST QUESTION. All of that… These are the questions I was asked a few days ago. guess what ?

I decided to connect my camera…

To sit on my couch…

Then answer everything – no wildcards or filters.

In this video, I chose 15 questions that I found interesting that will teach you to learn more about business, selling, and my personal life as a copywriter.

How did you find your first real client to write ad copy?

And what am I going to do again today?

What are the biggest obstacles to overcome?

Will I marry and have children?

We will answer everything and take our time.

The first question comes to us from Perric: “As a freelance copywriter, is it wise to get involved in the e-commerce industry?”

The short answer is yes, and the slightly longer answer is that as long as you can bring something to your customer, and you know that you can increase their sales and that they understand that, that they understand the power of copywriting and that you understand the power of hiring you, you can actually target entrepreneurs and then the guys in e-commerce.

Guillaume’s second question: “If you had to teach copywriting with just one tip, what would it be?” »

For me, the most important thing to do as a copywriter is simply to understand your expectations. If I were you, to get ahead in copywriting, the thing I would have done directly is to understand my market as well as possible.

You have to fully understand their problems, their desires, what they are really going through, and what they want to achieve. You really need to plunge into the market. This is how you will not only devise the best solutions that will help them best but also earn you more money.

And if you are a freelance copywriter, you immerse yourself in your customer market, and you will be successful.

Next question from Fred: “Despite all these travels, and the possibility of working everywhere, are you still thinking about owning a home? Do you still value being at home with your neighborhood and friends around you? Or for you, your best bet is to be able To travel everywhere without ties? It interests me because even if I like financial freedom, geographical freedom does not interest me much. I like my surroundings.”

It’s true that when you travel a lot, when you have the opportunity to do an activity like what I can do (copywriter, coach…), and you don’t have geographic ties, it can be hard to have a home. By moving, by owning new things, we can perhaps question a lot of things, and ultimately ask ourselves where we really come from.

Personally, this is not the question I ask myself…

Find out more in this video, where you will learn about the real life of the copywriter, his way of thinking, writing, his ups and downs…

It is made for you if you have always been wondering about this profession, Or even if you are vaguely interested and want to know more about me.

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