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Who's your ideal copywriting client?

Copywriting is such a large world, and it attracts all sorts of clients! Take this fun and easy quiz to find out which clients are the right fit for you!

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    What do you love to write about?
    • A.
      I love creating editorials of fine writing, like blog posts with evolved storytelling arcs.
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client needs… Content! )
    • B.
      I live to help people find products and services that help make their lives easier. I can really help coach a person into making the right decision by giving them the information they need.
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… SaaS!)
    • C.
      Man, I just love product knowledge. Sharing the pros and cons of products and helping people make investment decisions is my jam!
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… E-commerce!)
    • D.
      I love to build anticipation for something big! And I love to create well-deserved hype!
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… Launching!)
  • 2.
    It’s time to leave a Google Review for your favorite product. What do you write?
    • A.
      I list all the specs and how they benefit me, then compare it with other products like it and why I made the decision I did to invest in my choice.
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… E-commerce!)
    • B.
      A long but entertaining story about how I knew I needed it and how much my life has improved since I decided to click “Buy Now.”
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client needs… Content! )
    • C.
      Let’s be honest, it was probably a subscription service or app, so I’ll list it’s benefits and how well it’s improved my life.
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… SaaS!)
    • D.
      I’d most likely tell you how great it is, then encourage you to sign up for the waitlist, because it’s relaunching again in a few weeks, so get on it while you still can!
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… Launching!)
  • 3.
    Which sales movie best tells your own approach to sales writing?
    • A.
      Joy. A mother of two tackles product design, narrow-minded executives and various members of her dysfunctional family for the success of her invention. Her story is what makes her success so relatable.
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client needs… Content! )
    • B.
      Tommy Boy. This movie hilariously defines the birth of a successful salesman as Farley is tasked with generating new business and learns that sales is really about listening to a customer’s needs rather than relying on fancy jingles and handshakes.
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… SaaS!)
    • C.
      The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard. With the dealership near bankruptcy they decide to bring in legendary car salesman Don Ready, who rides into town with his hardball selling techniques as he attempts to save the business over the 4th July weekend.
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… E-commerce!)
    • D.
      Jerry Maguire. While facing the struggles of creating his new agency, something most new business owners can relate to on some level, he learns about himself, discovers the importance of loyalty and ultimately comes to value the people in his life much more. His story ends up inspiring others to work with him.
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… Launching!)
  • 4.
    How do you currently find new copywriting clients?
    • A.
      I post on on Fiverr, Upwork, and other job finding apps.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      I ask happy clients to refer their friends.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      I actively cold-pitch people that I want to work with.
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      I’m overloaded with clients, but they aren’t all the kind that I love to work with.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 5.
    If your copywriting style had a slogan, what would it be?
    • A.
      “We are go for launch in 3...2...1…”
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… Launching!)
    • B.
      “Purchase Now!”
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… E-commerce!)
    • C.
      “Gather round while I tell you a tale of mystery, enchantment, and a little bit about my brand.”
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client needs… Content! )
    • D.
      “There’s an app for that. Learn more…”
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… SaaS!)
  • 6.
    How do you want your readers to feel?
    • A.
      Excited to use your new app
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… SaaS!)
    • B.
       All systems go for Launch!
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… Launching!)
    • C.
      Inspired to buy
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… E-commerce!)
    • D.
      Engaged and Entertained
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client needs… Content! )
  • 7.
    How long have you been copywriting?
    • A.
      I just started and there’s so much to learn!
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      I’ve been doing it for a couple years now but I haven’t found my niche yet.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      I’m not even sure I fully understand what copywriting even is.
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      I’ve taken a bunch of courses and have been freelancing for a few months.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 8.
    Which quote about copywriting resonates with you?
    • A.
      "You must make the product interesting, not just make the ad different. And that’s what too many of the copywriters in the U.S. today don’t yet understand." – Rosser Reeves
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… E-commerce!)
    • B.
      "A copywriter should have an understanding of people, an insight into them, a sympathy toward them." – George Gribbin
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… SaaS!)
    • C.
      "Believe me; nothing works as well on the web as deadlines." – Clayton Makepeace
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… Launching!)
    • D.
      "Nobody reads ads. People read what interests them. Sometimes it's an ad." – Howard Gossag
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client needs… Content! )
  • 9.
    If you were a product, what would you be?
    • A.
      I’d be a plethora of options to choose from, let me help you pick the right one for you!
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… E-commerce!)
    • B.
      I don't know, but I’d definitely be launching soon!
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… Launching!)
    • C.
      We’re not here to talk about my products. Let me tell you a story about how our company came to be...
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client needs… Content! )
    • D.
      An app or program that helps make other’s lives easier.
      (Correlates to: Your ideal copywriting client is… SaaS!)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    Your ideal copywriting client is… SaaS!
    When it comes to helping your ideal client convert like crazy, you’re ready to give it all you’ve got to help them sell their Software As A Service!It’s great when a company has a fantastic online shop that does everything from sell your product, to taking money, and handling the client intake forms.But that means absolutely nothing if they don’t have the proper copy informing their clients of how great their SaaS is!Most online shops and apps are set up to optimize the experience for their clients, but until you tell them about it, you’re just another shop vying for their attention, or an app hoping to be downloaded from the app store.What every SaaS needs is an excellent copywriter like you to translate their service features into real-world benefits and actionable strategies.Because even the best app out there needs good PR to sell it.Here are a few things to keep in mind when writing for SaaS:1. Benefits not FeaturesWhen writing about a product or service, it can be super tempting to geek out on the practical details.But your customers are more interested in how you can help them than they are in the specs behind what you offer.So be sure to appeal to their needs, and don’t be afraid to use emotion to help them imagine how much better their life will be once they buy your product, enroll in your course, or invest in your service.2. Back It UpPeople invest in what they see as maximum gain.So give them some of the deets on how great you are. Humblebrag, or even outright brag, and use numbers and research to back it up!Social proof from personal testimonials, statistics, and anything with a % will add credibility to your offer and set you up as an authority.3. Lights, Camera….ACTION!Give your prospect every opportunity to take action by inviting them to register for free, purchase now, or read more.Any time you can encourage someone to click their way to the next step of their consumer journey is an opportunity you can’t miss.Tip* Keep these Calls to Action (CTAs) as elegantly simple as you can."Copy is a direct conversation with the consumer."– Shirley PolykoffCold-Pitch With ConfidenceOften rejected as a ‘too salesy’ means to drum up new business, cold-pitching is the age-old strategy of approaching the clients that you want to work with, to let them know that you’re really the writer they want to work with!So ditch the mindset that it’s pushy, or annoying, and instead embrace the idea that you’re helping companies succeed by providing them with the right writer for their launch, sales page, blog post, or ecommerce site.Heat Up Your Cold-Pitch StrategySTEP 1: Create an ideal company or client profile.Just as you’d create an ideal client avatar for your own clients, create a company profile to build guidelines around the type of client you really want to work with.For example, if you’re a great launch strategist, you’d want a client with great social media presence, a decent ad spend budget, and a strong product or service that they’re trying to sell.If you’re a content writer, someone with an established audience and readership would work best.You can make your desired company profile as detailed or as broad as you like.Download our Ideal Client Suitability Checklist for some ideas on what you should be looking for in your prospects.STEP 2: Make a listNow that you know what kind of company you want to work with, it’s time to make like Santa and get to listing.Check business directories to narrow in on your niche and find the companies that are big enough to need a freelance copywriter, and are prime for your offer.Add the companies to a google drive folder to keep it neat and organized.Click here to access our neat and tidy Cold Pitch Spreadsheet to keep your pitches organized and cohesive.STEP 3: Pitch like it’s Yankee StadiumBut don’t get too specific and try to sell them on you right away.This is a quick way to get yourself on the company's radar, tell them what you can offer them, and invite them to respond about possibly working with you in the future.If you’re cold-pitching several companies a day, it’s fine to be specific about large details like company name and genre – but if there’s a company you really want to work with, put in the extra time to research their business and offer three post points you can work on with them.The extra attention to detail might be enough to snare their curiosity, and get you on their own shortlist of people they want to work with.Download our foolproof Cold-Pitch Script here and get started with some virtual door knocking.Pitch Perfect!Hey there, wordsmith! I'm Joe Goran, copywriter, conversion coach, and cold-pitch specialist, owner of Copy Corp, a team of world class copywriters and all around word geeks.Most of us started out as freelance copywriters and understand that the struggle to find quality clients to work with is real. That’s why we decided to work together to create an agency to help bridge the gap between talented writers and the companies who need them.It’s time for you to zone in on your niche so you can target the companies and clients that will work best with you.Check out our Cold Pitch Guide in “Copywriter Times” and tune into our guest spot on “Coach That Conversion” podcast.Pitch Like a Pro!Check out these helpful resources for copywriting excellence and inspiration!1. Follow us on Instagram. From helpful tips and mindset hacks, to process reels and Q&A Lives, @CopyCorp has everything you need to stay up to date on the latest copy innovations. 2. Listen to my Podcast interview on “Coach that Conversion.” I share my passion for everything copywriting, including my own rags to riches, freelance to CEO story.3. Want guidance on how to pitch successfully without falling into cringey salesy territory? Book a consultation with me. We’ll not only assess your copywriting style and suitability, we’ll also zero in on your ideal prospects and create a strategy to make them your clients.Find The Right WordsNow that you've got some insight into how to pitch your ideal prospects, check your inbox for your quiz results. You'll also get my free Cold-Pitch Guide.Over the next week, I'll share with you more copywriting tips and tell you more about how to create a Dream Team Client Roster."Decide the effect you want to produce in your reader." — Robert Collier
  • 2.
    Your ideal copywriting client is… Launching!
    Creating a launch isn’t for the faint of heart! From Facebook ads that lead ideal clients to opt-in, to landing pages that tantalize email addresses into your email marketing service, finding the right copywriter is a crucial part of any online business provider. And you’re so here for it!You’re ready to help your ideal client nurture their prospects through enticing email sequences, hook them with a webinar pitch that has them registering in droves, and get them to show up for every workshop – all with your keen conversion copywriting and on-point voice branding guide.You understand what it takes to successfully launch a program, website, or course, and you want nothing more than to show others the way!And with the empathetic marketing strategies you’ve learned to take ideal prospects on a journey of conversion, you’ll have your own ideal clients flocking to you the next time you call for some action, if you know what I mean. #CTAhumorBut creating a great launch strategy isn’t a one person job.When looking for your ideal clients for a launch, you want to make sure their business, and the client themselves, are ready with the content you need to make your launch strategies work for you, not against you.Here are the things your ideal client needs to have ready so you can hit ‘all systems go’ on your launch sequence.1. A lead generating training or free event.The purpose of this is to bring them into your community so you can build know, like, and trust… and get their email address. ;) Quizzes make great lead generating click-bait, didn’t ya know?2. A strong social media presence.The best copywriting comes from the best source content, and a company that already has a strong social media presence will be able to perfectly funnel ideal prospects right towards your beautifully written, high-converting sales pages.3. The right investmentality. That’s right, investment mentality. Your ideal client understands that a successful launch requires a time, money, and effort investment. So they’re ready with an ad spend budget, some late night hours, and the willingness to roll up their sleeves and show up on socials when launch day is coming."Copy is a direct conversation with the consumer." – Shirley PolykoffCold-Pitch With ConfidenceOften rejected as a ‘too salesy’ means to drum up new business, cold-pitching is the age-old strategy of approaching the clients that you want to work with, to let them know that you’re really the writer they want to work with!So ditch the mindset that it’s pushy, or annoying, and instead embrace the idea that you’re helping companies succeed by providing them with the right writer for their launch, sales page, blog post, or ecommerce site.Heat Up Your Cold-Pitch StrategySTEP 1: Create an ideal company or client profile.Just as you’d create an ideal client avatar for your own clients, create a company profile to build guidelines around the type of client you really want to work with.For example, if you’re a great launch strategist, you’d want a client with great social media presence, a decent ad spend budget, and a strong product or service that they’re trying to sell.If you’re a content writer, someone with an established audience and readership would work best.You can make your desired company profile as detailed or as broad as you like.Download our Ideal Client Suitability Checklist for some ideas on what you should be looking for in your prospects.STEP 2: Make a listNow that you know what kind of company you want to work with, it’s time to make like Santa and get to listing.Check business directories to narrow in on your niche and find the companies that are big enough to need a freelance copywriter, and are prime for your offer.Add the companies to a google drive folder to keep it neat and organized.Click here to access our neat and tidy Cold Pitch Spreadsheet to keep your pitches organized and cohesive.STEP 3: Pitch like it’s Yankee StadiumBut don’t get too specific and try to sell them on you right away.This is a quick way to get yourself on the company's radar, tell them what you can offer them, and invite them to respond about possibly working with you in the future.If you’re cold-pitching several companies a day, it’s fine to be specific about large details like company name and genre – but if there’s a company you really want to work with, put in the extra time to research their business and offer three post points you can work on with them.The extra attention to detail might be enough to snare their curiosity, and get you on their own shortlist of people they want to work with.Download our foolproof Cold-Pitch Script here and get started with some virtual door knocking.Pitch Perfect!Hey there, wordsmith! I'm Joe Goran, copywriter, conversion coach, and cold-pitch specialist, owner of Copy Corp, a team of world class copywriters and all around word geeks.Most of us started out as freelance copywriters and understand that the struggle to find quality clients to work with is real. That’s why we decided to work together to create an agency to help bridge the gap between talented writers and the companies who need them.It’s time for you to zone in on your niche so you can target the companies and clients that will work best with you.Check out our Cold Pitch Guide in “Copywriter Times” and tune into our guest spot on “Coach That Conversion” podcast.Pitch Like a Pro!Check out these helpful resources for copywriting excellence and inspiration!1. Follow us on Instagram. From helpful tips and mindset hacks, to process reels and Q&A Lives, @CopyCorp has everything you need to stay up to date on the latest copy innovations. 2. Listen to my Podcast interview on “Coach that Conversion.” I share my passion for everything copywriting, including my own rags to riches, freelance to CEO story.3. Want guidance on how to pitch successfully without falling into cringey salesy territory? Book a consultation with me. We’ll not only assess your copywriting style and suitability, we’ll also zero in on your ideal prospects and create a strategy to make them your clients.Find The Right WordsNow that you've got some insight into how to pitch your ideal prospects, check your inbox for your quiz results. You'll also get my free Cold-Pitch Guide.Over the next week, I'll share with you more copywriting tips and tell you more about how to create a Dream Team Client Roster."Decide the effect you want to produce in your reader." — Robert Collier
  • 3.
    Your ideal copywriting client is… E-commerce!
    Headlines, category pages, product descriptions, promo offers, landing pages – you’re all over it! You love to create action from your words and watching your conversion results soar is like music to your ears.You know what it takes to clearly explain the benefits of products while also helping your clients’ online store rank better on search engines.You’re a strong communicator, are persuasive with words, promote the voice of your brand, and understand the psychology of what makes a customer purchase.But there are a few key things to keep in mind as you coach the conversion from prospect to customer:1. Keep It SimpleSadly, the average consumer has the attention span of a kindergartener after an animal cracker binge. So it’s important to keep it brief, and write at a middle school level.Don’t overload your copy with flowery language and redundant paragraph padding. Use bullets to list features and keep your customers easily scrolling along the page, instead of bogging them down with giant paragraphs of specs.2. Keep it Light!Research has shown that people respond more to feelings of joy and anticipation than they do to fear and negativity. Seems fairly straightforward, but it can go against the Problem-Agitation-Solution marketing angle that so many copywriters adopt.So instead of bogging them down with how much they’re suffering without your product, highlight all the ways their life will improve once they hit ‘Buy Now!”3. Keep it Coming!Always be calling for action! Add buttons and links encouraging people to register, learn more, or purchase now!And action doesn’t have to apply only to your clickable buttons. Add action words to your sales copy to invite your prospects to be part of the action - like “Be the change you want to see.”"The consumer isn't a moron; she is your wife. You insult her intelligence if you assume that a mere slogan and a few vapid adjectives will persuade her to buy anything." – David OgilvyCold-Pitch With ConfidenceOften rejected as a ‘too salesy’ means to drum up new business, cold-pitching is the age-old strategy of approaching the clients that you want to work with, to let them know that you’re really the writer they want to work with!So ditch the mindset that it’s pushy, or annoying, and instead embrace the idea that you’re helping companies succeed by providing them with the right writer for their launch, sales page, blog post, or ecommerce site.Heat Up Your Cold-Pitch StrategySTEP 1: Create an ideal company or client profile.Just as you’d create an ideal client avatar for your own clients, create a company profile to build guidelines around the type of client you really want to work with.For example, if you’re a great launch strategist, you’d want a client with great social media presence, a decent ad spend budget, and a strong product or service that they’re trying to sell.If you’re a content writer, someone with an established audience and readership would work best.You can make your desired company profile as detailed or as broad as you like.Download our Ideal Client Suitability Checklist for some ideas on what you should be looking for in your prospects.STEP 2: Make a listNow that you know what kind of company you want to work with, it’s time to make like Santa and get to listing.Check business directories to narrow in on your niche and find the companies that are big enough to need a freelance copywriter, and are prime for your offer.Add the companies to a google drive folder to keep it neat and organized.Click here to access our neat and tidy Cold Pitch Spreadsheet to keep your pitches organized and cohesive.STEP 3: Pitch like it’s Yankee StadiumBut don’t get too specific and try to sell them on you right away.This is a quick way to get yourself on the company's radar, tell them what you can offer them, and invite them to respond about possibly working with you in the future.If you’re cold-pitching several companies a day, it’s fine to be specific about large details like company name and genre – but if there’s a company you really want to work with, put in the extra time to research their business and offer three post points you can work on with them.The extra attention to detail might be enough to snare their curiosity, and get you on their own shortlist of people they want to work with.Download our foolproof Cold-Pitch Script here and get started with some virtual door knocking.Pitch Perfect!Hey there, wordsmith! I'm Joe Goran, copywriter, conversion coach, and cold-pitch specialist, owner of Copy Corp, a team of world class copywriters and all around word geeks.Most of us started out as freelance copywriters and understand that the struggle to find quality clients to work with is real. That’s why we decided to work together to create an agency to help bridge the gap between talented writers and the companies who need them.It’s time for you to zone in on your niche so you can target the companies and clients that will work best with you.Check out our Cold Pitch Guide in “Copywriter Times” and tune into our guest spot on “Coach That Conversion” podcast.Pitch Like a Pro!Check out these helpful resources for copywriting excellence and inspiration!1. Follow us on Instagram. From helpful tips and mindset hacks, to process reels and Q&A Lives, @CopyCorp has everything you need to stay up to date on the latest copy innovations. 2. Listen to my Podcast interview on “Coach that Conversion.” I share my passion for everything copywriting, including my own rags to riches, freelance to CEO story.3. Want guidance on how to pitch successfully without falling into cringey salesy territory? Book a consultation with me. We’ll not only assess your copywriting style and suitability, we’ll also zero in on your ideal prospects and create a strategy to make them your clients.Find The Right WordsNow that you've got some insight into how to pitch your ideal prospects, check your inbox for your quiz results. You'll also get my free Cold-Pitch Guide.Over the next week, I'll share with you more copywriting tips and tell you more about how to create a Dream Team Client Roster."Decide the effect you want to produce in your reader." — Robert Collier
  • 4.
    Your ideal copywriting client needs… Content! 
    Content writing is the art of creating content in order to inform, educate or entertain – or all three! For brands, content writing aligns with strategic business and marketing goals to attract audiences and potential customers.Content writing includes blog posts, social media posts, emails, white papers, e-books, and other savvy materials that educate, entertain, and inform your audience about a given topic.Unlike conversion copywriting, content writing is focused on creating productive engagement with your audience so—over time—they’ll come to trust your brand and be interested in your product or service.The power of this type of prose is that it has the power to eventually turn leads into prospects, prospects into customers, and customers into repeat buyers.But there’s a formula to content writing that needs to be adhered to:1. Give it PurposeYou can’t just sit down and write 300 words and expect them to hold the interest of your audience.So pick a clear purpose of your piece, whether it be telling a story or anecdote, sharing insights, or even discussing a philosophy, and then craft your piece around that purpose.2. Represent the Brand’s Voice.When writing on behalf of others, it’s important to learn their voice and write in a way that best represents the brand of your client.So while your own style might be witty, dry, and a tiny bit sarcastic, the voice that your client is trying to convey could be a bit more footloose and fancy free.So tame your impulse towards pithy quips and learn to wax enthusiastic when the situation calls for it.You’re trying to help your client build Know, Like, and Trust for their brand, so only add your own flare if it makes the piece work as a whole and doesn’t clash with the original message.3. Make it a Darned Good ReadHolding onto a prospect's attention is key in the writing world, and never is that more true than with content writing.People have come to you for entertainment, information, and education – so make sure you give it to them in a fun, engaging, and enlightening manner!The best content writers are so stealth at storytelling that they can write dozens of posts for your client’s blog without even mentioning their brand – and still manage to attract and convert prospects.Additionally, content writing has the chops to position your client’s brand as an authority on a topic and grant your company credibility as the foremost leader on a subject."Make it simple. Make it memorable. Make it inviting to look at. Make it fun to read." – Leo BurnettCold-Pitch With ConfidenceOften rejected as a ‘too salesy’ means to drum up new business, cold-pitching is the age-old strategy of approaching the clients that you want to work with, to let them know that you’re really the writer they want to work with!So ditch the mindset that it’s pushy, or annoying, and instead embrace the idea that you’re helping companies succeed by providing them with the right writer for their launch, sales page, blog post, or ecommerce site.Heat Up Your Cold-Pitch StrategySTEP 1: Create an ideal company or client profile.Just as you’d create an ideal client avatar for your own clients, create a company profile to build guidelines around the type of client you really want to work with.For example, if you’re a great launch strategist, you’d want a client with great social media presence, a decent ad spend budget, and a strong product or service that they’re trying to sell.If you’re a content writer, someone with an established audience and readership would work best.You can make your desired company profile as detailed or as broad as you like.Download our Ideal Client Suitability Checklist for some ideas on what you should be looking for in your prospects.STEP 2: Make a listNow that you know what kind of company you want to work with, it’s time to make like Santa and get to listing.Check business directories to narrow in on your niche and find the companies that are big enough to need a freelance copywriter, and are prime for your offer.Add the companies to a google drive folder to keep it neat and organized.Click here to access our neat and tidy Cold Pitch Spreadsheet to keep your pitches organized and cohesive.STEP 3: Pitch like it’s Yankee StadiumBut don’t get too specific and try to sell them on you right away.This is a quick way to get yourself on the company's radar, tell them what you can offer them, and invite them to respond about possibly working with you in the future.If you’re cold-pitching several companies a day, it’s fine to be specific about large details like company name and genre – but if there’s a company you really want to work with, put in the extra time to research their business and offer three post points you can work on with them.The extra attention to detail might be enough to snare their curiosity, and get you on their own shortlist of people they want to work with.Download our foolproof Cold-Pitch Script here and get started with some virtual door knocking.Pitch Perfect!Hey there, wordsmith! I'm Joe Goran, copywriter, conversion coach, and cold-pitch specialist, owner of Copy Corp, a team of world class copywriters and all around word geeks.Most of us started out as freelance copywriters and understand that the struggle to find quality clients to work with is real. That’s why we decided to work together to create an agency to help bridge the gap between talented writers and the companies who need them.It’s time for you to zone in on your niche so you can target the companies and clients that will work best with you.Check out our Cold Pitch Guide in “Copywriter Times” and tune into our guest spot on “Coach That Conversion” podcast.Pitch Like a Pro!Check out these helpful resources for copywriting excellence and inspiration!1. Follow us on Instagram. From helpful tips and mindset hacks, to process reels and Q&A Lives, @CopyCorp has everything you need to stay up to date on the latest copy innovations. 2. Listen to my Podcast interview on “Coach that Conversion.” I share my passion for everything copywriting, including my own rags to riches, freelance to CEO story.3. Want guidance on how to pitch successfully without falling into cringey salesy territory? Book a consultation with me. We’ll not only assess your copywriting style and suitability, we’ll also zero in on your ideal prospects and create a strategy to make them your clients.Find The Right WordsNow that you've got some insight into how to pitch your ideal prospects, check your inbox for your quiz results. You'll also get my free Cold-Pitch Guide.Over the next week, I'll share with you more copywriting tips and tell you more about how to create a Dream Team Client Roster."Decide the effect you want to produce in your reader." — Robert Collier