I think that if you ever plan on opening your own agency in the future, then working as an agency copywriter for a while would be a very good experience.  I’ve personally never had a job before, which is great….but when it comes to selling to very large corporations, it’s taken me longer to figure out the process since I was never exposed to that environment.
Create a portfolio of work to share with potential clients or bosses. While degrees and recommendations are super helpful, your portfolio is the best example of your talents as a copywriter. To put a portfolio together, gather as many examples of your copywriting as possible. Pick out your best pieces, and these will be the ones you’ll show to possible clients or during job interviews to showcase your skills.[12]
Professional content writers create written content for a living. A professional writer should be competent and skillful, and they should be engaged in writing as their main paid occupation.[1] As a content writer, you may write content on a variety of topics for a variety of organizations, from popular websites to scientific and technical print documents or manuals. The benefits of being a professional content writer includes being paid for an activity you enjoy (writing), and as you become more established, the ability to work remotely or from a home office.
So if you wanna become an Agency Copywriter, I would suggest you learn the basics of direct-response marketing to learn about sales, but then ALSO make yourself familiar with social media marketing and how it will look in the future.  Read studies about how Twitter is used in advertising, or how Pintrest is used in advertising, or how Instagram is used in advertising, or how Facebook is used in advertising.
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