When you picture a copywriter at work, what do you see in your mind? Perhaps you picture a person sitting at a desk hunched over a typewriter or keyboard tapping away as if their fingertips are playing a never-ending game of “Whack-A-Mole” with the keys. After an extensive period of nonstop tapping, he or she… Continue reading The Copywriter- A Story of Writing Magic
Are you thinking of becoming a writer, but you are worried you don’t have the necessary expertise? In my opinion, expertise in a particular field helps, but it doesn’t define you as a writer. More important than your expertise is your willingness to learn, work hard, follow instructions, and provide quality content. But I’m no… Continue reading The Iris Content Creators- Mihaela Olaru: Do I Have to Be a Subject Matter Expert to Create Your Content?
My foray into online copywriting started many years ago when I was still comfortably employed as an insurance analyst. I remember working on insurance calculations and loan applications by day and writing my thoughts and observations in my personal blog by night --- even when I was sure no one was reading. It was 2007… Continue reading My Content Story: Aimee Faunillan Abella- Wordsmithing and Coffee
Since school days I was the go-to person for written assignments. Unlike my classmates, I looked forward to dissertations. Putting together the right words and building a coherent narrative is an immensely satisfying exercise. My first attempts at writing included trying to pen a book where you are the hero, lengthy forum posts and fanfiction.… Continue reading My Content Story: Khalid Maghni-The Path of a Freelance Writer
I have been writing since I was 10 years old. It started with a few short poems which I submitted to our local children’s newspaper. When my first poem was published, I was ecstatic, and it was at that moment that I knew writing would always be a critical component of my life. From poems,… Continue reading My Content Story: Samna Ghani- Writing My Way Into Another Life
It was my freshman year at West Virginia Wesleyan College. “I don’t give A’s because I never see A work.” Those words from my college professor never left me. I was just 30 minutes from my tiny hometown, Elkins, West Virginia and was not the most studious kid in high school. I did just enough… Continue reading My Content Story: Bambi Frazier