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#21 - People who stay at home and don't have an occupation should be…  [+] (19 replies) 05/02/2014 on YEP -1
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#23 - doombunni (05/02/2014) [-]
eh I think it depends. If you're staying home to take care of a baby/toddler, then I understand. If you're staying home for the sake of staying home, you're a lazy ass.
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#27 - Icedangel (05/02/2014) [-]
I stay at home for the sake of staying at home.

Sept I run a dog watching business, too. So I'm being productive while I'm lazy.
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#30 - doombunni (05/02/2014) [-]
Working from home and just staying at home are two different things. I did copywriting from home for a while, but the lack of social interaction sucked
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#31 - Icedangel (05/02/2014) [-]
Copywriting? How'd you get into that?
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#32 - doombunni (05/02/2014) [-]
haha craigslist, though the company I was working for went under. Still, I have enough experience now to probably do some freelancing, but I'm trying to go for my MA instead.
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#35 - Icedangel (05/02/2014) [-]
Dammit. I'm autistic and moved to a new place (across the country, no less) and jobs around here are pretty shit. Working from home seems to be my only option, at least until my nerves settle down enough to take the beating that 'normal' jobs take.

Though I guess it's not bad, watching peoples dogs. They shit on my carpet a lot, though.
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#36 - doombunni (05/02/2014) [-]
copywriting is a pretty easy job to get, and is entry-level. just look around sites like indeed.com to find them. All it takes is a bit of instruction on SEO and you're golden. I used skype to keep in contact with work, pretty sure most others do that as well.
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#109 - thenightmarechild (05/02/2014) [-]
Can I ask you some questions about Copywriting?
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#119 - doombunni (05/02/2014) [-]
Fire away
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#122 - thenightmarechild (05/02/2014) [-]
Alright. Well, I'm trying to break into freelance writing. I don't have a degree, but I have written for a few things for Textbroker. I've been seeing alot of jobs listings for Copywriters and such, but I'm still a wee bit unsure as to what that is.

I guess I'm asking how i'd go about writing a copy page if asked. All the example i've seen just seem ordinary webpages. I get their purpose, to sell somethinng to a reader or to convince them to visit a webpage, but I feel like i'm missing something.
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#127 - doombunni (05/02/2014) [-]
Well, you're basically writing advertisements. Most of the time you receive the information the client would like to have on their site, and you make it sound pretty lol. Sometimes clients will give you exactly what you need, but other times they'll give you so little you have to exhaust your vocabulary just to make the minimum word requirement. The main challenges are coming up with words that have good SEO value, which means they get a lot of hits in search engines, being able to be very descriptive and detailed even though you have no idea what the product really is (I always had this problem with many business and insurance-oriented sites) and getting creative since you get about a million sites for landscaping, house cleaning, and remodeling businesses.

Everyone I worked for didn't have a degree, though they were in school. If you apply, definitely focus in your resume the writing that you've done. I focused on the fact that I studied history and had plenty of writing experience, and that's what seemed to impress them. This is definitely a great way to improve your writing skills,but it's also a good way to get your foot in the door of the marketing industry if your into that sort of thing. I was just doing it while I worked to get my masters, but everyone else was doing it to get marketing experience.

I found it a bit boring since I worked from home, but some of the sites you work on make up for it. I've gotten serious off the wall businesses, such as a site for an album by a woman who's from another dimension and got her song ideas from a space alligator. A friend of mine got one where they woman turned baby placenta into nutrition shakes.
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#128 - thenightmarechild (05/02/2014) [-]
Wow, those are some amazing jobs you've had. Thanks for the advice, but just one final question, Is there a way to use google to find what sites turned up for search-terms.
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#129 - doombunni (05/02/2014) [-]
We used adwords.google to find the best keywords with high SEO. Go to tools, then keyword planner to pull up the best tools. You want to look up the volume list of a word, or you can use the "search new keyword and ad group ideas" to find related words with SEO value.
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#130 - thenightmarechild (05/02/2014) [-]
Thank you SOOOOO much. I gonna start looking into this.
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#131 - doombunni (05/02/2014) [-]
no problem
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#38 - Icedangel (05/02/2014) [-]
I'll try it. It can't hurt.

These days getting a W-F-H job is ridiculous. 20 page resume, 6 drug tests, 100 years experience and a left kidney to get an interview or whatever the hell they offer.
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#39 - doombunni (05/02/2014) [-]
well shit, I just had to tell them I wrote well.
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#42 - Icedangel (05/02/2014) [-]
I wish it were still that easy. Who knows, I might get lucky.
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#43 - doombunni (05/02/2014) [-]
hey, there's nothing to lose in applying
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