Blog to support the book "Creatively Self-Employed: How Writers and Artists Deal with Career Ups and Downs" by Kristen Fischer

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

April 21st is National Creativity Day

Gail McMeekin, who was featured in CSE, is celebrating in her own creative way.

For the first 10 people who place an order of $50.00 or more for our books, CD's or tapes, we will send you under separate cover a complimentary copy of the wonderful SelfGrowth.com anthology 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life, complete with Gail's article on Creativity Catalysts and the wisdom of 100 other professionals including Brian Tracy, and Zig Zigler, at no charge. Products included in this offer are:

*The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women book
*The Power of Positive Choices book
*The Power of Positive Choices Package (book and tape)
*Boost Your Creativity, Productivity, and Profits in 21 Steps (e-book)
*Audio CD: The Goal Attainment Workshop
*Audio CD: Overcoming Creative Obstacles

Change your life for the better-- stop waiting and read the advice from the experts on how to create success in your life and prosper. This anthology is a treasure.

Please Note: This $50.00 offer does not apply to the purchase of Build Your Money Muscles, The Science of Getting Rich, or purchasing a copy of 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life.

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Anonymous Erin commented at 10:27 AM~  

Hi Kristen - Thank you for giving me an answer to my question on my blog about writing scales. If I am not overstepping any writer boundaries, can I pick your brain for a second?

1. How do you find work as a copywriter rather than an article writer?

2. How did you start doing this?

3. Do you have any suggestions on where I can find higher paying jobs or ebooks or whatever source you can recommend on how to go further in my career instead of just writing $5.00 aricles??

Thanks so much!

Blogger kristen commented at 11:09 AM~  

i think you need to understand copywriting before just applying to jobs. you have to build up experience. i had some business background and started with some low-paying work. my experience in news helped me as well.

i wouldn't just rely on job boards, i would approach companies you want to work for. read peter bowerman's books--they are very helpful. good luck.

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