This is how you can find great copywriting jobs on LinkedIn. Set the alarm notification system ON for all copywriting jobs listed on LinkedIn. Apply to the most challenging listings and try to get as many interviews as possible. Risk to fail. Try again and keep trying till you find the perfect job for you.

Maybe, you don’t want to be hired at the moment, but job listings can give you a great sense of what is really in demand. See what kind of skillsets they need, which topics they want to cover. Get yourself into their shoes and start publishing engaging content about their specific topics.

For example, in April 2020, we noticed a high demand for Ecommerce Copywriters. We published new content around all hot questions regarding E-commerce. In 50 days, 10 big clients landed our SEO Copywriting Agency in Greece. They wanted services for:

  • Website copywriting
  • Products descriptions
  • Blog content
  • SEO optimization
  • Social media microcopy
  • Email copywriting
  • Branding strategy
  • SEO strategy

They still trust us for all the new sections they create. Also, they have brought us more new clients that follow their steps. In other words, we didn’t chase them, we only waved our flag and attracted their attention. Pay attention to the market’s needs and create useful content that actually answers to specific needs. Get rid of the old-fashioned “Buyer Persona model” and concentrate on the pain points.

One golden copywriting tip

Each person is a unique Buyer Persona, but specific needs are solid as rocks. Hear the needs. Be the person/source who heals the thirst for specific requests.

Every time you publish new content replying to these specific needs you gradually raise your value. This will help you establish a solid reputation as the best go-to source for certain market requests. When companies and individuals find the solution they need in your published work then more clients will start landing on your doorstep.

Actually, nothing can buy or replace the power of great reputation that comes from word of mouth. Soon even your competitors will trust your content as the best evaluation metric. That’s really huge!

Copywriting Jobs for Beginners

If you are a freelance copywriter and you are just starting your copywriting portfolio then create a personal blog on WordPress and publish your content. After your first 10 – 20 pieces get out there and introduce yourself on Social Media and try the waters in job listings.

At the same time, apply for any interesting copywriting jobs on these platforms:

  1. All Freelance Writing
  2. AngelList
  3. Behance
  4. Blogging Pro
  6. Cloud Peeps
  7. Craigslist
  8. Dice
  9. FlexJobs
  10. Freelance Writing
  11. Freelance Writing Gigs
  12. GlassDoor
  13. Journalism Jobs
  15. Media Bistro
  16. ProBlogger
  19. Solid Gigs
  20. We Work Remotely
  21. Virtual Vacations
  22. ZipRecruiter

Spend at least one hour every day, searching for new copywriting jobs. Make a daily schedule and set a plan. Your main goal is to produce great content every single day. That means that at least 2 or 3 hours of your day will be dedicated to content creation. You may book some new entry copywriting jobs from your friends. Have you asked them if they need a copywriter for their website or their social media?

Make room in your weekly schedule for educational reading and activities. This line of business needs endless studying. Keep a list of trendy hot topics and create content for possible searches that will occur along the way.

Copywriting is one part of a major sector in Marketing. Try to learn as many parts of this sector as possible. Dive into the deep waters of Digital Marketing, SEO, Technology, Design, and Branding. Visit this article and discover How to Find Great Copywriting Jobs that can actually help you establish a solid copywriting career.

How to Find Copywriting Jobs on LinkedIn - Areti Vassou IDEADECO SEO Copywriting Agency Greece

3 Comments on “How to Find Copywriting Jobs on LinkedIn

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    • Thank you! I see that you have many useful tips in your articles. Great blog, fellow copywriter! What is your specialty?

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