I didn’t get into copywriting the same way as most freelancers.
I started as an in-house copywriter. Then, after developing my skills and making connections, I left and began my own freelance business.
And that experience made it easy to find clients.
But because of my path, I don’t know what it’s like to be a pure freelancer and grind my way up the client ladder on sites like Fiverr or Upwork.
I got to skip that part.
… Which means I’m not super qualified to give prospecting tips to freelancers who’re using those platforms.
However, Jim Hamilton — who’s one of my top students — has the experience I lack.
He discovered how to use those job site to land projects from clients that pay top dollar for copywriters (including royalties that’ve earned him over $1,000 for a single email).
And now he earns a handsome stream of monthly income from writing emails for several lists.
Jim has mastered an area of freelance copywriting that I never will.
So I invited him onto my Copy Dojo tomorrow to explain exactly how he was able to find clients that paid him $50 per email when he had no experience.
Plus, he even agreed to share his specific Upwork proposal template so all the members can know what to say to prospective clients.
So if you’d like to watch our interview…
Make sure you attend Copy Dojo LIVE tomorrow at 4pm EST (and if you haven’t joined yet, then sign up for Copywriter Conditioning and get your 1st month of the Dojo for free):
Your pen pal,