Fiverrr copywriter Alexandra Jaffe posted on her blog, “The Copywriter,” a website she founded, to share her harrowing experience with copywriting and the job market.
“After a couple of months of working for me, I began to realize how much work I was actually doing.
I was so sad that I didn’t want to get a job,” she said.
“I’m an introvert and this has been my greatest challenge.
I’ve worked with clients that had the utmost amount of respect for me and for the business, but now I’m having to work against my best ability.”
Ms Jaffe was hired to copywrite the personal brand of actress and model Jada Pinkett Smith, but instead of a successful project, the work ended up being the subject of criticism.
Ms Jaffre said the work took her out of her comfort zone and left her feeling very alone and frustrated.
“If I can help people out in this way, that’s the best job for me,” she wrote.
Ms Smeed also posted a blog post detailing her experience, describing her experiences with a “dreadful” copywriting job.
“In addition to the pressure of having to write a product that people want, I had to write about my own experiences with anxiety, depression, anxiety disorders and eating disorders,” she explained.
“The pressure was really hard to deal with because you don’t want it to be ‘just me’.” The writer said she was often frustrated with clients’ inability to understand her and the importance of being herself.
“It’s not about how they think I should look, but how they should act,” Ms Smed wrote.
Ms Semed’s experience prompted the Fiverrs’ copywriter group to create an app called The Copywriter Bath to help them better understand the challenges of the copywriting industry. “
A lot of people don’t understand that a lot of the time, they don’t feel they have a choice.”
Ms Semed’s experience prompted the Fiverrs’ copywriter group to create an app called The Copywriter Bath to help them better understand the challenges of the copywriting industry.
Ms Daley also posted on Fiverre’s site to share a story about working with a copywriter who was “so sad” and “was so depressed.”
She said she wanted to help others who are struggling to balance their career and their personal life, but was struggling to find a copywriting role.
“This person was so unhappy, so depressed, and she wasn’t getting any help,” Ms Dali said.
Ms Veenberg said the job search was a relief.
“There’s so much to do.
I found a job, but I’m really bummed out about that,” she told the ABC.
“Sometimes it’s easier to just be a freelancer, because you get to have your work taken care of.”