“I was just on my way to work, and my boss was asking me if I’d like to sign on to a new job, which I thought was really interesting.
I didn’t think twice about it.”
—Jennifer Ruggiero, copywriter, copywriting consultant for clients like Uber and Airbnb (source) I’d heard about the copywriting gig and had already applied to a few companies that had offered them a few weeks earlier, but I wasn’t sure I wanted to take on a full-time job just yet.
It was a huge leap of faith for a lot of reasons.
I’d had a few previous creative writing jobs, so the idea of doing something that involved writing and editing was daunting.
Plus, my copywriting resume was pretty barebones.
I had a couple of examples on my resume, but nothing really stood out.
And when I started researching the process, I realized that I didn