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Freelance Copywriting “Dream Job” With Alternative-Health Giant

Mercola.com is the #1 most-visited health site on the Internet, and a results-driven direct-marketing company offering natural-health products and information. They’re looking for an experienced and talented direct-response copywriter to become a part of their creative team on an ongoing freelance basis.

You’ll write sales copy for all advertising including websites, emails, banners, PPC ads, newsletters, phone scripts, radio ads, TV ads, and long-form sales letters. You can work from anywhere. Ideally, you should have 2+ years experience writing direct-response pieces for the Internet in alternative health, but they will consider entry- and mid-level applicants. You’ll be at the top of their list if you have a firm grasp on the alternative-health industry and FDA writing guidelines.

If interested, send your resume with a cover letter detailing why you think you’re a good fit, along with three samples of your most compelling direct-response writing samples, preferably alternative-health copy, to Anthony Gill at tonyg@mercola.com, no later than 5/22/09. AWAI Members may apply directly at DirectResponseJobs.com.

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Published: May 14, 2009

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