Articles by Jen Adams
Is Writing a Good Job?
January 22, 2021 (05:42:05 am)
Four myths may be keeping you from pursing a writing career, but they may not be true. Learn more about the realities of the writing opportunity so you can pursue the writer’s life today.
Guarantee Your Writing Success… By Improving Who You Sit Next to While Writing?!
November 17, 2020 (05:23:01 am)
To level up, you need to work the Law of Averages… to spend more time in a “yay” writing neighborhood. Here’s how to make that happen and improve your odds of success…
Why 2021 Will ROCK for Writers
December 01, 2020 (05:09:34 am)
A surprising number of businesses opened this year, and they need help marketing… meaning, there’s plenty of writing work to be done. To prep for this opportunity, here are three things to do now.
4 Small Business "Savers" Writers Can Offer Prospective Clients
July 07, 2020 (06:08:15 am)
Small businesses took a major hit from COVID-19. They know they need marketing as they reopen — but where to start? Here are 4 projects writers can offer to help them.
How Being a Copywriter Lets You Build a Life You Love
March 22, 2019 (06:48:46 am)
Do you want to be a copywriter but not sure how to start? In celebration of 10 years of freelancing, Jen Adams shares how she got started from zero.
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2020 Holiday Gift Guide for Writers
December 01, 2020 (05:42:49 am)
In the spirit of the season of making our days merrier, we pulled together the best-loved things that get us by in this newfound work-from-home life. Here are favorites from industry experts and AWAI’s team to help you gift a little something for the writer in your life, even if that writer is you.
PWA Announces 5 Winners Of Fall 2020 3-Sentence Cash Writing Challenge
October 16, 2020 (03:02:34 pm)
Five writers from around the world will each receive $100 as winners of PWA's 3-Sentence Cash Writing Challenge. Roberta Anderson, Cynthia Besse, Celia Conrad, Ginika Ifeabunike, and Olivia Pipis each used this challenge to test out a new strategy for creating fresh personal bios. The strategy - designed to reduce the stress and anxiety of self-marketing - provided a framework to quickly redesign your "bio blurb" for a new audience when approaching clients, publishing articles, or updating your website.