UK Copywriters of all levels required!

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Experience Level: Entry
Num. of words: 300
Topic: Range of topic areas
Tone: Other
Outline & Structure: Hi,

I am looking for copywriters for many projects we have on at the moment within our agency.

Payment varies but current project budget is £12 per 300 words.

Strictly UK writers only. All levels welcome. Must be open to writing about mixed topics.

Please message me with your interest / availability and I'll be in touch.

Thank you!
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  • Jonathan S.

    Hi Katie,

    I only just stumbled across this job today... are you still taking on writers?

    J Sweet

  • Francis E.

    Can you specify what title/subject matter you would require a sample piece on Katie??

  • Dawood Z.

    Hi Katie,
    Are you open for any proposals from asian countries like Pakistan?

  • Kev W.

    Are you open to proposals from native British English speakers currently living in France?

    Katie M.03 Nov 2016

    Absolutely :-)

  • Francis E.

    Availability changes from week to week for most freelancers Katie. It's easier to ask people to submit for blocks of work rather than provide you with workings/re-workings for (net of PPH fees) £9.60ph on a zero hours contract, which is in effect what you are asking for here..

    Katie M.03 Nov 2016

    Hi, this is just 1 x test piece for £12. Should the writing style be correct and what we are looking for, we will work on a block basis as per projects come up and a payment amount for the specific project will be agreed up-front. Hope this helps.

    Francis E.03 Nov 2016

    If it is or isn't one piece of writing for £12 Katie, which is how you now seem to be defining current requirements, perhaps you could state that in your brief.

    I doubt it anyone is placing reliance on your further working requirements given your own reticence thus to contractually agree to any further requirements