Delray Beach, Florida (PRWEB) March 15, 2013
American Writers & Artists Inc. (AWAI), announced today the release of a special report on the wide variety of opportunities for writers who would like to earn good livings while working from home.
These copywriting careers allow freelancers to enjoy the benefits of working at home, including flexible schedules, no office politics, and the chance to take on high-paying projects only from clients they choose. Because freelancers are self-employed, working remotely for several different clients at a time, their ability to work from home will never be in question.
This issue was brought to the forefront due to the recent announcement of Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer that employees would no longer be allowed to work from him. Retailer Best Buy instituted a similar policy as well.
“American Writers & Artists Inc. has been on the forefront of work-at-home opportunities since our founding in 1997,” says AWAI Executive Director Katie Yeakle. “We've long recognized that working at home benefits both clients – who get happy and productive freelancers working on projects, as well as the writers – who enjoy working when and with whom they want.”
Copywriting is simply a type of writing used to promote and advertise products and services. Direct-response copwriting is used offline in sales letters, brochures, newsletters, among other formats. But it's also used in the ecommerce world for sales web pages, web and blog content, social media campaigns, and more. Other niches where those with an interest in a copywriting career can excel include grant writing, desktop publishing, travel writing, and money-making websites.
With so many different types of writing niches, someone looking for a freelance opportunity will surely find one that matches their lifestyle and interested. What all of these copywriting careers have in common is they give freelancers the ability to earn a great living doing something they love, with the added bonus of working from the comfort of home.
To see the many types of careers available to freelance writers, go here: http://www.awaionline.com/careers/.
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Since 1997, American Writers & Artists has been publishing direct-response copywriting and graphic design home-study programs. Their mission is to help people develop the critical skills to acquire financial security, independence and freedom. American Writers & Artists equips members with the tools and connections necessary to land clients, start working professionally, and earn money fast. And through their free Direct Response Jobs site, businesses can find and hire skilled American Writers & Artists members quickly and easily.