If you’ve worked with a copywriter before you likely know there’s a ‘process’. If you’re new to hiring a copywriter then you’re probably not quite sure what to expect. In some ways, the copywriting process is the same no matter who you work with - you brief, they write, you check, they edit, you approve.
About Hazel ButlerHazel is an author, copywriter, content marketer and blogger. She specialises in helping creative entrepreneurs, coaches and small business owners harness the power of the pen (or keyboard!) to market their products and services through soulful selling. She's had several academic papers published internationally, and featured on sites such as The Huffington Post.In addition to her professional work as a writer, Hazel is also a fiction author. She has published several books and short stories, including The Uber Author Planner, Chasing Azrael, a Urban Fantasy novel, and Bleizgeist, a Dark Fantasy novella. Hazel has a regular weekly column on Sci-Fi Fantasy Network, and is currently working on her next novel, Death Becomes Me.
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