As you read through my list of copywriting opportunities, do not be afraid or overburdened; every writer’s journey begins with the first page, first job, or other opportunities.
As I write this started my journey into Copywriting at the beginning of March 2021. So, this is just to let you know that you are not the only one starting out and that it’s okay to be afraid.
It’s essential to face your fears and let that fear control you; to quote Paul Atreides, a character from Frank Herbert’s Dune series, “you must not fear; fear is the mind-killer once the fear is gone, only I will remain”.
So, I hope my list helps you embark on this journey either for a career or for your enjoyment and that you remember that even people like Stephen King started on the first page of their very first book and in their crappy job before they started to live their dreams.
This is okay for you to dream and work towards your dream, and you have nothing to be ashamed of; the only shame is the shame of never trying, so I wish you all the best.
- Animal Magazines, Veterinary
- Arts and Architecture
- Associations – Cultural, Political, or Organizational
- Astrology, Metaphysical, and New Age
- Automotive and Motorcycle (I would recommend reading the Volkswagen station wagging. The Volkswagen campaigns for the People’s car during the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s is a good demonstration of simple but very effective copy).
- Business and Finance
- Career, College
- Childcare and Parental Care
- Comic Books
- Consumer service and Business Opportunity
- Contemporary culture
- Ethnic and Minorities
- Food and Drinks
- Games and Puzzles
- General Interest
- Health and Fitness
- Interest and Craft
- Home and Garden
- Nature, Conversation, and Ecology
- Personal Computers
- Politics and World Affairs
- Psychology and Self-Improvement
- Regional Magazines
- Teen and Young Adult
- Travel Campaign
- Mummy Blogging
“It’s none of their businesses that you have to learn to write. Let them think you were born that way.” – Ernest Miller Hemingway (July 21, 1899 – July 2, 1961) was an American novelist, short-story writer, journalist, and sportsman.
“In the English language, it all comes down to this: 26 letters, when combined correctly, can create magic.” – John Joseph Grogan is an American journalist and non-fiction writer. His memoir Marley & Me (2005) was a bestselling book about his family’s dog, Marley.