Be a Guest on The Write Shift

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The Write Shift - Guest Submission Form

If you're a word-slinger with a tale to tell, I want to hear from you!

Are you a word-wielding warrior with tales of copywriting glory? Have you faced monstrous deadlines, decoded mysterious client briefs, or discovered a life-changing adjective at 3 AM?

If you're brimming with stories from the frontlines of freelance copywriting, I want to hear from you!

On The Write Shift, I'm always on the lookout for fresh voices to feature. I aim to foster a community where rookie wordsmiths and seasoned pros alike can share their experiences, exchange stories, and learn from each other.

If you're full of sage wisdom or bursting with budding insights, you could be the perfect guest.

Here's who I'm keen to hear from:

  1. Newbies: You're a fledgling in the vast world of freelance copywriting, armed with passion, a fresh perspective, and possibly a heap of questions. You're still juggling the elusive concept of work-life balance (spoiler: it's a myth) and you're raring to share your voyage with our listeners.
  2. Veterans: You've weathered the storms of the industry. You've seen it all - the good, the bad, the grammatically atrocious. You're bursting with stories, tips, and insights, ready to enlighten the next generation of copywriters.

Sound like you?
Here's how to submit yourself as a potential guest:

1. Complete the submission form ⬅️

2. Tell me about yourself - where you're from, your background in copywriting, and why you're interested in being on the show.

3. Submit your form and keep your fingers crossed 🤞

I review every submission personally and will get back to you if you'd a good fit for the show.

I want to hear about the triumphs, the blunders, the midnight coffee binges, and the eleventh-hour edits. If you're ready to share your journey—the good, the bad, and the grammatically erroneous—I'm eager to listen.

Let's make The Write Shift a space for learning, laughing, and embracing the chaos of the freelance life. Can't wait to hear your story!

- Tim