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This is where we get to write all the stuff our clients don’t let us write.
You could say it’s our place to blow off a bit of steam — and drop the occasional F-bomb.

Good Copy Starts with a Good Copy Deck Template

A copy deck is a Word document with the copy for a piece. Copy will usually stay in deck form until it’s approved by all stakeholders, then copied and past-ed into the design.

Interestingly, the term “deck” dates to the mid 20th century when presentation slides were stacked next to a projector like a deck of cards. Eventually, the in-dividual pieces that made up the final design were called decks as well (copy decks, strategy decks, pitch decks, etc.).

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Outsource copywriting? Yes, brand managers can do that too.

Yeah, we’re talking to you, the brand manager or agency client service manager choosing not to  outsource copywriting and instead staying up till all hours trying to write good copy.

We know you hate doing it, and we don’t blame you. Writing good copy is hard. It’s not something you just wake up in the morning and excel at any more than waking up and deciding to crown a tooth or run electrical through your house.

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What you should know about becoming a copywriter

On the last day of most copywriting courses, the program director will put all the students together in a room and tell them what to expect from becoming a copywriter at an ad agency.

If they’re honest, it’ll sound like the most cutthroat, back-stabbing, ego-fuelled mess of a life one could imagine. And if the students are honest, they’re all itching to get out there.

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