I can write a lot about myself. Or a little. So, how much time do you have?
I started copywriting when I was hired to write for an online sex shop. And while I no longer spend hours researching 'The Destroyer Dildo,' I've kept the colorful language, the sense of humor, and the open-mindedness. ◆
I started copywriting when I was hired to write for an online sex shop. Before that, I had dropped everything and moved across the world to Tel Aviv with a SIM card and a very loose grasp of Hebrew. I guess I was looking to find myself. And I did.
While I was there, I stumbled upon a freelance platform and joined the network, hoping to just write on the side. All of my projects started at $5, but within a few months I had earned enough social capital to turn it into a full-time gig.
I decided to ride the wave and launch my own creative agency. Actually, it was more of a website than an agency. And it was more of landing page than a website. But what it lacked in legitimacy, it made up for in branding. This was the logo:
Since then, I’ve moved across the world (again) so I could write in a place where I know the language. I’ve come up with better taglines. And I’ve become living proof that no bad story ever started with a dildo. ◆