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  • Tips for transitioning from freelance B2B SaaS copywriter to full-time at a PPC/CRO marketing agency (same niche)?

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  • Trent

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    August 26, 2021 at 1:34 pm

    Background: I’ve been freelancing exclusively for seven years, writing sales copy for SaaS companies (PPC/display ads, landing pages, autoresponders, lead magnets, full funnel strategy, you name it). Mostly 20-30 hours per week, sometimes less. Situation: I’ve been offered the chance to work at a Dutch-based PPC/CRO agency working with B2B SaaS companies (they’re growing rapidly).They’re looking for a midweight to senior-level copywriter with the expectation that they’ll eventually lead a team of copywriters/content writers as head of content strategy. Full-time role, but they are willing to start with a trial period/project to see how it goes. Conundrum: I have some slight concerns/reservations about the exchange of freedom for commitment. I’ve certainly become very used to it, and am a very independent person by nature. However, I’m completely jaded with freelancing (mercenary work!) and lonely during covid, and excited for a new challenge and commitment, plus to be part of a team and learn from other subject matter experts. They also offered 55-60k ($65-70k) plus potential profit-sharing. Less than I earn per hour, but more per year, and seems like a generous starting salary at a small agency. Any tips or advice? We’ve done two interviews (one video, one in person) already, and I have a good feeling about it. The founder is very transparent, honest, affable, and generally open-minded/flexible. I’m excited to hear your advice! Thanks in advance, and sorry for the (error-ridden?) ramble. – by /hq/TrePismn – –

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