Since it's expensive to keep a full-time writer on staff, many companies outsource writing needs. I Need Text Company is here and available to write for you, ultimately saving on employment and overhead costs. Although not physically in-house, I'll take care of business and provide the exact words needed -- That's outsouced text. Where do you want it and when do you want it delivered?
What does a Freelance Copywriter do? I realize that some aren’t sure. People ask... Do you make copies? Do you work for the government or US Copyright Office? "Copywriter" is often confused with its homophone “Copyright” though quite different. In short, Freelance Copywriters deliver outsourced text. Related terms are clarified in the way they most apply to I Need Text Company. This page should dispel any remaining confusion.
Copywriter - One who prepares advertising copy, articles, bulletins, sales letters, speeches, and many other informative and promotional materials. I Need Text Company services encompass the broadest definition of a Copywriter. In some circles, I can also be called a Commercial Writer or Technical Writer.
Copyright - A Copyright is a form of protection provided to authors of original works of authorship including literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and certain other intellectual works, both published and unpublished. Sole right to a literary or artistic work. For more information regarding this area, you can visit www.uspto.gov.
Commercial Writer - One who prepares written content for any category of commercial use. Sometimes referred to as a Business Writer, Corporate Writer or Market Writer.
Technical Writer - One who writes company or product materials such as manuals, processes or instructions. One who reviews published materials to recommend revisions, changes in scope, format, content and/or methods.
Copy - The final result of a project request (completed text composition), whatever it may be. Copy is provided to clients by an established deadline. The word COPY is sometimes capitalized throughout this website to decipher it from the verb to copy and for emphasis. Copy can be anything from a Sales Letter to an Instruction Manual.