Day: September 16, 2022

Finance

How To Become A (highly paid!) Copywriter (even w/ zero

Learning how to write great copy can be an excellent career move. You can make a good amount of money while flexing your creative muscles and working in a flexible setting.

The best part: You also don’t need any formal education. In fact, some of the most sought after and highest-paid copywriters in the world never took a writing class in their life and clear six figures a year.

In this post, we’ll show you how to get started as a copywriter — even if you don’t have any experience. From there, we’ll share our founder Ramit Sethi’s best tips for sharpening your copywriting skills.

What is a copywriter and what do they do?

A copywriter is anyone who is paid to write content that entices readers to take action — in other words, copywriters write the words used for marketing products and/or services. This includes things like:

  • Sales pages
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Bussines Service

Judge Cites ‘Media Leaks’ in Rejecting DOJ Bid to Resume

  • A judge on Thursday rejected DOJ’s request to resume its probe into Trump’s handling of docs.
  • In her ruling, US District Court Judge Aileen Cannon cited vague concerns of “media leaks.”
  • Prosecutors meanwhile, continue to warn of the highly sensitive nature of the retrieved records. 

A federal judge on Thursday cited vague descriptions of supposed “media leaks” in rejecting a Justice Department demand to resume part of its probe into former President Donald Trump’s handling of records marked classified that FBI agents retrieved from his Mar-a-Lago resort last month. 

In the ruling, US District Court Judge Aileen Cannon put a halt to the department’s investigation for the duration of the special master review, saying that no charges can be brought against Trump using the retrieved documents in the meantime. In her ruling, she suggested that the government would not “suffer an irreparable injury” to its probe

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Business

DOJ’s Claim That Trump Has No ‘Possessory Interest’ in Docs

  • The DOJ’s appeal to continue to review classified documents for its probe was rejected on Thursday.
  • A federal judge was not convinced that Trump couldn’t have “possessory interest” in the documents.
  • The judge could not accept DOJ’s claim until a special master review was completed.

A federal judge said she could not accept the Justice Department’s claim that Donald Trump does not “have a possessory interest” in some documents that were seized from Mar-a-Lago just because they’re classified government records without further review by a third party.

On Thursday, Judge Aileen M. Cannon of the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida appointed a special master to review more than 11,000 documents seized from Mar-a-Lago in August and rejected the DOJ’s appeal that would have allowed the department to continue to use a set of classified records as part of its criminal investigation during

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