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Is it needed to learn design to become a copywriter?

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I have seen many of the times clients ask for adding images in their writing so I was wondering, do I really need to learn design if I want to become a copywriter?

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I think it all depends on you. You can either research these images and suggest it to your clients or you can invest in canva or pickmonkey to learn how to add text to these images. Best wishes.


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You could do the writing and outsource the graphic work to someone else.

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I think it all depends on you. You can either research these images and suggest it to your clients or you can invest in canva or pickmonkey to learn how to add text to these images. Best wishes.

Thank you Julian for the suggestion.

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After learning InDesign which has a huge learning curve I would recommend using Canva or picmonkey if you want to add this service to your clients. If you want to add images to a manuscript, InDesign would be best as it renders images accurately and you can place them precisely where you want them.

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After learning InDesign which has a huge learning curve I would recommend using Canva or picmonkey if you want to add this service to your clients. If you want to add images to a manuscript, InDesign would be best as it renders images accurately and you can place them precisely where you want them.

Thank you for the suggestion.

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