B2B Writer Takes a 31-Day Article Challenge — And Lands a Client!

B2B copywriter Tammy Powell decided to tackle a new goal or habit each month this year.

Her first goal was to write an article every day for 31 days straight.

She knew it would help her develop her writing skills so she could write articles more quickly. And, she’d have a nice supply of blog posts and samples for her website.

It turned into much more!

Over the course of the month, she learned how to overcome procrastination, writer’s block, and even an unexpected bout with the flu. Her persistence paid off — she successfully sold one of her articles before the end of the month!

Tammy encourages other writers to give it a try. “It’s an exercise that could be very valuable to any writer … but especially for writers who are just starting out.”

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Published: May 10, 2018

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