July 2018

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Why You Need a Website for Your Freelance Writing Business

Musician-turned-copywriter Jim Wright admits that confidence used to get in the way of success. That changed when he built his own copywriter’s website.

Create a Website That Pleases Google and Delights Potential Clients

This critical step to building your freelance writing website could boost your search engine success AND wow your potential clients.

7 Things You Must Have on Your Website (But Only If You Want Clients…)

You need a website for your freelance business. And for it to attract clients, there are seven must-have elements. Joshua Boswell reveals what they are.

Nine Reasons Forbes Says You Need a Freelance Website

As the trend toward freelancing continues, the best way to stay competitive is with your own freelance website. Forbes outlines 9 reasons why it matters.

Creating a Professional Website to Promote Your Copywriting Business Has Never Been Easier … or More Necessary

As a freelancer working towards copywriter success, you must have a professional website promoting your services.

New Study Confirms: Freelancers with a Website Can Charge on Average of 65% MORE than Those Without

By launching your own freelance website, you could charge more than DOUBLE than freelance writers without one.

Woulda. Shoulda. Coulda.

We all have WSC moments that have held us back. Coach Ted Capshaw says that needs to change today, so he shares a simple exercise to help you move forward.

When You Need to Quit a B2B Copywriting Project

At some point, you may have to quit a B2B copywriting project. There’s no perfect way to bail on a project, but here are some tips to make the best of the situation.

Today’s Top 3 Mobile “Musts” for Effective Web Content Writing

Google wants to give users the best web experience possible when they search from their phones. Clients need you to provide these 3 musts for web content.

Using Stories in Marketing: How to Find and Tell Great Stories

Using stories in your marketing makes your message more memorable, more compelling, and more credible. But where do you find great stories?

7 Key Pieces to Building a Successful Copywriting Business

Learning strategies from many instructors — the very ones they used to build successful careers — has helped Liz Farr build her writer’s life. Here’s how…

Interview with a Barefoot Writer: Brian Clark

Brian Clark’s multimillion-dollar copywriting techniques and advice.

A 5-Step Process to Writing Articles that Get Published

Writing good editorial articles is easier when you have a process in place. Follow Rebecca Matter’s proven worksheet to write content faster and stronger!

5-Step Process for Pre-suading Prospects with Strategic Content [VIDEO]

Get Brian Clark’s proven 5-step process for strategic content that pre-suades prospects step-by-step, without sales copy.

What Every Copywriter Should Be Doing Right Now

Companies are using content marketing as a major part of their campaigns. As a copywriter, you should be adding content writing to your services mix now.

How Long Should a Sales Letter Be?

Many writers ask how long a sales letter should be, but that’s not the right question. Discover the one thing that determines the length of a sales letter.

Kaizen in Action: 8 Types of Micro-Commitments and How You Can Use Them in Your Sales Process to Increase Conversions

Ryan Levesque shows how sometimes the biggest successes happen not by thinking bigger, but by thinking smaller.

How to Get from Aspiring Copywriter to Paid Specialist — In Just 4 Months

One writing specialty is easy to learn and quick to start earning fees. Learn how Michelle Durham went from aspiring writer to specialist in just 4 months.

3 Ways to Make Your B2B Copy More Compelling to Decision Makers

Follow these three tips and your B2B copy will be more engaging, more appealing to decision makers, and more likely to get the results your clients want.

"Email Copywriter? Yes, We Currently Have 8,051 Openings..."

If you’re looking for a writing specialty with thousands of job openings, Jay White has the answer. Here are three things you can do to get started.

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