July 2020

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You Just Landed a Website Project… Now What?

When you land a website project, you’re in for a lot of fun. But also a challenge. This 8-step will help you deliver a result that thrills your client.

5 Short, Simple Writing Projects You Can Build a Career (And a Nice Lifestyle) On

Make a good living writing simple projects of the “there’s more where that came from” variety. Here are five fun, easy-to-learn projects you can build your business around.

Steve Slaunwhite Announces Three Prize Winners for The Writer’s Life B2B Email Writing Contest

From 420 submissions, Steve Slaunwhite announces the 3 winners of the $200 prize from our short-copy B2B project writing contest in The Writer’s Life.

Write a Powerful, 83-Word Email About a Slow Cooker… And You Could Get a $200 Prize!

Practice is the best way to keep improving as an online copywriter. Follow the “client brief” to do this practice assignment, using tips from a master.

With This Type of Copywriting, You Could Make $150,000 a Year

The need for well-trained web copywriters is growing by leaps and bounds. Here’s your chance to get trained by an expert and have the potential to earn $150,000 a year.

Here Are 130 BILLION Reasons to Build Your Skills as a Freelance Online Copywriter… Right Now

Build a future as a copywriter, faster, when you go where the growth is. With a historic shift in the marketing world, there is big opportunity waiting for you right now.

Living the Writer's Life: Melissa Gouty

Melissa Gouty launched her copywriting career with a bang in 2019, winning three spec awards at AWAI’s annual Bootcamp. Since then, she’s been working hard to build up her writing portfolio and connect with more clients. For Melissa, writing isn’t just a pathway to money; writing is part of who she is.

3 Ways You’re in Control with a Money-Making Website

Whatever your goals, put yourself in control with this tactic. You decide how much time you want to spend working… what you want to write… and how much money you make.

Your Roadmap to Conquer Mediocre B2B Content

The world is littered with mediocre, or worse, “good enough” B2B content... presenting an “awesome opportunity” for B2B writers to lead reluctant companies away from safe, “done by everyone else” copy into a world where compelling content drives views, trust, and ultimately sales.

Updating Your Website: How Often and What Makes the Most Impact

How often do you update your freelance web writing website? Use this guide to updating your website to keep your business in ship shape.

The Undeniable Power of Buddy Groups and Masterminds

Buddy groups are a great resource for writers at all career stages. The combined knowledge helps you reach your goals faster, especially when you follow three tips.

4 Small Business "Savers" Writers Can Offer Prospective Clients

Small businesses took a major hit from COVID-19. They know they need marketing as they reopen — but where to start? Here are 4 projects writers can offer to help them.

Get Paid as Much as $5,000 a Month as a Content Marketing Strategist

No better time than right now to get started as a Content Marketing Strategist and get paid as much as $5,000 a month.

July Issue: Flip Those Worries to Happier Writing

Just released, the July issue of Barefoot Writer!

The 3 Layers of Writer Freedom

Building the dream life you want to live is less about luck and more about the choices you make. You can build a life of freedom, starting today.

Make the Business Case for a B2B Content Marketing Strategy

Just creating a bunch of content doesn’t mean you have a content marketing strategy… focused on buyers and leveraging the buyer’s experience to move them along to purchase. Instead, use these five elements for a successful content marketing strategy.

How You Can Use Site Audits to Grow Your Business

Site Audits are a good way to get paid twice. First for diagnosing website problems and then for fixing them. Here’s a three-step process you can use to get started.

5 Common Website Types and How to Write for Each

The first step in nailing a website project is understanding what type of website your client is using. See how to write for common website types…

Get Paid Twice When You Do Site Audits for Clients

Doing Site Audits gives you a way to connect with clients, line up new work, and get paid, twice. Here’s a four-step process you can use to get your foot in the door with prospects.

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