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Lock in Your Income with Recurring Writing Work

You have recurring monthly bills… so it helps to have recurring monthly income. And you can have that, while keeping your freelance freedom, when you lock in recurring B2B writing work. Here’s how.

5 Accessibility Writing Tips to Empower Your Clients’ Sales

When you write more accessibly, you can increase the results you deliver by 25% of more. Use these accessibility writing tips to improve your work.

When You Look for New Prospects, Don't Miss These Sites

Daily prospecting yields results, especially when you’re starting out. But where do you find those new prospects? Check out these lesser-known sites.

Choose a Marketing Method to Try for Your Business

When it comes to marketing your writing business, doing some trial and error is useful. Here, you’ll find five different marketing methods you can try.

Here’s How to Get Paid $500 for a 350-Word Project

These 350-page word projects are in demand and you could do them in about two hours and walk away with a $500 paycheck. And that’s just one of a dozen of projects you can do to earn a big paycheck.

A Simple Daily Outreach System Can Deliver Big Results

Successful freelancers do a combination of inbound and outbound marketing. Their key to that success? Usually a simple daily outreach system combined with consistency… here’s how.

9 Marketing Experiments You Can Use to Grow Your Business

Do you avoid new marketing strategies because you fear they’ll fail? Try doing experiments instead. Here are 9 marketing experiments to get you started.

Use This Single Writing Skill to Create a Massive Freelance Writing Income

Companies are increasing the money they allocate to advertising online, especially for email marketing. It gives them one of the highest returns on their investment. But, they need well-trained email writers.

4 Ways You Can Make the Case for Hiring You as a Freelancer

Just like you make the case to prospects for why your client’s product or service is their best choice, you can make the case to your prospects that you, the freelancer, are their best choice. Here are four ways to do that.

Taking Your Web Writing from Side Hustle to Full Time Income

Are you a part time writer hoping to become a full-time writer? See this freelance web writer’s six-step plan for going full time.

One Decision Helped This Member Build a Six-Figure Writing Career

Joining Circle of Success is one of the best decisions you can make to advance your career and get on the path to building a six-figure writing income.

How You Can Create a Valuable Giveaway to Attract New Leads

Does the thought of creating an e-book for your business overwhelm you? What will you write about? Who will want to read it? How will it be seen? If you follow the guidance inside, your e-book will be a valuable giveaway that attracts new leads for your business.

3 Tips to Get Speaking Gigs that Will Build Your Business

Public speaking at events where your target audience will be is a smart way to get clients. Find out how to get speaking gigs.

How to Write a Powerful B2B Video Script for Your Client

Videos are now a B2B company’s second-most used marketing tactic. And that’s good news for B2B copywriters. Because a powerful B2B video script, written by you, will deliver big results for your client... and for you.

Quarterly Checkups Keep the Fire Lit Under Your Goals

Having goals to work toward helps ensure your success. It’s even better when you review those goals regularly. Use quarterly checkups to stay motivated.

Get More Copywriting Done More Quickly by Stopping This Bad Habit

There’s a lie we all tell ourselves that is severely hampering our ability to get our work done. In an eight-hour day, it can suck up as much as 2 hours and 15 minutes. If you want to get more copywriting done more quickly, you need to stop this bad habit right now.

Building a List of Prospects for Your Web-Writing Business

Consistent marketing is easier when you have a list of prospects. Learn a smart system for building a list of prospects for your business.

5 Questions to Ask ─ Is This B2B Client a Good Fit for You?

Saying “yes” to a B2B client who isn’t a good fit for you or your business goals can be like buying a pair of shoes that look great in the box, but give you blisters when you take them out and wear them for any length of time. Avoid the client "blisters" with these five questions.

5 Ways to Use Case Studies to Market Your Web-Writing Business

Looking for creative ways to market your web-writing services. Case studies build your credibility and demonstrate your expertise. Get creative with them.

Make Time Smart Decisions to Achieve B2B Writing Success

Admit it: you identify with the 80% of adults with too much to do and not enough time to do it. You don’t have to live this way ─ make time smart decisions to achieve B2B writing success.

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