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How Do You Know You're Writing Copy in Your Client's Brand Voice?

One thing a lot of copywriters don’t pay attention to is their client’s (and their own) brand voice. It’s really important, and here’s why…

Google’s Search Journeys — What You Need to Know

Google works hard to improve user experience. One recent innovation is Google’s Search Journeys… and it means new opportunities for you as a writer.

Get Extra Income Creating a Company Style Guide

When working with a company for the first time, ask if they have a customized style guide. If not, this is something you could get paid to create for them.

Casting a Wider Net: 5 Truths About Networking for Freelancers

Networking is a proven way to put yourself in front of prospects and can yield big results. Use these 5 networking tips for freelancers to get started.

B2B Clients, AP, Chicago, and the Oxford Comma: It's a Matter of Style

When you’re working with your B2B clients, you know you need to know their products and their prospects. But you also need to know their style.

‘Marie Kondo’ Your Job for Better, More Joyful Work

Do you consider your freelance work joyful? If not, see what changes you can set in motion that will bring more joy and purpose to your work.

3 Steps for Your Best B2B Content Article

You’ve submitted a pitch and your editor accepted it. Now, it’s time to write the best possible article by following three simple steps.

6 (Almost) Foolproof Strategies for Meeting Deadlines

Meeting deadlines is a key part of running a successful business. If you struggle with completing projects on time, these 6 strategies will help.

Content Writers: 3 Tips to Get More Work

Editors are looking for writers they can count on to provide a huge amount of content. If you follow these tips, you could become an editor’s go-to writer.

Make Your New Client Relationship “Sticky” with a Welcome Email

Avoid buyer’s remorse from your new client by using this welcome email template to communicate even before your project starts.

How Event Marketing Can Boost Your Writing Fees

Help your clients land new customers or increase your own client base with mini-event marketing. You’ll earn great fees while have a good time.

How to Make Technical Copywriting Projects Interesting

Very technical projects like white papers can be boring if the copywriter doesn’t take a few extra steps to improve readability and provide interesting content.

An Untapped Web-Writing Opportunity You Don’t Want to Ignore

Many companies are turning to infographics to create unique, visually interesting, useful content. And this creates a new writing opportunity for you.

7 Ways to Make Money Writing on the Side (and Gain More Freedom in Your Life!)

As a writer, you have the unique ability to make more money whenever you want. Discover seven writing side hustles that are always in demand.

Use These 6 Ways to Manage Copywriting Client Expectations

You can set yourself up for successful copywriting client communication with a little forethought and it all starts with your first conversation.

Make Great Money Writing Any of These 5 Short-Form Copy Web Pages That Are in High Demand

Discover the details of the five in-demand web pages marketers need your help with, and how much you can charge to write each one.

Your Web-Writing Business Isn’t a Drive-Thru, So Stop Being an Order-Taker

When your clients hire you, they are paying for your expertise. So start presenting yourself as an expert consultant. Use these 7 tips to start.

Streamline Your Copywriting Research to Increase Your Income

Copywriting research can be time-consuming and intimidating: where to start... how much to do. Find helpful tips for streamlining your research process.

3 Ways You Can Leverage Your Copywriting Skills for Bigger Income

You can earn money offering your copywriting skills to clients or you can leverage your copywriting skills to increase your income in other ways.

Ask These 6 Questions to Write Stronger Copy

Every writing project requires a framework. Asking these six questions provides just such a framework so you can write better, benefit-rich copy.

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