Choose Your Writing Niche by Playing to Your Strengths
June 21, 2017 (06:11:34 am)
Choosing your writing niche. It seems straightforward enough, but it’s a step where many writers stumble. Here’s an approach that plays to your strengths.
How to Evaluate Your Business for Bigger Freelance Profits
January 18, 2017 (06:01:37 am)
It’s important to periodically evaluate your business to see where you can do better. It will increase your freelance earnings and lower your stress.
An Editorial Calendar: A Must-Have Tool for Web Writers
October 26, 2016 (06:57:58 am)
An editorial calendar is a powerful tool for web writers. It can help you take your blog from dream to reality and make you more valuable to clients, too.
Three Ways to Stay Current in Your Industry
October 28, 2015 (04:05:48 pm)
If you want to be considered an expert in your industry, then industry research is key. Use these three methods to stay current in your industry.
How to Produce Great Content in a Short Time
July 29, 2015 (11:52:00 am)
Learn to write great content in a short time, and you’ll position yourself to do better as a web writer. Use these techniques to write better and faster.
Do More in Less Time: Creating Systems to Improve Your Workflow
December 17, 2014 (10:46:03 am)
Systems are an important way to boost productivity. Find out the best things to systemize when you’re a freelance web writer.
Why You – and Your Clients – Need Cornerstone Content
July 23, 2014 (06:39:54 am)
Creating cornerstone content on your website can make your site easier to use and it can increase traffic.
7 Ways to Use Google Plus to Build Your Audience
October 23, 2013 (06:46:36 am)
Susanna Perkins gives you seven steps to leverage the power of Google Plus to grow your audience.
Pinterest: The Newest Project Collaboration Tool
October 10, 2012 (06:41:31 am)
Susanna Perkins explains how to use Pinterest as a collaboration tool.
How to Fill Your Empty Blog
April 25, 2012 (12:00:55 pm)
A blog can make a world of difference in how many leads you attract, how many clients you land, and how fast you succeed. Susanna Perkins is here to tell you how to make your blog be all that it can be!