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Say Yes to Opportunity… and Then Figure It Out

If you want to create more opportunity as a writer, you need to start saying yes to opportunity… even if you’re inexperienced. You can figure it out!

13 Web Writing Marketing Seeds You Can Start Planting Now

If you want your web-writing business to grow, you need to begin planting your marketing seeds now. This will lead to a steady stream of clients later.

How to Set Realistic Goals and Find Time to Achieve Them

Achieving goals boils down to two things—setting realistic goals and them setting aside time to work on them. Here, you’ll find useful tips for doing both.

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.

5 Ways to Renew Your Enthusiasm for Writing

Are you stuck in a rut with your writing? It’s not writer’s block. You’re just not enjoying it. Try these five ways to renew your enthusiasm for writing.

5 Quick and Easy Tips to Organize Your Virtual Workspace

When you work as a freelancer, your computer plays a critical role in your workflow. Use these 5 tips to organize your virtual workspace.

Developing Affinity Marketing Partnerships

Affinity marketing partnerships give your marketing leverage when you work with other businesses that also serve your clients. See how it’s done.

11 Tips for Effective Meetings That Turn Prospects Into Clients

Turn these 11 tips into your own game plan, so you, too, can handle prospect meetings with ease.

11 Ways Web Copywriters Can Build an Audience

One of the most sustainable ways to grow your web-writing business is steadily grow your audience. Use these 11 strategies to attract followers and fans.

3 of the Most Common Email Messages Clients Ask for… and How to Over-Deliver on Each

There are 3 common email messages clients will ask you to write. Master the tricks of over-delivering on these messages and keep your clients coming back.

How to Estimate Project Time – Tips for Freelance Web Writers

When you’re working as a freelance web writer, you need a plan for how to estimate project time, so you can set sensible fees. These tips will help.

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.

3 Powerful Ways You Can Put Chatbots to Work for Your Clients… And Make High Fees for Yourself

Chatbots can be very powerful for companies. Here are three ways a chatbot copywriter can help create leads and generate sales via preprogrammed messages.

How to Be Everywhere in Your Niche

Want to attract the attention of prospects within a certain niche? Learn how to be everywhere in your niche. You’ll build your authority and your contacts.

The Secret to Writing Emails People Will Open and Read

Overall, the average email open rate across all industries is just 32%. Make sure you fall into the one in three that are getting opened and read.

An Easy 3-Part Social Media Marketing Plan for Web Writers

Social media marketing for web writers is a fun way to attract new clients… but you have to respect the medium you’re in. Here’s how in 3 easy steps…

20 Essential Email Marketing Stats Copywriters Need to Know

These email marketing statistics represent a golden opportunity for web writers to help clients in a tangible way… and to get a foot in the door.

20 Ways to Stand Out As a Professional Web Copywriter in 2020

As a web copywriter, you need to make it easy for clients to say yes to hiring you. One way to do that is to stand out from other web copywriters…

3 Magical Words to Use When a Client Wants to Argue

Sometimes you and your client will disagree on the best approach to a project, or part of a project. Running marketing tests is the smart solution.

How to Have Hard Conversations with Clients

Sometimes hard conversations with clients are necessary. It can be key to set things right when things are off track or you’re not seeing eye to eye.

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