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How to Stockpile Content for a Rainy Day

For your freelance business, it helps to create future content when you have a little extra time. This can help you be more consistent in your outreach.

Define Your WIIFM as a Web Writer

If you don’t define your WIIFM as a web writer, it’s easy to become distracted and not do the things you need to. A clear purpose will drive your growth.

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.

Why You Need a Great Email Newsletter for Your Writing Business

Do you have a great email newsletter for your writing business? Email newsletters are a powerful marketing tool and a natural fit for writers.

Defining Your Own Unique Selling Proposition to Attract Clients

Defining your unique selling proposition helps you make connections with people you’ll enjoy working with and who’ll go out of their way to work with you.

9 Tips to Take You From Zero Experience to Polished Samples… Fast

Do you worry about clients requesting to see samples of your work. Start building a portfolio of polished samples even if you haven’t landed a client.

How to Get Paid While Building Your Brand

Writing for trade publications builds your authority, attracts your target audience to you, leads to additional work, and comes with its own paycheck.

Want to Blog, but Can’t Find the Time?

If you want to blog for your web-writing business, but find the prospect overwhelming, here’s a strategy that will help you make time for blogging.

A Lead Generation Landing Page for Your Web-Writing Business

What if you could start attracting clients even before your professional website is ready to launch? You can with a lead generation landing page.

Do You Make This Common Marketing Mistake?

There’s a common marketing mistake many new copywriters make when looking for potential clients. Even some experienced copywriters fall into this trap.

Three Ways to Attract More Traffic to Your Website

Attract more traffic to your website to increase your leads and ultimately grow your business. Use these three methods to attracted targeted traffic.

Uncovering the Testimonials You Already Have

Do you know you need testimonials but don’t want to ask for them? You may already have all you need hidden in plain view.

A New Year’s Gift to Yourself: Choose a Niche to Grow Your Income

If you want to expand your business and earn more money, then choose a niche to grow your client base, your bottom line, and your success.

Simplify Your Marketing for Better Results

Get more clients when you simplify your marketing. Use this easy five-step strategy to identify the best way to market your freelance copywriting services.

Getting Started With Speaking Engagements

Speaking engagements are very effective for marketing and building authority. If you haven’t considered using speaking engagements, it’s time to rethink.

7 Socially Savvy Ways to Use Testimonials to Attract New Clients

If your goal is to attract new clients, try these seven social ways to use testimonials to build credibility and gain attention.

6 Surprisingly Easy Ways to Get Stellar Client Testimonials

Client testimonials can speed your progress as a web writer. They make it easier to land higher quality clients. Learn six ways to get good testimonials.

Does Your Email Signature Do This?

You may not think of your email signature as a marketing tool, but it can be an effective way to get business if you do one thing.

Three Steps to Finding Your Perfect Unique Value Proposition

Do you know the difference between your unique selling proposition and your unique value proposition? It could make a big difference in your business.

Choose Your Writing Niche by Playing to Your Strengths

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.

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