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5 Metrics You Should Track for Your Freelance Writing Business

Instead of getting lost in data to track your freelance writing business, focus on these five key performance indicators to keep your finger on the pulse of your small business.

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 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.

Cultivating a CEO Mindset for Steady Growth in Your Business

When you’re running your own writing business, it pays to have a CEO Mindset. With this mindset, you understand the importance of regular self-assessment.

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.

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.

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.

Launch Your Copywriting Business in 30 Days

You have the copywriting skills, now it’s time to work on the business side of your copywriting career.

How to Create Your Own Client Satisfaction Process

You want happy clients who are eager to come hire you, again and again. Establishing a client satisfaction process helps make that happen.

How to Grow Your Business by Becoming a “Gift Horse”

Giving gifts to clients can help you grow your writing business. See four big benefits you’ll enjoy when you start giving gifts to say thank you.

7 Steps to Turning in Work Clients Love

You get hard to land a project. And when you finally do, that’s when the real work begins. Use these seven steps for turning in work your clients will love

Take a Selfie of Your Freelance Website to Attract Web-Copywriting Clients

When potential clients look at your website what impression do they get about you? Make it a professional one to land more web-copywriting clients.

Add Value to Your Client’s Bottom Line — and Yours — with Upsells

When you offer upsells, you’ll add value to your services by helping your client’s marketing efforts perform better. And your own bottom line will grow too.

5 Creative Ways for Saying Thank You to Your Clients

Saying thank you to your clients is more than just polite. It builds relationships and can help keep your clients coming back to you with new projects.

How Many Clients Do You Need for a Good Living?

How many clients do you need to make a good living as a freelance writer? Figure out your target number of clients to reach your income goals.

How Failing Fast Can Fuel Your Writing Success

Failing fast. It’s a phrase that rose in popularity in the last decade. But what does it really mean? Can it help you grow and run your writing business?

3 Surprising Benefits of Being Your Own Best Client

When you’re building your business, it’s easy to overlook your most important client — you! Discover the benefits of being your own best client.

Being the Boss: Management Tips for Freelancers

When you transition from employment to freelancing full time, you become the boss. Use these management tips for freelancers to help you be a good one.

6 Dos and Don’ts to Project Confidence to Your Clients

In a freelance business, you’ll work with clients you’ve never met in person. Here’s how to project confidence to your clients over the phone or email.

5 Freelance Writing Mistakes You Should Avoid

Launching your freelance writing business is a big step. And, there are a few things it’s easy to get wrong. Avoid these common freelance writing mistakes.

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