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The Dangers of Relying on One Major Client

Relying on one major client for your writing work can lead to some landmines. Learn to recognize when you’re in dangerous territory and what to do about it

Want to Make More Money As a Copywriter? Do This.

Steve Maurer shows how he went from earning a few bucks an article to earning a few hundred bucks an article. Learn how to make more money as a copywriter.

How to Evaluate Your Business for Bigger Freelance Profits

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.

Decisions Every Freelance Web Writer Has to Make

It’s an age-old question of freelancers everywhere. What form of business should you use? This basic guide to business types for freelancers will help.

Making Hard Choices as a Web Writer

Sometimes you get in a situation where making hard choices is what you have to do to move a project forward. Here’s how to make the best of it.

Is it Time to Simplify Your Copywriting Business

If you’re feeling overwhelmed as a freelancer, it may be time to simplify your copywriting business. Here are some tips to help.

Rescuing a Project That’s About to Go Off Track

Sometimes projects get off track. Rescuing a project that’s in trouble means learning to recognize the warning signs and knowing what to do with them.

An Editorial Calendar: A Must-Have Tool for Web Writers

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.

Seven Savvy Ways to Structure Your Web-Writing Business

When it comes to your web-writing business structure, you have a lot of options. See seven of the most common here.

The Unusual and Rarely Used Free Investment that Magically Builds Your Web-Writing Business

Investing your skills in your freelance web-writing business is a great way to leverage what you know to bring in more business and make more money.

Setting Fees for Web-Writing Services: How to Overcome Your Own Sticker Shock

Learn how to overcome pricing fears when setting fees for web-writing services, especially your own sticker shock.

The #1 Financial Mistake Freelance B2B Copywriters Make

Whether you’re a new or experienced copywriter, you may be making a big financial mistake when negotiating your fees. Here’s what to do to avoid it.

Take Your Business Global: How to Work with International Clients

You’re not bound to work with local clients. Or even clients in the same country as you. Use these tips to work with international clients.

How to Get New Work from Existing Clients in Three Easy Steps

Getting new work from existing clients will give a boost to your bottom line. Improve your odds of repeat business by doing just one thing differently.

Why Loosening the Niche Knot Makes You a Better Writer

Do you struggle with picking a niche? Fear might be the reason. Learn about common niche fears and how to overcome them.

The Mechanics of Getting Paid: A Freelancer’s Guide

You landed the client! Now, what’s the best way to get paid? Here are several options for freelancers, and the pros and cons of each of them.

Three Ways to Charge More for the Services You Offer

Raising rates is something a lot for web writers struggle with. Find how to charge more for services without offending your clients or losing work.

Three Ways to Stay Current in Your Industry

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 Solicit Useful Feedback on Your Writing and Why

Getting feedback is a key step in the writing process. Christine Butler discusses ways to getting useful feedback and why it's important.

How to Handle Non-Paying Clients

While most B2B clients pay their invoices promptly, you may run into one that misses a payment. Here’s what to do.

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