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Three Times You Should Say No to New Work

Reaching the point where you have so much work you need to start saying no to clients is a good space. But it takes some navigation. Here are tips to help.

Eight Ways to Become Better at Receiving Feedback

Receiving feedback from clients and other writers is one of the fastest ways to improve your skills. But it only works if you’re open to the process.

Do More in Less Time: Creating Systems to Improve Your Workflow

Systems are an important way to boost productivity. Find out the best things to systemize when you’re a freelance web writer.

Three “Definitions” That Will Give Your Business Purpose

Give your business purpose by bring clarity to what you want to do, who you want to work with and what you want to accomplish

How to Write an Email Signature that Brings You Business

Adding a professional email signature to your email programs can help you attract more referrals and more projects.

Two High-Income Freelance Business Models to Consider

Ed Gandia introduces two business pricing models you may not have considered that can help your freelance business be more profitable very quickly.

The Case of the Disappearing Fees: 6 Tricks to Take Control of Your ​Business and Income

Mandy Marksteiner tells you how to change your behavior in a few key ways so you can remain in control when navigating situations where payment terms seem up for debate.

8 Ways to Diversify Your Freelance Income

Christina Gillick gives you eight ways you can diversify your freelance career as it's getting off the ground, to set a good foundation for your copywriting business.

8 Steps to An MVP Copywriting Career

Michele Peterson gives you eight steps you can take if you want to have a copywriting career of MVP distinction.

Four Ways to Simplify Your Writing Business

Keeping things simple opens up all types of positive side effects. Christina Gillick has four great ways to keep things simple in your freelance writing career.

Put Your Own Oxygen Mask On First... Then Assist Others

Michele Peterson wants to make sure you are helping your own business first before trying to help clients with their's.

Four Questions You Should Ask Before Making Your Next Business Purchase

Cindy Cyr has some tough questions you should ask yourself anytime you are spending money on your freelance business.

Three Financial Management Tools that Make Managing Your Freelance Business Finances a Breeze

Cindy Cyr has some great programs to help make keeping your freelance business finances in order.

Millionaire Secrets on Rapid Riches: Part 2

Joshua Boswell lays out the great benefits that setting up an agile, malleable business can reap.

Get Rich When the Money Moves

Joshua Boswell gives you insight on depressions and recessions, and how to not only weather the storm, but come out ahead in the end.

8 Dos and Don’ts for Breaking Up with a Client

Breaking up is hard to do. Rae Robinson helps you navigate ending a relationship with a client to boost your copywriting business.

How to Lose a Client in 10 Days

Rae Robinson is here to explain why you may want to drop your clients to improve your business.

The You Factor Part 3: Do Less, Make More

Joshua Boswell wants you to stop sweating the small stuff so you can do the big stuff the best you possibly can.

Finding Buyers that Buy, Part 4 Eat the Fruit of Another Man’s Labor

Let Joshua Boswell show you how to reap the benefits of others hard work.

Finding Buyers That Buy Part Three: 10,000 “Personal” Conversations

Joshua Boswell reveals three questions that will allow you to discover the logical and emotional triggers that would cause someone to buy your products and services.

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