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How Waiting Until the Last Minute Can Be a Smart Time Management Trick

How often do you find yourself waiting until the last minute to get started on a project? You may have stumbled on to a secret to getting things done.

Proven Method to Get B2B Freelance Clients with One Sample

Don’t let lack of experience stop you. You can get B2B freelance clients, with just one sample, when you use this proven method to prospect.

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.

One Secret Skill to Turn You Into a Well-Paid B2B Freelancer

Use these four tips and this one secret to take yourself from a decent freelance copywriter to a sought-after, well-paid B2B freelancer.

When You’re a Freelance Writer, You’re in Charge of Your Time – Manage It Like a Boss

When you’re a freelancer, making the most of your time becomes more important than ever. Learn to balance your time at work for steady growth.

7 Tips on How — Not Where — to Find Writing Clients

No one has ever asked expert Gordon Graham this question, yet he calls the answer a key to success. Here are seven tips that work for any writing project.

Three "Hidden" Content Marketing Opportunities for B2B Writers

Beyond articles, blogging, and e-books, there are three “hidden” content marketing projects you can pitch to new or existing clients to increase your revenue and help them improve their content marketing results.

Feeling Disorganized? 5 Tools to Get You Back on Track

Do you ever feel like your scrambling to keep track of your ideas, your deadlines, your time? These time management tools for writers can be a lifesaver.

Earn $24,000 Writing Just One of These in Your Spare Time

Writing e-newsletters for clients is the best way to make a consistent, predictable income as a writer… earning as much as $24,000 in your spare time from each client.

Achieve Your B2B Copywriting Goals by Doing This Every Single Day

Use this software industry technique to hit every one of your B2B copywriting goals this year, without herculean effort. It all starts with optimizing for the starting line rather than the finish line.

Is Guest Blogging a Good Strategy for Web Writers?

Guest blogging for web writers? Is it a strategy that makes sense? When you guest blog on other people’s platforms, you can accomplish two important goals.

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.

How to Use Video to Build Up Your “Know, Like, and Trust” Factor

You can use video on your website to help your clients get to know, like, and trust you faster… which means you’ll get to the close faster, too.

How to Get Past the Anxiety of Starting Your Freelance Business

Jitters and butterflies are always part of the mix when you're stepping out of your comfort zone... to start a new B2B freelancing business, to pick up a new client, to take on a new service. Follow these tips to move through that anxiety and put your best foot forward.

You Just Landed a Website Project… Now What?

When you land a website project, you’re in for a lot of fun. But also a challenge. This 8-step will help you deliver a result that thrills your client.

Your Roadmap to Conquer Mediocre B2B Content

The world is littered with mediocre, or worse, “good enough” B2B content... presenting an “awesome opportunity” for B2B writers to lead reluctant companies away from safe, “done by everyone else” copy into a world where compelling content drives views, trust, and ultimately sales.

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.

Make the Business Case for a B2B Content Marketing Strategy

Just creating a bunch of content doesn’t mean you have a content marketing strategy… focused on buyers and leveraging the buyer’s experience to move them along to purchase. Instead, use these five elements for a successful content marketing strategy.

5 Common Website Types and How to Write for Each

The first step in nailing a website project is understanding what type of website your client is using. See how to write for common website types…

Connecting Content Creation to the Customer Journey

It’s important to understand who you’re talking to when you write a piece of content. I’ll take you through the customer journey to show you who you’re talking to and what you need to be saying to them.

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