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To Impress Any Copywriting Client, Ask These 5 Surefire Questions

Use this simple tactic to stand out from the crowd as a professional. It will get your client talking about their marketing needs… and how you can help.

B2B Content Can Make Your Writing Dreams Come True

B2B content writing is the ideal market for you to earn a good living. Here is a list of B2B content types and fees, so you can get started on your dreams.

3 Reasons Why You Must Become an Email Copywriter RIGHT NOW (If Not Yesterday)

Now is the best time to hang out your shingle as an email writer. Email expert Jay White looks at three reasons why this opportunity has never been bigger.

Now Hiring: 20,079 Email Copywriters

If you’re looking for a writing specialty with thousands of job openings, Jay White has the answer. Here are three things you can do to get started.

You Could Easily Earn $1,500 to $3,000 Writing These Projects

His winning proposal netted him a check for $50,000. Here’s how you can win by taking on email writing projects. (They pay $1,500 up to $3,000.)

Writing Email Messages: The Gateway Opportunity

Writing short, fun emails is the easiest way to start getting paid. Then, something unexpected will happen and you’ll always be busy…

How to Land More Paid Writing Gigs! 5 Things Clients Look For…

Besides solid writing samples, clients are going to look at non-writing factors too. These five traits have a big influence over how much business you get.

5 Small Things that Can Lead to Daily Progress

Feeling stuck on how to move forward in your writing business? Doing these five simple things daily can help you make progress toward your goals.

How Liz Farr Skipped the “Beginner” Stage of Copywriting Without Having to Hustle

Liz Farr adopted an easy tactic when she was getting started, which enabled her to leapfrog over any new copywriter ‘growing pains.’ You can use it too!

The Victory Strategy Used by an Almost-Millionaire Writer

One strategy could help you earn big success as a respected writer, and it’s easily found when you know where to look. Use this tactic to make big strides.

His Weird Idea Started a $1 Billion Business (Use These Same 5 Traits to Build Your Writing Career)

Five traits you can learn from Guy Laliberté, the man who turned Cirque du Soleil into a $1 billion business. Use them to grow your writing career.

8 Key Insights about Writing from Award-Winning Author Becky Masterman

Rising star author Becky Masterman talks candidly about the joy of writing, and shares insights on promoting your book once it’s accepted for publication.

4 Simple Strategies I Used to Get My First Copywriting Jobs

To launch your copywriting career, you can use strategies you’re most comfortable with. Here are four examples one AWAI member used to get her first jobs.

What Freelance Writing Clients Do and Do NOT Need from You

Businesses of all sizes are looking for freelance writers. Yet if you’re new to working with clients, you may have questions about their expectations.

Two Insider Secrets to Success as a Content Marketer

Don’t waste time trying to persuade a prospect to use the type of content you write. Instead, combine these secrets for greater success and ongoing fees.

3 Steps to an “Unfair Advantage” as an Online Copywriter

Online copywriters can use three unique tactics to give them an advantage in their freelance business. Brian Clark explains how to get started…

6 In-Demand Content Projects That Offer You Steady Writing Income

These six in-demand content projects are needed by businesses large and small and offer you the chance to generate steady writing income.

A Surefire Route to a Steady Writing Income

Follow this trend, and take advantage of the vast scope of this growing opportunity. You can keep very busy writing simple projects that marketers need.

The NO Big Bang Theory — 4 Reasons Why Every Prospective Client Should Have a Newsletter

No marketing tool is more effective for clients than this one. Here are four parameters for why it works and why you should offer them to clients also.

Writing E-newsletters: Three (Really Good) Reasons to Offer These to Clients

One simple skill can set you up in a writer’s life with predictable, consistent paychecks, and a fun and easy workload. Your inbox holds the key.

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