November 2019

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Living The Writer's Life: Cyndee Davis

Cyndee Davis is the perfect example of someone who chose the writer’s life because it married her passion for writing to a comfortable income. Since making that decision, she’s done a terrific job of carving out a writer’s life she can really enjoy, complete with a niche she loves, daily rewards, and her own writing “uniform.” Find out how she’s using her writing skills for large-scale projects with a big payoff.

The Welcome Mat of the Writing World

Your writing skills are in-demand. They’re a measurable service that can be ordered and delivered. Use this tactic to open up the world of paid writing.

5 Creative Ways to Craft Your B2B Copywriting Elevator Pitch

Stand out from the crowd at networking events by having a creative elevator pitch for your B2B copywriting business.

A Quick and Easy Way to Earn $2,000 Per Project

Site content audits are easy to do, pay very well, and are much in-demand from clients.

Define Your WIIFM as a Web Writer

If you don’t define your WIIFM as a web writer, it’s easy to become distracted and not do the things you need to. A clear purpose will drive your growth.

Site Content Audits Set the Stage for Lucrative Client Relationships

Use this approach to set the stage for more writing fees. These examples show how this tactic worked to get in the door and create long-term relationships.

A Handy Site Audit Checklist for SEO and Content Writing that Works — And Leads to More Projects

A paid Site Audit is a gateway to new writing projects. Use this checklist to diagnose weaknesses on your client’s website. Then, get paid to fix them.

The Easiest Way to Collect $2,000 in Fees

Helping clients improve their websites is easy when you use a proven checklist. In return, they’re happy to pay you up to $2,000 for a Site Content Audit.

Get Paid $2,000… And Open the Door to Endless Moneymaking Opportunities with Clients

Get paid to write a proposal?! Discover how to do it… and then get paid again to do the writing work too. Establish your value as a strategic partner.

How Site Audits Can Lead to Long-Term, High-Paying Freelance Work

You can charge $2,000 for site content audits… but that’s only the start of the money you can make in this niche.

Living the Writer's Life: Joe Lilli

Joe Lilli has one of the most inspiring stories around. Because not only did he launch a thriving, well-paid writer’s life once, he’s in the process of doing it again. Read his story to understand how persistence, resilience, and the right contacts led to a writing career that is snowballing in steady growth.

Land More Writing Projects, Earn More Money

One simple idea can set you up to make more money from each copywriting client. Adopt this tactic and make life easier for you and your clients.

5 Productivity-Boosting Tips for B2B Copywriters

Boost productivity in your B2B copywriting business with five can’t-fail tips to keep you focused while working from home.

7 Key Pieces of a Successful Copywriting Business

Learning strategies from many instructors — the very ones they used to build successful careers — has helped Liz Farr build her writer’s life. Here’s how…

How to Balance Web Writing with Your Day Job or Other Commitments

Do you struggle to balance web writing with your day job? How can you meet your business goals when you can’t find the time? Use these tips to move you forward.

How Chad Molyneux Used Content Marketing to Build a Six-Figure Fitness Business

Use content marketing to build your business — and your client’s — when you follow the steps Chad Molyneux used successfully. Here are some of his methods.

Get a Retainer Contract Valued at $5,000 a Month

Content marketing is needed by businesses of all sizes. Follow these 5 tips so you can earn huge fees as a content writer and create your writer’s life.

How to Make Even More Money from the Content Marketing Trend

Content marketing offers a variety of well-paid projects for a content writer. Plus, you can make even more money when you step up to this in-demand role.

5 Reasons to Start Your Writer’s Life Today

As a writer, you’re in control of your career. Yet, many people put off getting started. Jon Stoltzfus explains why he wishes he would’ve started sooner.

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