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Funnel Basics: How Acquisition Funnels Translate Into Constant Writing Work
June 17, 2015 (06:25:45 am)
As a writer, you can be paid to create every part of an acquisition funnel. See what parts translate into what kinds of copy.
Funnel Basics: What Are the Key Parts of a Marketing Funnel?
June 16, 2015 (06:06:41 am)
Funnels have several key parts that make them work. Learn these parts and you’re well on your way to making a great income building your own funnels.
Funnel Basics: Why Acquisition Is So Important to Your Clients
June 15, 2015 (06:33:09 am)
Funnels are a booming trend for marketers, since they address the #1 problem for most firms – connecting with new customers profitably.
How to Understand Ryan Deiss’s 5-Part Sales Machine
February 13, 2015 (11:29:26 am)
Ryan Deiss has spent millions building an email sales system that works. Learn his system’s 5 core principles to create a win-win for you and your clients.
The Basics of Successful SEO for Copywriters
February 12, 2015 (10:59:22 am)
Even though search engine optimization can seem mysterious, Heather Lloyd-Martin shows that it’s really just good, thoughtful writing.
4 Tips From Nick Usborne for Better, More Effective Websites
February 11, 2015 (06:04:58 am)
Improving websites begins by focusing on what visitors want. Pinpoint that and then deliver it for dramatically improved results.
The 5 Core Principles of Content Writing Success
February 10, 2015 (10:53:59 am)
Achieve greater success as a web writer by building quality relationships with prospects, rather than using typical interruption-based marketing tactics.
How You Can Use Site Audits As a Key to Winning Long-Term Clients
February 09, 2015 (11:50:46 am)
Site audits are easy to complete and highly valued by clients. Plus, these lucrative projects are the perfect path to new long-term writing relationships.
How It’s a Wonderful Life Teaches You to Push Your Boundaries
December 26, 2014 (06:47:17 am)
What great idea or vivid dream are you holding back? Give yourself permission to put it down on paper… and make the commitment to share it with others.
Don’t Overlook the Potential of “Throw-Away” Projects
December 25, 2014 (06:38:36 am)
If you give unusual projects outside your niche a chance, just as Crosby and Bowie did with their Christmas duet in 1977, you never know where it might lead.
Why Saying “Yes” to Unusual Tasks Can Lead to Writing Success
December 24, 2014 (06:30:48 am)
Say “yes” to opportunities! Even if a proposed project is outside your niche, it could have the potential to lead to the biggest hit of your writing career.
What Writers Can Learn From the Grinch
December 23, 2014 (06:24:17 am)
Just as Theodor Geisel (a.k.a., Dr. Seuss) discovered one grumpy morning, as writers, we have the potential to use our most challenging moments as inspiration.
Making Your Deadlines a Success-Generating Gift
December 22, 2014 (06:11:54 am)
The pressure of a looming deadline can actually be a great gift, just like it was for author O. Henry, who created the Christmas classic, The Gift of the Magi.
Make Your Willpower Work for You…
October 03, 2014 (06:42:04 am)
Discover a special tried-and-true way to ensure you make dramatic forward progress on your personal projects and goals in the shortest amount of time possible.
The Easy Way to Block Distracting Temptations
October 02, 2014 (06:24:16 am)
We all have distractions that tempt us as we work, causing us to be less productive. Here are some online tools to make it easy to stay focused and on task.
The Secret Power of Tomatoes for Writers…
October 01, 2014 (06:17:57 am)
This technique isn’t fancy, and it may even sound a bit silly. But it’s an effective way to organize your time by tapping into some pretty advanced brain secrets.
Why it’s Good to be a “Chunky” Writer…
September 30, 2014 (06:12:39 am)
Jen Adams shows you how to reclaim up to 40% of your productive power each day, using an easy “brain hack” organizer that helps you get more done in less time.
An Extra 100 Words in Just 10 Minutes…
September 29, 2014 (10:38:25 am)
The faster you are at this particular skill, the more productive you’ll be as a writer. That means happier clients, faster paydays and, of course, more free time!
Go Where There’s Business to Be Had …
May 30, 2014 (06:29:02 am)
Once you make the mindset shift to stop dreading “networking” and simply focus on building real connections, amazing things happen.
How to Change “Follow Up” to Friendship
May 29, 2014 (06:19:30 am)
Go beyond "following up" with potential clients and copywriting peers. You’ll be amazed who you come to count on as your closest writing companions.