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How Adding This Simple Service Can Lead to More Freelance Work

You can help improve business websites and boost the number of projects you get from each client you land.

Easy At-Home “Gateway” Writing Project

Doing Site Audits gives you a way to connect with clients, establish expertise, line up new work… and get paid, twice. Plus, it’s a “gateway” to more work.

Newsletters — More Important Than Ever in Our New Reality

No marketing tool is more effective for clients than this, especially now. Here are 5 parameters for why it works and why you should offer them to clients.

Why Now Is the Time to Join the Professional Writers’ Alliance

This organization offers a huge library of copywriting trainings and career-building resources, as well as tools for attracting clients, an exclusive job board, and more.

20 Ways to Stand Out As a Professional Web Copywriter in 2020

As a web copywriter, you need to make it easy for clients to say yes to hiring you. One way to do that is to stand out from other web copywriters…

3 Ways to Earn Steady Writing Income Month After Month

Retainers let you command good, predictable fees (even as a newbie) and open the door to other projects. Rebecca Matter reveals her 3 top retainer options.

3 Words That Will Land Your Next Client

Ready to land your next client? Then there’s a simple principle you need to know that will help you accomplish that. See how it works…

How to Identify the Best Small Business Prospects

While the majority of small business owners need your help with their marketing efforts, only a minority knows it. Here’s how to know which ones to pursue…

If You Want to Write for Small Businesses…

To get paid to write, all you have to do is find people who need your copywriting services. Starting with this target audience is perfect for new writers.

How to Talk to Your Niche

Choosing your niche is an important step. But, what comes next is even more important… You need to figure out how to talk to your niche.

Now Hiring: 11,023 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.

A Simple Question that Equals a Steady Stream of Writing Clients

Here’s how to turn daily conversations with random, never-gonna-buy people into a steady stream of potential clients for your freelance writing business.

Who’s Your “Magic 500?”

To build your business, focus your time on this productive, predictable, enjoyable marketing method. It’s counterintuitive to common advice, yet it works.

How Having a Process Boosts Your Confidence… and Your Client’s, Too!

That first conversation with a prospect can be nerve-wracking… but it doesn’t have to be. Use a client intake process, and land clients with confidence.

A Simple Action to Land Clients

When it comes to landing clients, simpler actions are better. They’re easier to stick with and follow through on. Jen Phillips April shares a simple plan.

Choose Your Writing Niche by Playing to Your Strengths

Choosing your writing niche seems straightforward enough but it’s a step where many writers get stuck. Here’s a 3-step approach to find what fits for you.

3 Elements to a Strong Marketing Foundation

A strong foundation for your writing business is made up of 3 things. Discover what they are and how to implement them, so you can enjoy ongoing success.

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.

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.

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