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Build Your Confidence to Land Copywriting Clients

When you’re new to client prospecting, you may not know what to say… but you can use your imagination to help. Try this powerful exercise to get started.

Your First Writing Client — in Just 6 Weeks?

What if you could land your first client in just 6 weeks? And what if you could do it in a safe, easy-to-follow, step-by-step way? Get all the details here and grab your spot (before it’s too late).

This Freelancer Landed His First Client Thanks to Bootcamp

Todd Geisen attended Bootcamp, submitted a spec assignment, and landed a freelance copywriting job with his first ever client.

5-Point Checklist to Effectively Market Yourself to Clients

A disconnect with any one of these 5 things can impact getting clients. Use this checklist to discover how you can show prospects what you’re capable of.

3 Things to Keep in Mind When Talking Money with Clients

Do you hate the money conversation? A lot of writers do. But Ilise Benun has three tips that can help you approach talking money with confidence.

The Secret Structure of an Effective LinkedIn Profile

Getting attention for your freelance writing business is easier when you follow these five tips. Enhance your inbound and outbound marketing efforts.

How to Introduce Yourself to Prospective Clients in a Professional Way

Landing clients starts with the first hello. Here’s how to introduce yourself and explain what you do in a way that makes someone perk up and take notice.

Choosing a Niche: Find Your Perfect Match for Clients and Lifestyle

Make this choice and build confidence and establish rapport with a client who can immediately recognize that you have the expertise they’re looking for.

Are You Over-Preparing Before Starting Your Copywriting Business?

Some copywriters spend a lot of time developing a lot of systems and materials — as if everything must be perfect before they can start. But it doesn’t…

4 Tips for Making Local Networking Work for You As a Freelance Writer

Have you explored the market for freelance writers in your local area. Local networking for writers can lead to several benefits for your business.

Practice Makes Confidence

When you’re learning something new, you don’t expect yourself to be perfect right away. You need one thing to “build up your muscles” and your confidence…

A 4-Part Strategy for Copywriters Who Want More Referrals

Would you rather grow your copywriting business by cold calling strangers or by having conversations with warm prospects who have been referred to you?

No Experience? No Problem. How I Snared $6,000 in Client Work My First Week as a Freelance Copywriter...

The secret to getting started when you’re looking for copywriting work? Instead of focusing on what you DON'T have, focus on what you DO. Here’s how...

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.

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.

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.

How Your Good Web-Writing Clients May Be Holding You Back

Going from good clients to great clients means first recognizing that there are clients out there who are a better fit. Here’s how to update your mindset…

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.

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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