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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.

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.

A Simple Question That Opens Doors

Do you worry about offering unsolicited advice to a prospect or client? Here’s a low-stress, highly effective way to open a client conversation.

3 Key Lessons I Learned Going From Zero to $103,000 in 11 Months as a Writer (Part 3)

Good paying clients who value good copy — and writers — are all looking for one thing. Joshua Boswell reveals what it is, and how to ensure you have it.

3 Key Lessons I Learned Going From Zero to $103,000 in 11 Months as a Writer (Part 2)

Marketers are notoriously busy creatures. Joshua Boswell shares the key to get them to respond and give you more projects.

3 Key Lessons I Learned Going From Zero to $103,000 in 11 Months as a Writer (Part 1)

Accelerate how fast you land clients for your new writing business with this game-changing strategy. It may seem simple… but it works!

Casting a Wider Net: 5 Truths About Networking for Freelancers

Networking is a proven way to put yourself in front of prospects and can yield big results. Use these 5 networking tips for freelancers to get started.

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…

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