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Google’s Search Journeys — What You Need to Know

Google works hard to improve user experience. One recent innovation is Google’s Search Journeys… and it means new opportunities for you as a writer.

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.

‘Marie Kondo’ Your Job for Better, More Joyful Work

Do you consider your freelance work joyful? If not, see what changes you can set in motion that will bring more joy and purpose to your work.

6 (Almost) Foolproof Strategies for Meeting Deadlines

Meeting deadlines is a key part of running a successful business. If you struggle with completing projects on time, these 6 strategies will help.

How to Write an Email Newsletter to Support Your Writing Business

Learn how to write an email newsletter that will build relationships between you and potential clients and help you fill your project pipeline.

How Event Marketing Can Boost Your Writing Fees

Help your clients land new customers or increase your own client base with mini-event marketing. You’ll earn great fees while have a good time.

An Untapped Web-Writing Opportunity You Don’t Want to Ignore

Many companies are turning to infographics to create unique, visually interesting, useful content. And this creates a new writing opportunity for you.

Your Web-Writing Business Isn’t a Drive-Thru, So Stop Being an Order-Taker

When your clients hire you, they are paying for your expertise. So start presenting yourself as an expert consultant. Use these 7 tips to start.

3 Ways You Can Leverage Your Copywriting Skills for Bigger Income

You can earn money offering your copywriting skills to clients or you can leverage your copywriting skills to increase your income in other ways.

Why You Need a Great Email Newsletter for Your Writing Business

Do you have a great email newsletter for your writing business? Email newsletters are a powerful marketing tool and a natural fit for writers.

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.

How to Find a Mentor to Help You Grow and Go Further, Faster

So you want to find a mentor? That’s a smart move, but it isn’t easy. Fortunately, you can enjoy big benefits from mentoring alternatives.

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.

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?

Time for Recess: Supercharge Your Writing Career by Taking Time to Play

Play is not just for kids. We all need it. Taking time to play replenishes energy, refreshes creativity, and can be a big boost for your writing career.

Finding Clarity for Writing – A Three-Step Process

If you start writing on an important project before you have clarity, you’ll struggle… and probably procrastinate. Go through these 3 steps to find clarity

How to Create Your Own Client Satisfaction Process

You want happy clients who are eager to come hire you, again and again. Establishing a client satisfaction process helps make that happen.

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…

How to Grow Your Business by Becoming a “Gift Horse”

Giving gifts to clients can help you grow your writing business. See four big benefits you’ll enjoy when you start giving gifts to say thank you.

A Stress-Free Way to Build Quality Content: The MoSCoW Method

What if there were a simple method to beat Writer’s Block while increasing your writing output? One that led to the creation of quality content faster?

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