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Say Yes to Opportunity… and Then Figure It Out

If you want to create more opportunity as a writer, you need to start saying yes to opportunity… even if you’re inexperienced. You can figure it out!

How to Have a Successful Freelance Career with a Mental Illness

If you live with a mental illness, you may wonder if freelance writing is viable for you. It can be. Read this inspiring story of one writer’s success.

5 Easy, Low-Stress Steps to Hone Your Negotiation Skills

Strong negotiating skills can help you build your web-writing business faster. If negotiating makes you nervous, these five steps will help you improve.

Empathy and Writing – How to Connect with Readers

Learn to combine empathy and writing to create copy and content that connects with readers, builds trust, and ultimately drives action.

13 Web Writing Marketing Seeds You Can Start Planting Now

If you want your web-writing business to grow, you need to begin planting your marketing seeds now. This will lead to a steady stream of clients later.

Social Media – Diversification Is Key

Social media diversification is crucial to running a healthy business. If you put all your eggs in one social media basket, they could disappear overnight.

The Writer’s Information Packet Challenge

Take this challenge and put together your freelance writer’s information packet. Then whenever a prospect asks for more information, you’ll be ready.

Three Secrets to Build a Business You Love

Building a freelance business is great. But building a business you love is even better. Here are three secrets to get you started…

How to Set Realistic Goals and Find Time to Achieve Them

Achieving goals boils down to two things—setting realistic goals and them setting aside time to work on them. Here, you’ll find useful tips for doing both.

5 Accessibility Writing Tips to Empower Your Clients’ Sales

When you write more accessibly, you can increase the results you deliver by 25% of more. Use these accessibility writing tips to improve your work.

Choose a Marketing Method to Try for Your Business

When it comes to marketing your writing business, doing some trial and error is useful. Here, you’ll find five different marketing methods you can try.

9 Marketing Experiments You Can Use to Grow Your Business

Do you avoid new marketing strategies because you fear they’ll fail? Try doing experiments instead. Here are 9 marketing experiments to get you started.

Taking Your Web Writing from Side Hustle to Full Time Income

Are you a part time writer hoping to become a full-time writer? See this freelance web writer’s six-step plan for going full time.

3 Tips to Get Speaking Gigs that Will Build Your Business

Public speaking at events where your target audience will be is a smart way to get clients. Find out how to get speaking gigs.

Quarterly Checkups Keep the Fire Lit Under Your Goals

Having goals to work toward helps ensure your success. It’s even better when you review those goals regularly. Use quarterly checkups to stay motivated.

Building a List of Prospects for Your Web-Writing Business

Consistent marketing is easier when you have a list of prospects. Learn a smart system for building a list of prospects for your business.

5 Ways to Use Case Studies to Market Your Web-Writing Business

Looking for creative ways to market your web-writing services. Case studies build your credibility and demonstrate your expertise. Get creative with them.

5 Ways to Renew Your Enthusiasm for Writing

Are you stuck in a rut with your writing? It’s not writer’s block. You’re just not enjoying it. Try these five ways to renew your enthusiasm for writing.

How B2B Companies Use Social Media and How You Can Help Them Do It Better

B2B companies are tapping into the power of social media, big time. See how you can help your B2B clients on social, even if they have a “boring” product.

Business Challenge: Finding Your Business “Love Match”

Looking to upgrade your clients? Take this six-step, one-hour challenge to identify and build a list of perfect fit clients.

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