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When You’re a Freelance Writer, You’re in Charge of Your Time – Manage It Like a Boss

When you’re a freelancer, making the most of your time becomes more important than ever. Learn to balance your time at work for steady growth.

Feeling Disorganized? 5 Tools to Get You Back on Track

Do you ever feel like your scrambling to keep track of your ideas, your deadlines, your time? These time management tools for writers can be a lifesaver.

Is Guest Blogging a Good Strategy for Web Writers?

Guest blogging for web writers? Is it a strategy that makes sense? When you guest blog on other people’s platforms, you can accomplish two important goals.

How to Use Video to Build Up Your “Know, Like, and Trust” Factor

You can use video on your website to help your clients get to know, like, and trust you faster… which means you’ll get to the close faster, too.

You Just Landed a Website Project… Now What?

When you land a website project, you’re in for a lot of fun. But also a challenge. This 8-step will help you deliver a result that thrills your client.

Updating Your Website: How Often and What Makes the Most Impact

How often do you update your freelance web writing website? Use this guide to updating your website to keep your business in ship shape.

5 Common Website Types and How to Write for Each

The first step in nailing a website project is understanding what type of website your client is using. See how to write for common website types…

How 5 Thriving Copywriters Found Riches in Their Niches… and How You Can, Too

In these interviews with five niche copywriters, you’ll see how choosing a niche can set you on the path to earning a better freelance income.

Using Virtual Networking to Make a Name in Your Niche

Sometimes, even when there isn’t a global pandemic to worry about, it still isn’t practical to travel for networking. That means learning effective approaches to virtual networking can pay ongoing dividends to any writer… now and in the future.

How to Be Everywhere in Your Niche

Want to attract the attention of prospects within a certain niche? Learn how to be everywhere in your niche. You’ll build your authority and your contacts.

The Anatomy of a Well-Niched Freelance Website

Creating well-niched freelance website can bring more and better clients your way. Use these three examples of niched websites for inspiration.

The Secret to Writing Emails People Will Open and Read

Overall, the average email open rate across all industries is just 32%. Make sure you fall into the one in three that are getting opened and read.

Marketing with Purpose – Figure out the Why of Your Marketing

Stop choosing marketing strategies for your web-writing business because you feel like you “should” do them. Start marketing with purpose instead.

Expand Your Services to Existing Clients for an Income Boost

When you expand your services to existing clients, you’ll land more projects with less effort… and see a big boost to your web-writing income.

The New Authority Builder Few Web Writers Use

Podcast marketing is a new authority builder for web writers. And you don’t even need your own podcast to benefit from this new media trend.

An Easy 3-Part Social Media Marketing Plan for Web Writers

Social media marketing for web writers is a fun way to attract new clients… but you have to respect the medium you’re in. Here’s how in 3 easy steps…

LinkedIn Prospecting: Here’s H.E.L.P.

Discover a natural approach for client outreach. No “cold” sales messages. No hype. See how you can use LinkedIn prospecting to grow your client base.

Want to Write Faster? The Art of Quieting Your Inner Editor

If you want to be a faster and better writer, then you must learn how to quiet your inner editor. Here are three strategies to help you succeed…

20 Essential Email Marketing Stats Copywriters Need to Know

These email marketing statistics represent a golden opportunity for web writers to help clients in a tangible way… and to get a foot in the door.

Why You Need an Email List — Even If It’s Just One Person

There are four reasons why you need an email list… and that doesn’t even count making more money. Discover the arguments for building your list.

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