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What Clients Look for in a B2B Copywriter

One of the easiest ways to create recurring monthly writing income is to become a B2B copywriter. Here are six foolproof guidelines for getting started.

How to Get Your Prospect to Say Yes to Your Offer

Every prospect reading your sales letter is having an internal conversation on whether to pull out their wallet or not. Here’s how to get them to say yes.

Watch These Clues Closely — You’ll Know You Are Onto Something Big

Being a great copywriter isn’t just about being a good writer. It’s about coming up with good ideas. Use these clues to help you come up with a Big Idea.

The Difference Between Good Sales Copy and Bad

Use this 12-question checklist from legendary copywriter Clayton Makepeace to determine whether you’ve written great sales copy.

How Binge-Watching Netflix Shows Can Help You Capture Your Prospect’s Undivided Attention

If you’ve ever binge-watched Netflix, you know how much time you can spend watching TV. Use that same concept to get prospects to binge-read your letter.

12 Ways to Work a Room and Land More Writing Assignments

You’ve heard it before, you can get clients by attending networking events. And if you use these 12 tips for working the room, you’ll make it worthwhile.

Know Your Audience and You’ll Nail the Right Headline

When you know your audience, you can craft eye-catching headlines that work. Learn the NEW way to write winning headlines and game-changing subject lines.

How You Answer This Question Determines the Fate of Your Big Idea

Writing a sales letter is easy. The difficult part is coming up with the Big Idea. Answering this question will determine the strength of your Big Idea.

How the Sweet Spot of Email Marketing Will Make You More Money

The sweet spot of email marketing is about frequency. The more your client emails customers, the more sales they’ll make and the more money you’ll earn.

Four Strategies to Get Unstuck When Writing Headlines

Every copywriter gets stuck trying to write strong headlines but these four proven techniques will get you unstuck — fast.

Why You Need to Know about the Dark Side of Email Marketing

How do you ensure your email sales copy reaches a customer’s inbox and isn’t marked spam? Best-selling author James Veitch talks spam in an epic TED Talk.

What Law Books Could Teach a Copywriter

The best way to use proof elements in your copy is to follow the “Persuasion Chain” technique, created by A-list copywriter John Forde.

The Income Secret AWAI Has Known for 20 Years

Low-paying jobs have become the new norm in America but you can escape this altogether by pursuing a career as a well-paid and well-trained copywriter.

This Niche is Growing Giving You the Chance to Earn Handsome Fees as a B2B Copywriter

There are different copywriting niches you can pursue, but B2B isn’t one you should overlook, because the jobs and the fees make it worthwhile.

This is One of the Best Writing Tools for Determining Short vs. Long Copy

A-list copywriter Bob Bly created one of the best writing tools to help you determine whether the length of your copy should be long or short.

Here’s How to Generate Steady Income Writing for Information Publishers

Information publishing expert Dan Kennedy shares how you can turn what a client needs next into steady income.

Graffiti Artist Reveals Secret to Successful Copywriting

Graffiti artists have a lot in common with successful “A-list” copywriters, starting with their keen sense of curiosity.

These 12 Copywriting Projects Can Make You Unbelievably Rich

When you know how to write the 12 most in-demand copywriting projects, your income can rapidly soar.

Use These Three Automated Steps to Get Clients on a Regular Basis

Expert writing coach and mentor Joshua Boswell shares his three-step proven automated system for getting clients, which means more writing income for you.

Clients Will Hire You Over and Over Again if You Know This One Secret of Copywriting

There’s one way to earn handsome copywriting fees and it isn’t about how well you write.

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