Some of the best writing tips hide in plain sight, and sometimes all the best resource for writing tips is a little shake up in your routine so you see themRead More
The articles, videos and other content you’ll find in this section are all geared toward getting you off and running as quickly as possible.
Within this general category, you’ll find content in the following sub-categories:
Choosing a Niche: This is where you’ll go to figure out if you want to write for the B2B market, learn about SEO, build your own money-making web site, or make a fortune writing eMail campaigns…
Roadmap Tutorials: Find video and written tutorials on things like the basics of Search Engine Optimization or how to create and promote a Wordpress blog like this…
Ask Us: Ask your web-writing questions and get answers directly from the Wealthy Web Writer team and from industry experts.
Select your primary area of interest, then start to drill down to learn more about each niche until you’ve selected your future as a web writer!
Audience research is key to writing stronger copy. When you’re focused on a niche, regular research into your industry will keep you at the top of your game. Use these four tips to get started.Read More
Summer is practically here. Longer days. Sunshine. Outdoor activities. Barbecues. Vacations. Have you adjusted your schedule for extra fun? Here are some summer schedules that give you extra time to do your favorite things.Read More
Recorded: May 23rd, 2017: Want to create a web-writing business that is both lucrative and rewarding? Check out these cause marketing case studies to see how some writers do it.Read More
When approaching prospects on social media, there are some basic, common sense steps to take. Otherwise you risk annoying the person you’re reaching out to.Read More
As a freelancer, you can’t overlook self-care. You have to take time to sleep well, to relax, to have fun. And when you’re sick, you have to take time off.Read More
Few things feel better than completing a project. But don’t skip the project review. Use a step-by-step process to decide what went well and what to improve.Read More