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!
Sometimes it’s better to set big, lofty goals and to go as far as you can toward achieving them than it is to set safe, pedestrian goals that are easy to accomplish.
If the marketing habit you’re trying to create is big and daunting, it’s harder to make it stick. It helps if you shrink them down into micro-habits… ridiculously easy steps that you can then build on.
Project meetings can be essential to maintaining momentum and communication… but they also derail easily and can end up being a waste of time. Here’s how to make your meetings are useful and productive.
Learn to be a better listener and life will become much easier. You’ll be able to write better because you know what your client expects and what your audiences wants. You’ll also be more enjoyable to work with because your clients and colleagues will feel valued by you.
Having a peer group of writers provides so many benefits to your freelance web-writing career, it’s almost hard to keep track of them all. From making friends to sharing ideas to getting feedback… your writing peer group is worth its weight in gold.
Do you ever put off important tasks, or wait until the last minute to start a big project? If so, you’re not alone. Everyone falls victim to procrastination from time to time. Here’s why it happens… plus six things you can do to break your procrastination habit.
When it comes to building your writing business, one of your first challenges is landing clients. And then once you do, delivering for your clients while still finding time to market yourself becomes your next challenge. Follow these steps to stay on track…