If you’re in business for yourself, then you need to set some boundaries. Boundaries will help you achieve 9 important goals in your writing business.
Lots of things about running a freelance web-writing business can be scary. So, are you scared? If you are, here’s one way to make the fear fun.
Turning pro, adapting a professional mindset about you web-writing business, is a critical step toward success. Jim Wright shares what it means to turn pro.
Hard decisions are often fraught with emotion, and we worry we’ll regret whatever choice we make later. Use these tips to make the right choice.
New freelancers ask three questions: How do I find clients? What should I charge? And am I ready to be a web writer? Find answers to the third question and gain the confidence to launch your career.
Many A-list copywriters routinely use checklists to make sure their copy is as strong as possible. A checklist can be used as a job aid that reduces the risk of mistakes and oversights, and ultimately improves the quality of the work you deliver to your clients. Read on to find tips for creating and using checklists in your web-writing business.
The legal side of writing for the web is something every freelancer should at least have a basic knowledge in. This next step in your 12-Step Roadmap covers key legal guidelines and then offers advice on how to handle recession worries, incorporation questions, and tax issues.