It’s good to pause along your journey from time to time and evaluate where you’re at, what’s working, and what isn’t. And sometimes in that process you’ll discover the need for choosing a new niche. Tracy shares her own experience with this in her latest Reality Blog.
It’s easier to trust someone who actually walks the walk of whatever they do instead of just talking the talk. If they’ve successfully done what they’re promising to help you with, you’re more apt to believe they can get results for you, too. It’s the same with web writing. By treating yourself as your own best client, you can show your prospects you walk the walk.
Being authentic is powerful. But too many people try to manufacture authenticity. True authenticity means letting go of what people think… not trying to make them think a specific thing. Find out the questions you can ask to test your own authenticity.
Doing professional site audits gives you a way to connect with new clients, establish your expertise, line up new work… and get paid for the whole process. Here’s an inside look at how you can use site audits to grow your web-writing business.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert. Attend a networking event in a niche you’re passionate about… you might be pleasantly surprised. Here’s one story about how this kind of setting can yield great results.
Recorded: November 30th, 2017: Hear from successful copywriter Jon Stoltzfus on how he launched his freelance writing business, including how he made time around an existing job, how he approached his first client, and more.
Does the thought of talking to a prospect on the phone make you feel a bit spooked? You’re not alone. In this Reality Blog Challenge, Andrew Murray shows you his call preparation process… and shares his success with this strategy.