Your 12-Step Roadmap To Becoming A Well-Paid, Working Web Writer: Module 5

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Landing Your First Client

Time To Start Marketing Your Web-Writing Services

This is where things get exciting. If you’ve been following this roadmap, then you should have the following things already in place:

  • A home support system and a solid grasp on how to take advantage of the Wealthy Web Writer support system (Module 1)
  • A solid understanding of the fundamentals of writing good web copy (Module 2)
  • A chosen area of web-writing expertise to use as a launching point for your business (Module 3)
  • Your own professional website, up and running (Module 4)

With all those things in place, you’re ready to land your first client. First off, we want you to watch these two webinars for a good overview on finding and landing clients:

Best Places For Web Writers To Find Work

Next, you need to know where to find paying clients.

On one hand, potential clients are virtually everywhere. Pretty much any business or service provider needs a targeted online presence. In fact, at the end of 2010, eMarketer announced that online ad spending was up 13.9% to a whopping $25.8 billion. More incredibly, online spending has overtaken spending for newspaper ads, which dropped 8.2% in the past year.

This tutorial is reserved content for Wealthy Web Writer platinum members. To continue reading so you can discover more about landing your first web-writing clients, please log in or become a member today.

Mindy Tyson McHorse

Mindy Tyson McHorse

Executive Editor for The Barefoot Writer, Mindy McHorse writes for clients in the biz-opp, alternative medicine, and self-help world.

3 Comments

  • Just a quick note to let you know the link for “Getting Clients When You’re Just Starting Out” webinar is broken. It goes to a Page Not Found error message.

  • Hi. New to AWAI. I purchased a membership in order to take this 12 step course. Where is everybody?
    Curtis

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