Web-Writing Business Model Series: How to Make Yourself a Partner

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Joshua Boswell photoDate: April 8th, 2014
Time: 2pm, Eastern Time
Topic: Business models for web writers
Presenter: Joshua Boswell

There are many ways you can get paid as a web writer. You can ask for an hourly rate, charge project fees, or even earn royalties. You can set up retainer agreements, do consulting work, or act strictly as a writer. One of the most lucrative arrangements you can make is to receive a percentage of the profits that you help bring in for your client. That’s what Joshua Boswell does and in this live teleconference, he talks about how you can do it, too.

Join us to learn more about:

  • Identifying high quality clients who will pay what you are worth.
  • Structuring payment agreements to maximize your profits
  • Expanding your role — and your value — with your clients
  • Managing clients and their expectations
  • And much, much more.

If you want to increase your earning power, you do not want to miss this event. Be sure to join us.

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Joshua Boswell

Joshua Boswell

As a sought-after copywriter who has grown his business from nothing to more than six figures in less than 12 months, Joshua teaches other writers how to successfully market and position themselves.

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