Web-Writing Business Model Series: How One Choice Can Change Everything

A bow and arrow with the words Niche Market and aiming at a red bulls-eye target, illustrating the pintpoint precision and focus needed to hone in on a specific market or audience

pamlouis1_edited-1Date: April 16th, 2014
Time: 5pm, Eastern Time
Topic: Business models for web writers
Presenters: Pam Foster

There are lots of ways to create your vision of the Writer’s Life. It could be your dream to work as a freelancer. Or you may want to work exclusive with a top direct response marketer. You might want to work full time or part time, from home or from anywhere in the world.

In this live teleconference event, Pam Foster joins Platinum members to discuss some of the different shapes her writer’s life has taken. During this interview, you’ll learn more about:

  • The most powerful decision you can make to put your business on the path to success
  • How to identify what options are open to you and to pursue the ones that suit you best
  • Why sometimes making a bold shift in your business model is the right thing to do
  • How to diversify your income so you’re always financially secure
  • And much more.

Join us for an insightful discussion about your options as a web writer.

This event is reserved for Wealthy Web Writer platinum members. To join us, please log in or become a member today.

Pam Foster

Pam Foster

As a certified SEO Copywriter and web content consultant, Pam is an expert on managing client relationships and has written multiple programs on landing and working with great clients.


  • Will this be recorded? I will only be able to listen live for 1-hr otherwise. Thanks in advance for the info!

  • Hi Pam,
    I absolutely understand that the pet industry could be a very satisfying niche. My two dogs agree…
    I’m a Christian writer and would like to write for the Christian market. My question: Is the Christian market too broad? If so, how does one make it more specialized?

    • Hi Retha,

      The Christian market is a big market, but there are many sub-niches you could consider. Christian publishers, christian charities, christian businesses, churches, and many others. I would recommend doing some research through various Christian business directories available online to get a feel for what’s out there and where you might want to put your main focus.

  • Hi, Pam

    I just listened to your Interview (sorry, I missed the name of your Interviewer), and it was interesting. I am really anxious to earn some money, quickly, so I am targeting November 30, 2014, as my ‘jump in’ date.

    I think my niche is the Health industry – specifically getting and staying healthy. And I like writing new, short articles. That’s why I’m interested in the E-Newsletters writing style. Can you give me the link to access the training program for E-Newsletters, so I can start immediately? I’d be very grateful. Thanks.


  • Sorry I’m late to the party! I found this recording to be very helpful . I am ready to create my website but I am having a problem narrowing my niche. I live in the heart of Marcellus territory surrounded by gas wells with driller traffic causing hotels to pop up in my community which is great economic news. I worked as a copywriter disguised as a communications specialist for a natural gas company for 10 years before my position was eliminated due to budget cuts. I was thinking of making my niche natural gas writing and taking advantage of this booming industry backed by my expertise with web and marketing writing for this niche and understanding of NGVs and CNG stations. But I had to pause when you said you jumped into financial writing only to be bored. I’m not convinced natural gas is my passion. In my former job I also worked with directors of non-profit organizations to secure sponsorships and promote volunteerism and fundraising to my employees through web posts, flyers and raffles. I think I might enjoy writing for non-profits better, but I only have 2 years experience doing that. Consequently, I have one natural gas company interested in doing business with me and one non-profit. Help! I just don’t know what to do…

    • Hi Valerie,

      First, congratulations on being on your way to landing your first clients. I’d go after them both. Get a feel for what freelancing in each area is like, what you enjoy more, and what pays better. Then use that experience to narrow your focus to what makes the most sense for you. Keep in mind, selecting a niche doesn’t have to be a forever choice. So, if you decide later on that you wish you’d gone in the other direction–or an entirely different direction altogether–you can start going in that other direction. Keep us posted on your progress!

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