10 Rules for a Successful and Rewarding Web-Writing Business

Heather RobsonDate: September 18th, 2014
Time: 2pm, Eastern Time
Topic: Freelance Success
Presenter: Heather Robson

There are as many different ways to run your web-writing business as there are people in the world. But some things work over and over again no matter who uses them. In this live event, Heather Robson rounds up 10 things that every web writer should be doing to increase their bottom line and to enjoy their business more.

If you’re interested in streamlining your business, earning a bigger income, and having more time for non-work-related activities, join us to find out…

  • Why your message matters and how to go about crafting that will strengthen your business and get you excited about it all over again.
  • How to talk about yourself and what a difference this one skill can make to your freelance business.
  • What Marketing Maintenance is and why it is so important for your business.
  • How to spot an opportunity.
  • And so much more.

You’ll come out of this event with an arsenal of tools that will make you a better, more successful, and happier freelance web writer. Don’t miss it!

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

Heather Robson

Heather Robson

Managing editor of Wealthy Web Writer, Heather has over ten years of content marketing and development experience.


  • Very nice presentation, Heather! I really liked the way you mixed in your personal experiences to illustrate your points throughout. That made what you had to say seem very real, and doable, even for us beginners.

    I’m finding it hard to state my WHY in specific terms. One of the things that turns me on about writing content is the potential variety of topics. I love to learn new things and researching new topics is fun! Variety really is my spice, so I’m not sure how to nail down my WHY. That makes it hard to find focus in a big picture kind of way, so I’m at a loss on how to start marketing my writing skills.

    I’ve just started the Accelerated Copywriting Program and could use a little help on how to find my focus.

    Thanks again for sharing your insights!

    • Hi Lizzy … I love variety, too. And I understand how that can make it tough to find your WHY. But a why doesn’t have to be topical. It can also be process-oriented. Your why might be, “I love helping clients from every field imaginable bring the best content possible to their target audience.” Taking a broader approach means you have to work a little harder on the marketing end of things, but for some folks it just works better.

  • Heather, thanks for a great Webinar discussion. I am going to listen again to get the rest of the deeper value.

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