Writing Winning Copy for Your Professional Web-Writing Website

Heather RobsonDate: September 29, 2015
Time: 3pm, Eastern Time
Topic: Your Website
Presenter: Heather Robson

You’re a web writer. That means you need a website. Your clients and prospects need to see that you believe in what you’re doing enough that you do it for yourself, too.

In this webinar event, learn what to include in your website and how to make sure it makes the best first impression possible to your target audience. During this session, we’ll talk about …

  • Your homepage and what it absolutely must include.
  • Your About Me page and why it may be the most important page on your site.
  • Whether or not you need a blog.
  • What makes for a good portfolio page.
  • And much more.

Join us for this live event and take the first step toward marketing yourself as a web writer.

This event is reserved for Wealthy Web Writer Platinum members. To listen to the playback, 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.


  • hey I’m not going to be able to make the live viewing now due to my GED classes scheduled M-F 8am-Noon (PST). Will there be a replay? I’m so disappointed that I’m missing it, but I need to do this for my personal goal of accomplishment! Please let me know if there’s a replay or not?

    • Hi Amy,

      This will be recorded and the replay will be posted here on the event page. That usually goes up within 72 hours of the event.

  • I am nerves about the whole thing and I am brand new to this. I am not sure where to start or how to get there. It always seem that most writers already have clients and/or already have a functional website. I have neither, and I have no idea where to start or how for that matter. Any, help that you can give would be greatly appreciated. Sadly, do to my currently work schedule I may not be able to attend the event but I am greatly interested and I shall be looking for he replay. Thank you in advance, and thank you.

    Very Respectfully,

    • Every writer started out without clients or a website. It can definitely be a little scary, but it’s totally normal. I think this event will give you a scaled approach to putting together and launching your website–an approach that feels, well, approachable 🙂 And we have many resources on the site to help you come up with some good strategies for landing clients.

  • There seems to be some confusion with the link to join. It links to a webinar that indicates it will be held October 29 (Thursday). However, the above lists September 29th. Which is it? Thanks.

    • Thank you, Anne. We have events planned for both dates and the access instructions got switched. It’s fixed now!

  • This presentation was well-organized and well thought out. Great content, easy to follow visuals, as well as good examples makes this webinar helpful for newbies, as well as anyone looking to do a bit of an overhaul on an already successful site. Thank you.

    PS: There was a question about transcribing… just thought I would forward a link to a Chrome plug in that provides transcription (with some human input)… Very helpful. https://transcribe.wreally.com/

  • Just now listened to the audio and used the downloaded slides for reference. Took lots on notes inside the PDF and will listen to the audio many more times to get a very good idea of what a first-class site needs to look like and its content. Outstanding presentation Heather.

  • Heather,
    It was a great presentation. It was clear and specific. My question is this. I already have a website to promote the books I have written. I have written books on healing your memories and improving your memory. Do I need a separate website for Web Writing or can it be incorporated into my current website Phenomenalmemory.com?

    • Hi Frank,

      I’m glad you enjoyed this. If you are going to be targeting your writing services to self-help and memory businesses, then it would make sense to incorporate the two. If not, I would do a separate site.

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