An Interview with Successful Copywriter, Liz Farr

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Date: June 27, 2018
Time: 12pm, Eastern Time
Topic: Launching your business
Presenter: Liz Farr

In the past two years, Liz Farr’s copywriting business has been growing like gangbusters. She’s picked a niche, landed clients, been featured in some pretty cool publications… and so much more.

In this interview, Liz shares with Wealthy Web Writer members how she manages her time, how she finds clients, what she does to sharpen her skills, and what she credits with her success.

Listen in to hear about:

  • How choosing a niche can put you on the fast path to success.
  • How Liz landed her first client.
  • Liz uses publishing and networking to attract more business than she can handle.
  • And much more.

If you need ideas for moving your business forward, or just a shot of inspiration, you won’t want to miss this event.

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  • I really appreciate Liz sharing her journey into copyrighting especially from an Accounting and Business background. I am from a similar situation and have gotten some good ideas about my future options from this interview. Her insight into how she could explore other venues just by finding out what companies need is an excellent way to expand your service offering. Plus, she seems to really enjoy her writing career. That is good to hear. Seeing Accounting and Business from a different perspective was like a new world for her. Thank you for sharing Liz.

  • I really enjoyed this interview. My niche is business and primarily education. I’m a retired teacher who has experience in business also. I couldn’t find a way to tap into education copywriting. Schools and colleges have their own faculty, and those educators can certainly write for the school. Now I know that I can tap into industry publications and perhaps write for those organizations. I also liked the idea of posting articles on LindedIn. It’s a good way to connect with other educators. Conferences are another choice. I live two hours away from New York City, so I could perhaps find conferences there.

    Thanks Liz. You gave me a lot of food for thought.

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