Rebecca Matter and Heather Robson Are on the Hot Seat

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Date: February 28, 2019
Time: 12pm, Eastern Time
Topic: Business Building
Presenter: Rebecca Matter, Heather Robson

In Wealthy Web Writer’s most recent Challenge, members were asked to:

  • Look into different goal-setting methods.
  • Pick one method and use it to set their own goals for 2019.
  • Write up the story of their year — everything they anticipate doing to reach their goals and how things will unfold.

From the submissions, a single winner was selected to write an article for Wealthy Web Writer and to participate in this Hot Seat Call.

Introducing Rebekah Mays

Rebekah Mays, our Challenge winner, has set a big financial goal for herself this year. She’s gotten specific, figured out the tasks she needs to complete her goal, thought about her most likely obstacles, and planned to overcome them.

And now she gets to quiz AWAI’s President, Rebecca Matter, and Wealthy Web Writer’s Managing Editor, Heather Robson, on how she intends to put her plans into action.

During these Hot Seat calls, the member gets to ask anything they want about web writing and succeeding as a freelancer. Rebecca and Heather will share their best insights in response.

Join us to hear the answers to questions like:

  • What’s the best way for a beginning freelancer to land clients?
  • What are the most important things to consider when choosing a niche?
  • What are the secrets to getting repeat business from clients?
  • What’s the best way to structure your day for maximum productivity?
  • And much more.

Hot Seat calls are always fun, always exciting, and always jam-packed with ideas to give your own web-writing business a boost. Join us!

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  • Hi Rebekah,
    My two bob’s (five cents) worth. You sound like you’re in exactly the same position I was in 6 months ago. “Do I pursue my copywriting business or focus on my Money-Making website”?
    I found it was physically (and mentally!) impossible to do both. Choose one and concentrate 100% on that. If you don’t, you’ll be forever pulled between the two and both will suffer.
    I guess it depends on how quickly you need income. Copywriting will bring in the $ quickly, while a Money-Making website can take a while to get established.
    And remember, a Money-Making website is an excellent lead-in to potential clients. You’re showing prospects you know their industry, and your MMW is a great sample “page”!
    Whichever you decide, choose one and go with it.
    Just my thoughts. Hope this helps.
    Regards, Andrew

    • Hi Andrew! Thanks so much for your thoughts. I can see that a MMW will take a while to start earning money from, since it’s important to write great content and build traffic first. Luckily it seems pretty fun. 🙂

      Right now my main goal is to prospect to actual clients for my copywriting business… but as I do that I’m going through Nick’s program and doing the research so that I can get set up sooner than later.

      I do know what you’re saying about choosing one … luckily these two are very intertwined, so I suspect anything I do on my MMW will support the copywriting business, directly or indirectly.

      The thing I did realize was that long-form sales writing doesn’t really support my goals right now. So I think I will focus less on that in the coming months, and stick to the Running Copywriter and the MMW for now.

      So it’s not one as you recommend … but at least it’s not three!

      all the best!

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