Monthly Member Update – Top Retainer Projects

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Date: April 6, 2020
Time: 3pm, Eastern Time
Topic: Retainer Projects
Presenter: Heather Robson

You’ve probably heard of the feast or famine cycle. It’s something a lot of writers go through. You spend all your time marketing, bordering on desperation for work, and then you land several projects all at once. You spend your next weeks working like madman, trying to get everything done and to do it well.

And then it starts over again. You shift from stress because you don’t have work to stress because you have too much work.

There’s a very easy way to break this cycle. Focus on landing more retainer agreements.

During this live webinar, Heather Robson will talk about the benefits of retainer agreements, how they’re structured, and what the best retainer projects are. She’ll also share ideas on how you can land those projects. Plus, she’ll:

  • Highlight the top new content on Wealthy Web Writer
  • Give you a peek at what’s coming up in April
  • And answer your most pressing questions about freelance web writing

Join us for this fun, informative event!

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  • I had an artists website for 10 years; 1996-2006. My business partner looked after the business and I provided artwork. This was great , but I found I would get more commissions then actual selling art on a regular basis. As well, I often would be hired for individual art lessons. This proved very popular. I wrote the majority of the content and had various people read it prior to publication. My main reason for this brief bio is that I did this with a full time teaching job to prevent the feast /famine scenario. Thanks for the continued support. God Bless.

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