One of the most important decisions to make, after deciding who you’ll serve and what you’ll offer, concerns your professional website platform and hosting. Susanna Perkins helps you make this decision easier in this edition of Tech Corner.
Liz Farr, an accountant-turned-copywriter, has enjoyed a lot of in the last two years. See how she landed her first client and what she’s been doing to grow her business — strategies you can use as well.
Writing a lead magnet for your business can help you bring in new prospects, build relationships, demonstrate your authority, and ultimately land more projects. Check out this review of sample lead magnets to get ideas for your own.
You can learn a lot about your target audience with just a little internet research. In fact, the research possibilities today are better than they ever have been. That’s good news for writers!
When it comes to writing, the more your practice the better you get. That’s true for blog posts, too. Get some ideas for your own blog post practice in this review of blog post submissions.
Lead magnets can provide a steady source of income for your web-writing business in two ways — use them to build your own email list, and then offer the same service to clients. See what goes into creating a great lead magnet…
Choosing a niche can be just what you need to start gaining traction with your web-writing business. See the top things to consider when choosing a niche as well as some of the hottest niches right now.
Writing PPC ads can be fun and you’ll see results quickly — just be prepared to experiment. In this write up, see a review of sample PPC ads, including what they are doing well and how they can be stronger.