Since April, Pam Foster’s already successful copywriting business has taken off like a rocket. In fact, she’s had so much work, she hasn’t even had time to follow-up on some prospect mailings! How did Pam suddenly get so busy? She did something scary. She followed some advice we’ve all heard over and over again. She picked a niche and committed to it 100%.
“Business-to-Business” simply refers to businesses that sell products or services to other businesses, rather than to consumers. B2B companies use the Web extensively to sell their products and services. Their websites generally include separate sections for each product, and there are lots of pages to be written, which is good news for web copywriters.
Business in general has changed radically in the past few years. This affects all sorts of individual businesses, including copywriting. Bob Bly has identified 10 unstoppable trends. Some are good for copywriters, some not so much. If you’re prepared for these changes, then you won’t miss a beat on your path to success.
Whether you’re starting your business or restarting it in a new direction, Nick Usborne shares some marketing tips that can help you get it off to the best start possible. Review these twelve tips in this Roving Report and discover how you can make the process of landing clients easier instead or harder than it needs to be.
Did you know that search is the second most popular online activity? Social media has overtaken it, but search still drives a huge amount of traffic to websites. In fact, search engines are indexing more than two million new websites each month, so it’s important to that you do SEO and SEM right.