Archives for Heather Robson


Managing editor of Wealthy Web Writer, Heather has over ten years of content marketing and development experience.

What every web writer needs to know about submitting copy to a web designer

By Heather Robson | April 4, 2012

When you submit copy to a web designer for publication online, you have the opportunity to show your professionalism. Submitting a properly formatted document makes your web designer’s life easier. And, that can lead to more projects from referrals and repeat business.

15 Minutes to Fame: Your Project Notebook

By Heather Robson | April 2, 2012

Do you keep a project notebook? If not, find out why you should. Plus, discover new content on Wealthy Web Writer, including posts to help you make better use of Twitter, become a more success guest blogger, and write stronger closing copy in your promotions. Also, get self-promotion advice from the experts.

15 Minutes to Fame: The People Around You

By Heather Robson | March 26, 2012

You can learn big life lessons from the stories that people tell you. Whenever you meet new people or visit old friends, pay attention to their stories. You might come away with some big ideas about your web writing business. Plus, read on to learn about new content on the site and upcoming events.

15 Minutes to Fame: Spring Break — It’s Not Just for Kids

By Heather Robson | March 19, 2012

If you haven’t taken a vacation from work in a while, it’s time you made time for yourself. Find out how this helps your web writing career. Plus, catch the latest must-read content on the site, find out about upcoming events, and check out an innovative and fun way that you can draw more traffic to your site.

Putting LinkedIn to Work

By Heather Robson | March 15, 2012

Recorded: March 15th, 2012
After three months of steadily using LinkedIn, Heather Robson shares her results.

15 Minutes to Fame: Try Everything, But …

By Heather Robson | March 13, 2012

There’s no shortage of information for you to process as a web writer. Different specialities, new media, emerging trends, various niches… It’s a great plan to try on new things to see how they suit you, but if you have a hard time settling on a niche, try the tip inside to see if it helps. Plus, find out about a new change to Google and how you can work with it.

15 Minutes to Fame: Taking Stock After Web Intensive

By Heather Robson | March 5, 2012

After Web Intensive, it’s time to reflect and use what you’ve learned to take action that will build your career. That’s true for any event or big learning experience. Find out the steps you should take to ensure you’re making the most of your investment. Plus, check out recent site updates and find out about upcoming events.

Lost in Transition: Stop Hamstringing Your Productivity

By Heather Robson | February 29, 2012

Whether you try to do two things at once (update your calendar while talking on the phone or work with the TV on in the background, for example) or bounce between activities a lot (write a paragraph, check your email, look at a web page, check your email, write another paragraph, etc.), you’re hurting your ability to think clearly.

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