Does living in the Internet age ever throw off your perspective about how fast things should happen? Check out why a little patience can pay off in your web writing career, and also find the last week’s top articles, links to upcoming events and a strategy for marketing your lead generation incentive piece.
As web writers, we’re information hoarders. Maybe not all of us … but I certainly am, and so are most web writers I talk to. There’s a reason for this that goes beyond the desire to always know more, to always be on top of the trends, to always be ready to take anything on. Find out what it is and if it’s helping you or hurting you … plus check out Wealthy Web Writer highlights.
After a long weekend, there’s always the potential for a little extra stress. Discover some easy stress busters, and share your own favorites. Plus, catch highlights from the site, find out about upcoming events, and learn five things you can do that will get more people to sign up for your lead generation incentive.
Not many web writers wake up and think “Yay! I get to write my business plan today!” But, taking a day or two to write out your plan can provide you with a great deal of clarity about your web-writing business, and that translates into confidence. When you’re confident, you’re just easier to hire. So, get to work on your plan!
Sometimes it’s hard to ask for help, but really good things can happen when you reach out for a helping hand. Plus, check out the must-see articles from this last week and upcoming events that you don’t want to miss. And, learn a fast way to put together an incentive for your email list. These tips will help you hit the ground running.
Recorded: May 19th, 2011
If you spend the majority of your time chasing after new clients instead of cultivating your existing relationships, then chances are you’re leaving money on the table. In fact, market research shows that is costs about six times as much to land a new client as it does to land work with a previous or existing client.
Catch up on last week’s highlights including articles on how to find Site Audit clients, how to put together a video tutorial using PowerPoint, and strategies you can use for boosting your productivity. Plus, take the next steps toward setting up an efficient and effective system for capturing leads and following up with prospects … and get a leg up on this month’s Challenge while doing it.
What do you need to get started as a working web writer? When do you need to hire an accountant … a tax advisor … a lawyer? How do you plan for taxes? What do you do about contracts? If you find these questions so stressful that finding the answers is keeping you from getting started, you’re not alone. Get unofficial, stress free answers here.