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When you're a freelance web writer, you wear a lot of different hats, from head marketer to chief administrator to CEO. Learn tips and tricks you can use to get more done.

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Reality Blog: Taking Stock of Our Subscriber List — What Needs to Change

Is your website or brand (including social media) set up to capture email addresses? Is it working for you? Here are some things to consider as you take stock of your email subscriber list.

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Member Update: Saying Thank You

It’s that time of year, when reflecting on the people you’re grateful for just makes sense. Think about who has helped you this year… and then say thank you.

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Reality Blog: On the Hunt for Passive Income — Do We Finally Have a Solution?

What role does email play in a plan for passive income. A BIG one. Andrew Murray shares his plans for taking his Money-Making Website to the next level.

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Three Big Benefits to Choosing a Niche

When you choose a niche, your business will enjoy three big benefits. Learn what they are and how they’ll help you succeed as a freelance web writer …

Roving Report: Your Email Questions Answered

Jay White shares five tips for landing email copywriting clients, plus you’ll find your email questions answered when you click through.

Business Journaling… the Secret to Web Writing Success?

Business journaling is a strategy web writers can use to get more organized, to become more creative, and to please clients better. Find out how…

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Creating an Effective Website for Your B2B Writing Services

Recorded: April 12th, 2012Steve Slaunwhite reveals his tips and insights for setting up and maintaining a successful website for your B2B writing services.

Proven Public Speaking Secrets that Savvy Web Writers Can Use to Land More Clients!

Recorded: November 30th, 2011
Speaking expert, Peter Fogel, shares his tips for becoming a better public speaker and how to leverage that skill into more clients.

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