Marketing


If you don't let your potential clients know what you do and what services you offer, you'll struggle to succeed. Here, you'll find marketing strategies you can use to attract the clients you love.

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Member Update: The Importance of Being You

You are your best Unique Selling Proposition. It doesn’t matter if there are a dozen other people writing in your niche. None of them are you! So, don’t be afraid to let your personality shine through in your writing.

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Member Update: Questions to Help You Hone Your Marketing Message

Learn how to shape a marketing message you’re excited to put out there in front of your prospective clients. When you do, you’ll find the whole client-landing process becomes much, much easier.

Popular Selections

Freelance Your Way to Freedom on Two Blogs a Day

Making money as a freelancer can be easier than you think, especially if you focus on entry level, paying gigs to start. Just look at the math.

How to Fill Your Empty Blog

A blog is one of the best ways to attract potential clients and generate project leads. Learn a straightforward approach to setting up and maintaining your blog including ways to keep a steady flow of blog content ideas.

Skyrocket Your Web-Writing Career Using This One Simple Idea That Landed Me Zig Ziglar

Do you struggle to find consistent web-writing work? Do you land projects that take more time and pay less money that you want. Today, Cindy Cyr shares how you can open the floodgates to consistent, well-paying clients and cut your prospecting time in half.

Featured Marketing Events

5 Self-Promotion Techniques Every Entry-Level Web Writer Should be Using

Recorded: April 18th, 2012Learn five ways you can begin promoting your web writing services even if you don’t believe you know what you’re doing.

What Marketers Want: An Interview with Katie Yeakle

Recorded: March 22nd, 2012
An interview with Katie Yeakle, AWAI Executive Director, shows freelance writes what marketers are thinking when they hire.

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