Archives for Marketing

Looking for new clients? Want to help your existing clients with their online marketing?

In this section, we’ll provide you with useful tips on both how to market your own business and how you can provide added value to your clients … And, of course you know that added value means increased income!

Reality Blog: An Experiment with Pinterest Advertising… And a Surprising Bonus

By Andrew Murray | April 12, 2019

Andrew Murray shares the results of a small experiment he did with Pinterest advertising… one that had an unexpected bonus — a surprise boost to their Pinterest profile.

3 Ways to Grow Your Web-Writing Business with Podcasting

By Tracy Clement Wilson | February 13, 2019

There’s no time like the present to get into (and cash in on) podcasting. You can share your web-writing knowledge through these programs in a few different ways… and it’s a great way to connect with potential clients.

Video Editing

How to Create an Introduction Video for Your Web-Writing Site… Even When You’re Shy

By Kimberly Weitkamp | February 6, 2019

Want to get a head start on this huge trend in search and marketing? A quick introduction video that you use on your site is an easy way to begin. It’s fun. It’s easy. And you don’t even have to appear on camera!

Reality Blog: How I Turned a Simple Survey Into Two Day’s Work

By Andrew Murray | February 1, 2019

Have you ever taken a simple task and made it complicated? It’s easy to do when you’re trying something new on your website. You decide to just an one more thing, and then things go south…

Roving Report: About Us Practice Assignment Review

By Susanna Perkins | January 25, 2019

Writing an About Us Page can be complicated. There aren’t any hard, fast rules. The page needs to convey personality while still keeping the user’s needs at the fore. See how fellow members tackled this type of project.

Reality Blog: How I Learned About My Tribe, and How You Can Too

By Andrew Murray | January 25, 2019

Getting to know your tribe, your audience, is essential whether you’re writing for a Money-Making Website or writing content for a client. Follow these four steps to figure out who you’re writing to and what they’re interested in.

LinkedIn Profile — Getting Out There — Practice Assignment Brief

By Wealthy Web Writer | January 18, 2019

Of all the social networks out there, LinkedIn is the most geared toward business. Which means it’s a good place to be as a freelance writer. Work on your own LinkedIn Profile as part of this month’s Practice Assignment.

How to Find Your Perfect Work-Life Balance on Social Media

By Michele Peterson | December 19, 2018

Finding your social media balance when it comes to what you post on your personal profiles versus your professional ones is key. When you do it right, you’ll receive more referrals and attract clients who are a better fit.