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Build Your Business… Grow Your Income

We’ve divided this general category into several subcategories to make your “Business life” a bit easier:

Business Basics: Learn about the things that enable you to effectively grow your business, increase your income, stay organized, and keep more of what you make in your pocket! That’s the basics of running a business, which is what you’ll be doing.

Getting Clients: Unless you’re simply building your own money-making web sites, you’ll probably want some clients to pay your way through your web copywriting life. In this category, we provide you with tips, ideas, and suggestions on how to go out there and get the best, highest paying, and most appreciative clients.

Marketing: Unlike the “Getting Clients” category, this section is more about the art and practice of marketing. We’ll provide you with ideas on how you can promote your own business to a wider audience, and give you ways that you can add value to your clients and earn a higher income by offering more services.

Working With Clients: Once you’ve got some clients to work with, what do you do next? Here, we’ll give you a hand with things like contracts, negotiation, and up-selling your services so that you can easily turn a $2,000 project into a $20,000 project!

Find the Niche that’s Right for You

By Susanna Perkins | September 2, 2010

With any business start-up, you put in the time and do your due diligence before you launch. You need to analyze whether the demand for your service exists, whether you can reach the right people, whether there is too much competition, and other relevant questions. As a freelancer, you have to go through the same process.

What Clients Want: How to Build Loyal Client Relationships from Day One

By Ann Jordan-Mills | August 31, 2010

In this special bonus report, freelance copywriter, Ann Jordan-Mills shares tips on what clients want to ensure you meet their expectations and continue to give you assignments.

Main Street Money Machines: How to Reap Heaps of Profits From Local Businesses Using Your Autoresponder Copywriting Talents

By Jay White | August 31, 2010

Recorded: August 31st, 2010
In this can’t-miss session, Autoresponder Apprentice creator Jay White will reveal his specific step-by-step strategies for tapping into one of the least pursued (yet amazingly lucrative) autoresponder copywriting markets: the local business owner.

DRIP, DRIP, DRIP … How To Increase Sales, Every Time

By Roy Furr | August 25, 2010

One of the things I’ve built my reputation on is ideas. Bringing to my clients ideas that have a good chance of increasing sales and growing their businesses. It gets me way more respect than the strength of my copy alone. And more projects, too. Today, I’m going to give you one idea that pretty much always increases sales for your clients

Roving Report: Where to Find Clients and How to Land Them

By Susanna Perkins | August 20, 2010

Joshua Boswell walked a group of Wealthy Web Writers through the process of finding clients and getting them to hire you in a recent Wealthy Web Writer event. He boiled the process down to its essentials and made it so simple that anyone can do it — even those who’ve never worked with a client before. Get the highlights in this Roving Report.

Where to Find Clients and How to Land Them

By Joshua Boswell | August 18, 2010

Recorded: August 18th, 2010
Getting clients is the #1 fear web writer’s face as they start their freelance business. Join Joshua Boswell as he shares where you need to go in order to find clients, how to approach them and the steps you need to take in order to land them.

Keep Learning, Be Persistent, and Always Be Prepared

By John Torre | August 17, 2010

Persistence, stick-to-it-ivity, and analysis paralysis… John Torre covers them all, giving copywriters advice about how to overcome the urge to learn just one more thing before getting started, about how to make the most of job boards, and about the top traits that every web writer needs to be a success.

Learn From Walt Disney’s Propensity for
“Stick-to-it-ivity”

By John Torre | August 12, 2010

This week discover more about Walt Disney’s secrets to success and how they apply to you. Walt immersed himself in his studio’s projects, always keeping a finger on the pulse of every component of every undertaking his company had going. In addition to always looking for ways to make things better, he also had a knack for seeing things through where others were ready to give up.

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