Recorded: April 6th, 2010
Join Pam Foster on April 6th for a ONE hour webinar to see exactly how she conducted a strategic audit of her client’s web content (for a handsome fee), and then got paid to write the improved copy across several pages.
There is no reason that as a web copywriter, you can’t also be a web master too. Find out how you can add value to your copywriting clients and increase your web fees.
Recorded: March 26th, 2010
Sid Smith will talk with Johnny Truant about his story of going from not making a penny online a year ago to now seeing a few five-figure months in his business. We’ll discuss what worked for him, and what didn’t. We’ll discover how he managed to throw away the chains of “supposed to” and simply have fun on the way to building a profitable business.
Rebecca Matter tackles the one question that always gets asked, and never gets answered: “How much should I charge for my web copywriting services?: Find out if your under charging for your services by reviewing her handy dandy pricing guide.
Online marketing is not complicated … although there are alot of marketers and “experts” out there who do their best to make it seem complicated. Roy Furr strips down the nonsense, and gives you a simple forumula you can use to get your clients better results online AND command higher fees as a web writer.
You’ve just gotten a great referral to contact a potential new client. It’s in a niche you’re very comfortable with and it’s a great opportunity for decent money. You send out a great proposal… and then you wait. And wait. What’s your next step when a hot prospect goes suddenly cold?
To be a successful freelance, being organized is essential. The right customer relationship management program can help you become more organized and productive and may even land you more projects. John Wood reviews four options.
SEO Copywriting is an important and lucrative niche. Sid Smith shows you the basic ropes of writing good SEO copy and on-site and off-site optimization techniques, and how to communicate the importance of what you do to your clients.