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These resources, covering a wide variety of important topics, are free to access for everyone who is interested in becoming a successful freelance web copywriter.

3 Magical Words to Use When a Client Wants to Argue

By Michele Peterson | February 19, 2020

Sometimes you and your client will disagree on the best approach to a project, or part of a project. Running marketing tests is the smart solution.

Member Update — Who Are You Talking To?

By Heather Robson | February 18, 2020

Turn your content marketing into something amazing by making a simple shift in how you talk to your audience.

Cultivating a CEO Mindset for Steady Growth in Your Writing Business

By Jen Phillips April | February 12, 2020

When you’re running your own writing business, it pays to have a CEO Mindset. With this mindset, you understand the importance of regular self-assessment… see how to become your own CEO.

Multiply Your Writing Revenue by Making Your Content Multilingual

By Wealthy Web Writer | February 11, 2020

Translating your copy into multiple languages is one of the the easiest and most cost-effective ways to extend your reach, expand your audience, and increase your revenues.

Member Update: Show Up

By Heather Robson | February 10, 2020

The real secret to success as a freelancer? Figure out what you’re going to do, and then keep showing up to do it.

How to Talk to Your Niche

By Heather Robson | February 5, 2020

Choosing a niche will narrow your focus and make marketing easier. But it’s only the first. Once you choose your niche the next step is to figure out how to talk to your niche…

Working like a boss

Member Update: Never Do This

By Heather Robson | February 3, 2020

When it comes to managing deadlines, there’s on thing you should never do. If you manage to avoid this, you’ll enjoy a freer schedule and less stress.

Women practicing stillness on a dock

More Clarity and Meaning Through Stillness

By Timothy Geiger | January 29, 2020

In our media-rich, over-stimulated society, it’s hard not to be exhausted. The Practice of Stillness can bring more meaning and focus to your work, to your relationships, and to your creative moments.

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