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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.

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WIIFM As a Web Writer

By Michele Peterson | November 13, 2019

If you don’t define your WIIFM as a web writer, it’s easy to become distracted and not do the things you need to. A clear purpose will drive your growth.

Member Update – A Big Writing Project

By Wealthy Web Writer | November 12, 2019

Recorded – November 12, 2019: November is the hallmark month for big writing goals. In this month’s Member Update, we’ll look at three big writing goals that could transform your career.

Member Update – Two Sides of Hard Work

By Heather Robson | November 11, 2019

Do you have a healthy view of hard work? Or are your ideas about hard work interfering with your success? The answer might surprise you…

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How to Balance Web Writing with Your Day Job (or Other Commitments)

By Christina Gillick | November 6, 2019

Do you struggle to balance web writing with your day job? How can you meet your business goals when you can’t find the time? Use these tips to move you forward.

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Member Update: Your Personal Mission Statement

By Heather Robson | November 4, 2019

Do you have a personal mission statement? Something you can use to keep your focus on what’s really important to you… and also that will keep your choices in alignment with your values.

3 Ways to Write a Story Lead That Will Hook Your Reader Fast

By Heather Robson | October 30, 2019

Weaving a story into your copy or content can make it more engaging and drive better results. These 3 story leads will help you open strong…

Member Update: Act As If You’re There

By Heather Robson | October 29, 2019

What’s your next level of success? Whatever it is, make the decision to adjust your perception of yourself and how you present yourself now… as though you’ve already achieved it.

A Simple Question That Opens Doors

By Kathy Giegel | October 23, 2019

Do you worry about offering unsolicited advice to a prospect or client? Here’s a low-stress, highly effective way to open a client conversation… one that will feel natural and can effortlessly open doors.

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