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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.

Writing Short, Powerful Emails that Inspire Action

By Roy Furr | December 15, 2010

One of the most lucrative skills you can have as a web writer is the ability to write emails that get a response. These types of emails aren’t those pages-long sales letters that go out through email… they often run only 150 to 1000 words, but they can have a tremendous impact the success of any marketing campaign.

15 Minutes of Fame: Manage Your Stress

By Heather Robson | December 13, 2010

During the holiday season, stress can build are more demands on your time. And, there are hard deadlines facing you, not just for your work projects, but for family events, too. It can feel like you’re buried under all the extra things you need to do. One great way to keep the stress to a minimum is to look for small things you can do for your career that deliver big returns.

The Reality Blog: 11 Things You Didn’t (But Should) Know About Blogging

By Mindy Tyson McHorse | December 10, 2010

If you doubt, the profit potential of blogs, Mindy hopes she’ll be able to change your tune. Blogging is one of the most effective ways to convert visitors on your website. Find out the top 11 tips for making sure your readers either convert to subscribers or clients. And, REMEMBER: today is the last day to opt in to the final Wealthy Web Writer Challenge of the year!

The Reality Blog: How Making Connections Earned Me $97,800 (So Far) This Year

By Mindy Tyson McHorse | December 8, 2010

Building on great tips from the Wealthy Web Writer e-letter, Mindy shares a valuable truth about why she was able to break her income ceiling this year. It’s a lot simpler than you’d expect and it makes your job as a web writer much more enjoyable. Read on to learn the secret.

How To Make 2011 Your Best Year Ever

By Roy Furr | December 8, 2010

No matter where you are in your copywriting career, the art of making connections and building relationships can help you shape your career into the dream you want it to be. Roy Furr offers some clear advice on how you can strengthen your network and benefit more from your connections by doing just a little something extra every week.

15 Minutes to Fame: Recovering From Vacation

By Heather Robson | December 6, 2010

Finding ways to leverage your time, skills, knowledge and experience can make your road to success so much easier. Today, check out the Wealthy Web Writer resources published in the past two weeks that will help you find ways to earn more money with less effort and discover five ideas for how you can leverage your time and skills.

The Reality Blog: Don’t Let The One-Size-Fits-All Myth Stop You From Web Writing Success

By Mindy Tyson McHorse | December 1, 2010

Worried that you’ll never make it as a web writer? If your worry is tied to the fact that you’re not comfortable promoting yourself in all the “typical” ways, rest easy. Uniqueness is the name of the game in web writing, and making sure you move forward in a way that feels right for you is crucially important. Read today’s blog to find out why.

4 Secret, Non-Traditional Paths To Self-Promotion

By Mindy Tyson McHorse | December 1, 2010

Self-promotion can be the hardest part of being a web writer. For most of us, learning the fundamentals of good copy is enjoyable. Sitting down to write is pure bliss. But, telling others we’re excellent at what we do and that they should pay us for our skills is about as fun as scrubbing tile grout. So, what do you do? Where’s the happy medium that brings you success without personal agony?

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