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.
Do you struggle to find consistent web-writing work? Do you land projects that take more time and pay less money that you want. Today, Cindy Cyr shares how you can open the floodgates to consistent, well-paying clients and cut your prospecting time in half.
The best-kept secret of B2B writing–you can handily make six figures a year and once your foot is in the door, you don’t have to do much ongoing marketing. Find out why B2B copywriting is such a hot market, what kinds of copy you’ll be writing, the four keys to success, and how you can make more than $1000 a day!
One of the quickest ways to build your reputation as an SEO expert, a top web writer, or an ace social media marketer is to get published on a relevant topic. This strategy — often called article marketing — can bring new traffic to your site, add samples to your portfolio, enhance your proposals, and build your credibility
Steve Slaunwhite gives you the goods on what business-to-business (B2B) marketers need in a web writer, so you can easily land their assignments. Find out the six things you must know to succeed as a B2B writer and if you don’t know them, what you can do to get up to speed quickly.
Roy Furr gives a 5-step process for finding and getting good clients that you can use any time you want or need a new project. Put this process into play and you’ll find your client list growing quickly and effortlessly–you may even discover you’re having fun marketing yourself.
Find out how Wealthy Web Writer member, Rachel Karl went from cracking open Jay White’s Autoresponder Apprentice program to landing four retainer clients in just two months. Also, here about her goals for the year and how you can use what she’s learned as a model for your own success.
Find out how you can increase your income by putting yourself in a more valuable position with your clients by managing their entire web project. Sid Smith employs this approach and often adds 30 percent to his project fees.