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.
To write good copy that flows from your fingers, you need to connect with core desires. But, we’re not just talking about what your prospects want. Find out how to tap into your own core desires and reap true, lasting success as a web writer.
Copywriter Joshua Boswell is fond of saying, “Big doors swing on small hinges.” And he’s right. It’s often little things — simple truths, small discoveries — that lead to the biggest breakthroughs in your career. Today Roy Furr shares with you one of those simple truths I learned — one that I think can make a big difference in your web copywriting career.
The word for the week is shortcut. Last week Cindy Cyr, Mindy Tyson McHorse, and Roy Furr all gave you shortcuts to writing better copy and landing clients. Some view shortcuts as a form of cheating, but really they’re just systems that you put in place to help you work faster and smarter. A well-used shortcut can lead to more effective results and bigger paychecks.
Use these three quick freelancing rules to make sure you keep your clients happy.
There are thousands of companies that share a common problem … Their website is nowhere to be found when a potential customer searches the Internet for a product or service similar to the one they offer. You can earn $750 per page doing SEO copywriting to help them get found.
Do your clients like working with you? Are you the person they call first when a new project comes up? If so, in addition to being a good writer, you’re probably easy to work with. If not, use these seven tips to increase your repeat business.
Writing autoresponders may be the easiest way to land a new client. Follow along with Rebecca and Michael Masterson’s advice to make your offer irresistible.
If you’re looking to make your copy more effective and persuasive, understand the RIGHT way to take advantage of shortcuts. There’s a certain copywriting blueprint you must always refer to. If you don’t your copy is likely to be ineffective even if you have a great shortcut to work from. After nailing the fundamentals, and only after that, shortcuts will make your job much easier — and probably more rewarding!