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.
When you set work goals, you set them (hopefully) with the idea of making other parts of your life more fulfilling. Earning a six-figure income may see like a fine goal in and of itself, but you’ll be more likely to stick to it if succeeding is tied to your deeper values. Find out what you can do to put a little more oomph behind your goals while adding a little more fun to your life.
Keyword research is the foundation of SEO. Popular keyword research tool will get you excellent information about what people are searching for, but there’s a problem … and it’s a big one. The search numbers you get are only for the past 30 days so you don’t know if searches are increasing or decreasing.
Something as small as changing a few words in your headline can make a profound difference in the success of an online promotion. If you aren’t testing your web copy, you may be missing out on a chance to increase your web writing income as well your reputation. By showing your clients hard proof of the difference your writing makes you put your career on the path to success.
If the idea of “testing copy” sounds a little foreign to you, you’ll enjoy today’s Reality Blog. In it, Mindy takes on Roy Furr’s challenge to learn more about testing copy. Follow her step-by-step through the process of setting up a Google Optimizer test. What she learns might very well lead you to higher fees with an increased understanding of marketing jargon. Read on!
There’s more to success that setting goals. You do, without a doubt, need a clear and specific goal with a roadmap to help you get there, but if you’re struggling with being productive during the day that can derail your progress. Inside find links to Wealthy Web Writer articles that can help you get more done and check out Heather’s favorite tips for boosting your productivity.
Find out how Mindy was able to roll a typical two-hour project into fifteen minutes … all for the same pay. It’s definitely something you’ll want to add to your arsenal of web-writing services, being that it’s fun, pays well, and the need is about to spread like wildfire among online clients (especially those in B2B!).