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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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7 Steps to Turning in Work Clients Love

By Michele Peterson | March 27, 2019

You work hard to land a project. And when you finally do, that’s when the real work begins. Use these seven steps for turning in work your clients will love

Member Update: The Power of Themes

By Heather Robson | March 26, 2019

Setting a monthly theme for your writing business can have a powerful effect. It can make your progress more meaningful and more memorable…

Use This Client-Ready Checklist to Write Web Content Like a Boss

By Pam Foster | March 20, 2019

Whether you’re new to writing web content or you’re a well-established web writer, this checklist can help you boost your professional game.

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How to Localize Your Copy for International Clients

By Wealthy Web Writer | March 19, 2019

If you plan to reach an international audience, you need to start thinking about writing your copy for translation. There are some key aspects to keep in mind that will make it easier for your copy to be translated without losing its core meaning.

Member Update: Planning a Break

By Heather Robson | March 18, 2019

One of the caveats of running your own business is that it can be hard to plan a break… especially if you work with clients on retainer. Here are few tips to help you get the time off you need.

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Achieve Your Dreams Faster by Being a “Just-in-Time” Social Media Writer

By Nick Usborne | March 13, 2019

There’s one writing skill which all but guarantees you a continuous flow of income from every client you work with. And it puts you in daily (or near daily) contact with your clients, which makes you invaluable to them.

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Member Update: Cultivate Your Curiosity

By Heather Robson | March 11, 2019

Are you a natural curious person? If you are, that’s excellent. It’s a trait that’s very useful to writing and business. But if you’re not, here’s how you can change that.

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Is Kitchen Sink Syndrome Killing Your Productivity?

By Heather Robson | March 6, 2019

You’ve heard of Shiny Object Syndrome. But what about Kitchen Sink Syndrome? If you’ve got it, chances are it’s killing your productivity. Find out if you’ve got it and what you can do about it.