Archives for Getting Started

The articles, videos and other content you’ll find in this section are all geared toward getting you off and running as quickly as possible.

Within this general category, you’ll find content in the following sub-categories:

Choosing a Niche: This is where you’ll go to figure out if you want to write for the B2B market, learn about SEO, build your own money-making web site, or make a fortune writing eMail campaigns…

Roadmap Tutorials: Find video and written tutorials on things like the basics of Search Engine Optimization or how to create and promote a Wordpress blog like this…

Ask Us: Ask your web-writing questions and get answers directly from the Wealthy Web Writer team and from industry experts.

Select your primary area of interest, then start to drill down to learn more about each niche until you’ve selected your future as a web writer!

Reality Blog: How Not to Pitch Potential Clients

By Suzanna Fitzgerald | April 9, 2021

When sending ideas to potential clients makes sure you avoid these pitch email mistakes. They’ll lead your prospect to hit the delete button fast.

Member Update: The Root of Your Procrastination

By Heather Robson | April 5, 2021

If you procrastinate, there is likely an underlying reason you put certain things off. And it’s probably not because you’re being lazy. Try this trick to figure out why you wait…

Climbing a colorful staircase

Reality Blog: My “Candy Wrapper” Secret to Concrete Success

By Suzanna Fitzgerald | April 2, 2021

When you get that bogged-down feeling and don’t know how to move forward, try using manageable tasks and concrete markers to help you get unstuck.

Writing ideas on post-it notes

Member Update: Nagging Little Things

By Heather Robson | March 29, 2021

Low priority items. We’ve all got them on our to-do lists. They’re those nagging little things that bother us every time we’re reminded of them… Here’s a better way to handle those things you keep putting off.

Working from anywhere, even the floor

Reality Blog: Good Enough for Government Work

By Suzanna Fitzgerald | March 26, 2021

When it comes to making progress, even the best laid plans can go a little off track. The key is to celebrate the progress no matter what shape it takes… and to recognize not everything has to be perfect.

Member Update: Using Looping Lists

By Heather Robson | March 22, 2021

Recurring tasks tend to accumulate, and they can feel like they take up your whole schedule. Try looping to do lists for managing recurring tasks.

Reality Blog: Become a Lightning Farmer

By Suzanna Fitzgerald | March 19, 2021

Even if you don’t know when, where, how, or even if you’ll ever use an idea, make the effort to write it down, because you just never know when a writing idea will turn out to be one of your best.

Roving Report: The Year of the Writer

By Susanna Perkins | March 19, 2021

Writing niches and specialties can make it easier to find clients and also increase your value their eyes. See which will work best for you: a niche, a specialty, or a combination.

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