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!
Writing and identity go hand in hand for many web writers. What would your life be like if you lost the physical ability to write? Andrew Murray explores that question in a moving Reality Blog.
Recorded: March 8, 2019: Your brain needs training just like your muscles do. During this webinar discover brain workouts to improve focus and productivity. Plus we’ll talk about top content, upcoming events, and more. Join us!
Do you have a checklist for each of your writing clients? Something you can refer to that lists their preferences and helps you make sure you haven’t missed anything important. Inside, you’ll find some ideas for building checklists to keep you at the top of your professional game.
Recorded: February 28, 2019: In this Hot Seat interview Wealthy Web Writer member Rebekah Mays quizzes Rebecca Matter (AWAI President and founder of Wealthy Web Writer) and Heather Robson (Managing Editor) about her business goals and how best to reach them.
When things don’t turn out how you’d hoped, do you look for the reasons why? Reflection is good, but how you do it is important. Make sure you’re noting making a critical mistake…
Can a simple change give you a massive boost in productivity. Andrew Murray shares an easy change he made that has increased his productivity out of sight. When he sits to write, he’s able to focus and get in the groove much faster… and he’s not distracted while writing.