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!
Being a writer means doing a ton of reading. So one easy way you can save time and be more productive is to learn to be a faster reader.
Measuring your progress along the way is key to becoming a better writer. If you don’t check in from time to time to see how you’ve improved, you set yourself up for self-doubt. There’s one time when it’s especially useful to take stock…
As a web writer, you have so many options in front of you, so many ways to build your business. Should you tackle more than one at a time? Or should you put all your eggs in one basket?
When you make agreements with yourself rather than imposing rules on yourself, you can make bigger progress toward getting the things done that you most want to do.
Choosing to become a freelance writer isn’t the easy option. There’s hard work and uncertainty to contend with. It requires discipline and confidence. But the rewards… totally worth it.
The secret to getting more of what you want might be as simple as asking the right question… or even asking the same question in a different way. Switch up how you ask about what’s going wrong, and watch how more stuff starts going right.
As Wealthy Web Writer’s new Reality Blogger, Andrew Murray is accountable to you. Find out what his web-writing plans are for the year, how he hopes to achieve them… and your role in the process.