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Here you’ll find resources that cover all aspects of writing for businesses. You can hone your web copy skills for B2B sites, learn more about writing case studies, or discover the world of white papers. Keep coming back, too, because if this is your primary area of interest, we’ll keep you well-informed so that you can offer more value to your customers and grow your business (and income!).
Recorded: July 24, 2018: Conducting interviews is essential for writing a strong, engaging, and effective case study. In this session, Ed Gandia reveals his secrets for doing a great interview.
Recorded: July 17, 2018: Platinum members recently submitted their Case Study Practice Assignments for a chance to receive professional feedback on them. See what works well and easy ways to make a case study stronger.
If you enjoy storytelling and you’d like to do more of it in your business, then case studies might be just the thing. This month’s practice assignment is to try your hand at writing case studies. Jump in and give it a try!
Whether it’s online or direct mail, getting people to respond to your sales and fundraising letters is the name of the game. The more responses, the more successful the promotion. So it’s important to know the small things you can do that will lift your response rates.
Whether you call them “success stories” or “case studies,” these powerful marketing tools are often under-leveraged. Find out seven creative ways you can use case studies to help your clients land more business.
If you practice writing regularly, you’ll get better over time. So, writing is essential. But there are two other things you can do that will improve your writing fast. See what they are, plus check out what’s new and what’s coming up on Wealthy Web Writer.
With all the distractions life offers these days, you need to use every strategy available to ensure people become engaged in your copy. Using selective emphasis is one way to hold a readers attention, and here you’ll find 20 ways to do it.