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The Surprising Benefit of Choosing the ‘Wrong’ Niche

By Mandy Marksteiner | December 4, 2018

Do you ever worry, when choosing your niche, that you might choose wrong? Here’s a story about choosing the “wrong” niche, and how that led to big possibilities.

35 Hot Niche Industries for Web Content Writing Jobs in 2017

By Pam Foster | February 8, 2017

It pays to focus your web-copywriting services on a niche industry. Look for web content writing jobs in these 35 niche industries that are trending

Reality Blog Challenge: Post-Bootcamp Update: All About the Niche

By Sherri Caldwell | November 12, 2015

Choosing a niche can be a key step in launching your freelance web-writing business. Get an inside look at the process in this Reality Blog Challenge post.

Define Your Niche By Thinking Like an Entrepreneur

By Mandy Marksteiner | April 9, 2015

Having trouble going through the process to define your niche? Maybe you need to think more like an entrepreneur. Find out why …

Should I specialize in one kind of web writing?

By Heather Robson | August 10, 2014

There are pros and cons that come with specializing in one type of web writing. Specializing positions you as the expert in a particular field; this puts your work in higher demand, and you can start charging more for your services. However, the expansive opportunity that comes with generalizing can quickly land you projects … […]

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The Reality Blog: How To Make B2B Work For Your Passion

By Mindy Tyson McHorse | April 18, 2011

Stepping further into the in-demand world of B2B web writing, Mindy reveals her secret experiment to differentiate herself as she merges her passion into her overall business plan. Today, she shares how to delve deeper into a new B2B niche — no matter what your passion is.

The “Picasso Approach” for Increasing Your Web-Writing Skills and Profit Within the Next 90 Days

By Eddie Stephens | January 17, 2011

Are you a copywriting Picasso? Learn how to find your inner-Picasso … get paid for it … and become something more than an average web writer. You’ll find out research skills, writing habits and a niche you’re passionate about combine to turn your web writing career into a work of art.

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