Archives for Getting Clients


3 Pitches to Send by Email… Every Day

By Heather Robson | September 23, 2020

If you don’t have as many paying projects as you’d like or your calendar has openings coming up, use these email pitches to land new writing work.

Using Questions to Identify with Customers and Ramp Up Sales

By John Torre | September 3, 2020

A sale is often made or lost based on the questions you ask. If you aren’t landing all the projects you want, start by evaluating the specific wording of the questions you’re asking.

Roving Report: 5 Ways to Pitch Yourself to Clients

By Susanna Perkins | August 14, 2020

Learning the art of sending a project pitch to a prospect can take you from struggling writer to one with plenty of work and income. These five approaches to pitching will get you off to a great start.

Monthly Member Update – When They Call You

By Wealthy Web Writer | August 3, 2020

Recorded: August 3, 2020: What do you do when a client calls you? Here’s how to settle your nerves and have a productive call… one that will likely lead to you landing a project.

Monthly Member Update – Opening a Conversation

By Wealthy Web Writer | July 8, 2020

Recorded: July 8, 2020: Looking for low-pressure ways to keep your marketing up and running and your client pipeline full. You’ll learn five low-stress methods here.

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The Art of Pitching a Project

By Heather Robson | June 18, 2020

Recorded: June 18, 2020: Whether you’re trying to land a new client or looking to line up work with your existing clients, knowing how to pitch those projects can make a big different in your confidence… and in your success rate.

Roving Report: Ditching the Niche to Get More Clients, Faster

By Susanna Perkins | May 22, 2020

Do you need a different approach to niching yourself? Jay White encourages writers to ditch their niche and try this instead…

Member Update: Reaching the Right People

By Heather Robson | May 18, 2020

If you want to land more clients faster, it helps to target your approach. Reaching more people is good. But reaching the right people is better.

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