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Tips for Creating a Working Portfolio

By John Torre | September 21, 2017

Putting together a working portfolio that will show prospective clients your skills and abilities doesn’t have to be difficult. Use these ideas to start.

Polished Samples

Wow Potential Clients with Polished Samples

By Kimberly Weitkamp | January 10, 2017

One of the first questions most prospective clients ask is, “Do you have samples?”
It’s always a good idea to have a few samples ready on your website.

Bulking Up Your Portfolio with Just One Piece of Content

By Ria Ghose | January 7, 2016

This simply business building strategy can also help you give more weight and variety. Find out how to bulk up your portfolio the smart way!

Roving Report: Putting Together a Winning Portfolio

By Susanna Perkins | August 14, 2015

Putting together a winning portfolio makes talking to potential clients and landing projects with them go much more smoothly. Use these guidelines to help.

How do I build my portfolio when I don’t have clients yet?

By Heather Robson | June 2, 2014

When you hear the word “portfolio,” you might picture a three-ring, leather binder with ivory-colored paper stuffed inside plastic page protectors … and get intimidated. Sure, this is the traditional way to present writing samples to potential clients, but there are other mediums you can use to showcase your copywriting skills, even when you’re just […]

Four Ways to Create a Career-Building Portfolio

By Linda Wilkinson | May 25, 2012

Learn how to create a career-building portfolio that will help you get the attention of potential clients in your target niche. Guest blogger, Linda Wilkinson shares four strategies that will help you build your portfolio fast.

You Don’t Have to Be an A-List Copywriter to Have a Great Portfolio

By Kristina Stiffler | October 19, 2010

You’ve been working hard to hone your copywriting skills, and now you’re ready to begin prospecting for clients. But, one thing is holding you back … you’re nervous about your portfolio. Maybe you have a few samples, but you aren’t sure if they are what you need to represent your skills and actually land clients. Just follow these guidelines and you’ll have a clean, polished portfolio you can use to promote yourself.

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