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How to Be Easy to Work with so Clients Hire You Again and Again

By John Torre | November 14, 2019

Growing a successful copywriting business is no different than any other business — you need to ensure a steady flow of work. The easiest way to do that is to make sure your clients like working with you.

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5 Things You Need to Do Before Conducting an Interview

By John Torre | October 31, 2019

Interviewing an expert can take you in directions you might never have thought to follow. Discover five suggestions you can use to conduct better interviews for more effective project research.

5 Strategies to Ensure Your Clients Keep Calling You with More Work

By John Torre | October 10, 2019

It’s true that your clients are looking for results when they hire you. But they are also looking for a writer who is easy to work with and who communicates well.

Reality Blog: Is the Customer Always Right? Only If They Are…

By Andrew Murray | September 27, 2019

How often have you heard that the customer is always right? But is this really true when you’re working as a freelancer? Find out how this old adage might be sabotaging your business.

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6 (Almost) Foolproof Strategies for Completing Projects on Time

By Timothy Geiger | September 25, 2019

Meeting deadlines is a key part of running a successful business. If you struggle with completing projects on time, these six strategies will help you work with less stress and deliver to your clients on time.

Key Questions to Ask Before Beginning a Copywriting Assignment

By John Torre | September 19, 2019

The more questions you ask at the onset of a project, the better idea you’ll have of what direction you need to take the project, and the less you’ll have to do in the way of revisions.

7 Tips for Retaining Clients and Solidifying Relationships

By John Torre | August 29, 2019

Your most powerful form of advertising is word-of-mouth, but you can only get that advertising if your clients trust you. Use these tips to deepen trust and build relationships with your existing clients.

Your Web-Writing Business Isn’t a Drive-Thru, So Stop Being an Order-Taker

By Michele Peterson | August 28, 2019

It’s much better — and more profitable — to be a consultant rather than a commodity. The good news is that you have what it takes right now to make the shift to the role of expert consultant.

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