writer websites

What to Put On Your Writer Website if You’re a Newbie

When you’re a new writer, it can be tough to present yourself professionally. After all, you don’t have any clips! How can you impress clients? You can’t tell copywriting clients you’ve gotten results for your previous clients. You can’t tell

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Why You’re Not Having Any Luck Finding Freelance Gigs

Are you having trouble getting hired as a freelance writer? I hear from a lot of writers in that boat. A frequent complaint: “I’ve been applying for writing jobs everywhere…but no luck!” Well, here’s the thing. I don’t believe there’s

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Why 200+ Writer Websites Failed to Get A Single Client

Last week, I asked writers to tell me about their websites. And boy, did they! I got nearly 500 responses in under a week. Wanted to share the data with you today because it points up some of the common

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How One Freelance Writer Blew It and Went Broke

I try to keep this an upbeat blog full of helpful advice on how to earn more as a freelance writer. But it’s not all sweetness and $1-a-word assignments out there. Sometimes, freelance writers get into big trouble. And then,

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7 Warning Signs Your Freelance Writer Website Sucks

By Henneke Duistermaat Let’s be frank. Creating your freelance writer website is tough. It’s far more difficult to write your own copy than to create content for a client. Today I’m sharing the most common mistakes on freelance websites. Avoid

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How Not to Network — A Guide for the Pushy and Clueless

Growing your network can be a great way to find more and better clients as a freelance writer. But it’s come to my attention recently that not everybody understands how to do that. There is some basic etiquette to know

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