3 Places to Locate
Online Copywriting Clients

Online copywriting is a specialty that transcends niches. There are online copywriting opportunities in every niche imaginable.

No matter what kind of copy you specialize in, whether it’s financial, health, fundraising, or something else, it’s a sure bet that many of your clients and prospects need a good online copywriter, too.

Here are three places to start to find clients for your online copywriting services … starting today.

Your Own Client List: Chances are, your existing clients — the ones you write direct-response promotions and other materials for — need web content. Who better to write it than you? So your first step to landing web clients is to let your existing clients know what you can do for them.

Search Your Niche: Next, spend some time surfing the websites of businesses within your niche. If you already have a background in writing for financial services clients, for example, approaching online financial services companies is a natural.

Make Industry Connections: Cultivate relationships with web designers and other web service providers. They can provide you with referrals … and you can do the same for them.

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Published: July 1, 2008

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