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Newest AWAI Member Case Study: Charlotte Hicks Crockett

Former insurance agent, Charlotte Hicks Crockett found flexibility as a freelance copywriter allowing her to balance client projects from home in North Carolina – or take her computer on a beach trip.

How to Leverage Your Work As a Social Media Writer to Get More Copywriting Work

Social media writing is the easiest way to start working for any client. And then, you can leverage your relationship to get other work, too.

How to Put Together a Winning Proposal and Snag Your First Social Media Writing Client

Discover the three main points to include in your proposal, when approaching a new social media writing client. This is all stuff they want to hear!

See How Easy It Is to Create a Social Media Campaign for a Local Business

Your own, personal experience with social media can be applied to any business. Use these fundamentals to bring your client’s social media channels to life.

How to Turn Your Own, Everyday Social Media Habits Into a Powerful New Source of Income

Compared to other online writing gigs, social media writing is incredibly easy. The skills you have now are the skills most companies lack the most.

To Reel in Prospects, You Need to Know Where to Fish

Now that you’ve built your LinkedIn profile, you’re ready to get clients. Here are four tested tips to find out where the best prospects are found.

Adding Credibility Boosters to Your LinkedIn Profile

Include relevant work experiences to increase your profile’s credibility. You’ll also learn the difference between endorsements and recommendations.

Your LinkedIn Summary Should Tell a Story

Your LinkedIn summary is more than a laundry list of services. It’s an important piece of sales copy. Here are some tips to make it effective.

Help Clients Find You With a Searchable LinkedIn Header

Key to getting found on LinkedIn is writing a header with words your prospects use in search. Looking the part helps you get contacted. Here’s how to do it.

Get Paying Clients with a Free LinkedIn Profile

LinkedIn is a powerful business network. Used properly, profiles are client magnets. This article introduces this marketing network and its potential.

A Key Component to Increasing Your Writing Income While Keeping It Consistent and Reliable

A key component to a successful freelancer is the business side. Discover 4 things you must do to increase your income and keep it consistent and reliable.

Pick a Niche in 10 Minutes or Less and Watch Your Writing Income Soar

Picking a niche for your writing business saves time and can make your writing income soar. Find out how to pick your niche in 10 minutes or less.

Use These 4 Tips to Stop Writing the Hard Way and Write Smarter Instead

Learn how to improve your success at both writing and earning a living as a highly compensated writer by focusing on specific skills and exercises.

Fastest Way to Build Your Writing Muscles for Speed and Quality

Cut years off your learning curve using this writing exercise that helps you write noticeably faster and better in just a few weeks.

Discover a Simple Strategy to Living the Writer’s Life Faster and Easier

Avoid wasting time on ideas that won’t work with a quick strategy that gives you immediate feedback on whether or not you’re on the right track.

The One Thing You Must Do to Become a Successful Writer

This one important thing ensures your success. It makes coming up with ideas easier, reduces the fear of the blank page, and makes words flow more smoothly.

Four Strategies for Becoming a Six-Figure, A-Level Writer

To become an A-level writer, adopt an A-level mindset. Everything you write is important. Here are four strategies to take you from mindset to mastery.

How to Write When You Just Can’t Think What to Write

Writer’s block can strike any writer at any time. Here are some crucial secrets for harnessing your greatest ally in your search for the right words.

Using the Golden Thread to Get Your Prospect to Take Notice

With any type of persuasive writing, your purpose is to get your reader to take action. It’s vital to weave your promise and benefits throughout the piece.

Become an A-Level Copywriter by Personally Connecting the Deeper Benefits to Your Prospect

One sure way to get your prospect to act is to offer real benefits that positively impact his life. The personal connection gives your writing far more impact.

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