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4 Paths to Faster Success with Professional Writing Associations

“Go it alone.” A strong temptation when embarking on your writing career. Don’t do it! Take writer Jen Adams’ advice to buddy up with other writers.

The Most Unique Gift in the World is…

Furby/TickleMe Elmo/Robotic Dog – the gift that even as life automates, we're completely irreplaceable and special in the world. Yay for us!

Why You Should Never Give Up On Your Most Precious Ideas

Action figures (the original Star Wars set) - the gift of directed action – whatever we can imagine, we can make happen, first in our minds and then in our lives.

You Can Always Change Your Situation. Here’s How …

Etch-A-Sketch - the gift of a blank creative slate – we can build one writer's life, shake it up, start over, do it again, as often as we like.

For You, “All Signs Point to Yes”

Magic 8 Ball – the gift to "know" our future by shaping it ourselves, working where we want, for who we want, on projects that bring us to life.

The Toy “For Every Boy. For Every Girl.”

The Radio Flyer wagon gave children around the world the freedom to explore their surroundings. Living the writer’s life, there’s nothing stopping you from making your dreams of a free-roaming life come true.

Funnel Basics: How Much Should You Charge a Client for a Funnel?

Funnels have high value to clients… and they carry high price tags, too. Here’s a quick survey of the current (2015) market rates.

Funnel Basics: How Testing Lets You Turn One Plan Into Multiple Ideas (and Income Streams!)

Funnels lend themselves very naturally to testing. See how you can take one funnel plan and use different ideas to multiply its value.

Funnel Basics: How Acquisition Funnels Translate Into Constant Writing Work

As a writer, you can be paid to create every part of an acquisition funnel. See what parts translate into what kinds of copy.

Funnel Basics: What Are the Key Parts of a Marketing Funnel?

Funnels have several key parts that make them work. Learn these parts and you’re well on your way to making a great income building your own funnels.

Funnel Basics: Why Acquisition Is So Important to Your Clients

Funnels are a booming trend for marketers, since they address the #1 problem for most firms – connecting with new customers profitably.

How to Understand Ryan Deiss’s 5-Part Sales Machine

Ryan Deiss has spent millions building an email sales system that works. Learn his system’s 5 core principles to create a win-win for you and your clients.

The Basics of Successful SEO for Copywriters

Even though search engine optimization can seem mysterious, Heather Lloyd-Martin shows that it’s really just good, thoughtful writing.

4 Tips From Nick Usborne for Better, More Effective Websites

Improving websites begins by focusing on what visitors want. Pinpoint that and then deliver it for dramatically improved results.

The 5 Core Principles of Content Writing Success

Achieve greater success as a web writer by building quality relationships with prospects, rather than using typical interruption-based marketing tactics.

How You Can Use Site Audits As a Key to Winning Long-Term Clients

Site audits are easy to complete and highly valued by clients. Plus, these lucrative projects are the perfect path to new long-term writing relationships.

How It’s a Wonderful Life Teaches You to Push Your Boundaries

What great idea or vivid dream are you holding back? Give yourself permission to put it down on paper… and make the commitment to share it with others.

Don’t Overlook the Potential of “Throw-Away” Projects

If you give unusual projects outside your niche a chance, just as Crosby and Bowie did with their Christmas duet in 1977, you never know where it might lead.

Why Saying “Yes” to Unusual Tasks Can Lead to Writing Success

Say “yes” to opportunities! Even if a proposed project is outside your niche, it could have the potential to lead to the biggest hit of your writing career.

What Writers Can Learn From the Grinch

Just as Theodor Geisel (a.k.a., Dr. Seuss) discovered one grumpy morning, as writers, we have the potential to use our most challenging moments as inspiration.

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