You don’t even know what happened, or why it’s happened. Only that your project has suddenly taken a turn and the client who couldn’t praise your ‘professionalism’ enough is now calling you unprintable words and you both wish each other dead.
You know that a blog is good for your writing business. It does wonders for your SEO (provided it’s updated regularly and has valuable information for your prospects), establishes your writing expertise and is also a good lead generator. But how does it work in practice?
Everything you need to know about becoming a freelance writer: from initial idea to making the transition, and the business tools you need to help you get there.
Your email list is probably one of your most useful business tools. That’s because it’s made up of people who’ve given you permission to be contacted. But if you haven’t cleaned it up in a while, it could actually be costing you money. Find out how a shrunken mailing list can actually lead to more sales for your writing business.
Just because you’re on a break doesn’t mean that your content has to be. By following these five simple rules, you can still get your content working hard for you over Christmas.
After months of planning, you survived Black Friday, Small Biz Saturday and Cyber Monday, and can now look forward to 2017 in relative confidence. But before doing so, I challenge you to do something that you’ve probably thought about, but lacked the confidence to follow through: firing your life-sucking clients.