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  • 17 Freelance Writing Niches That Still Pay Big Bucks in 2021 July 22, 2021
    Think it’s impossible to find profitable freelance writing niches in 2021? Here’s the truth: While some niches, like travel, have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, other industries are … 17 Freelance Writing Niches That Still Pay Big Bucks in 2021 Read More » The post 17 Freelance Writing Niches That Still Pay Big […]
    Karen MacKenzie
  • 801+ Power Words That Pack a Punch & Convert like Crazy July 22, 2021
    Power words are like a “cheat code” for boosting conversion rates. Sprinkle in a few, and you can transform dull, lifeless words into persuasive words that compel readers to take … 801+ Power Words That Pack a Punch & Convert like Crazy Read More » The post 801+ Power Words That Pack a Punch & […]
    Jon Morrow
  • How to Do a Webinar for Free (No Expensive Tools Required) July 22, 2021
    Step-by-step guide for creating a free webinar. Updated for 2021. It’s just too scary, isn’t it? You see all those fancy-schmancy bloggers offering webinars. And everyone and their cat is … How to Do a Webinar for Free (No Expensive Tools Required) Read More » The post How to Do a Webinar for Free (No […]
    Mary Jaksch
  • 77 Copywriting Statistics: Data to Crush Your Competitors (2021) July 22, 2021
    Where can you find copywriting statistics to direct your marketing strategies? Look no further, my friend. We’ve gathered the latest data reflecting how online copy is consumed. And, regardless of … 77 Copywriting Statistics: Data to Crush Your Competitors (2021) Read More » The post 77 Copywriting Statistics: Data to Crush Your Competitors (2021) appeared […]
    Tiffany Lewis
  • 11 Free WordPress Hosting Services That Don’t Suck (2021) July 16, 2021
    If you want to launch your very own self-hosted WordPress website, but you’re not quite ready (or able) to dip your toes into the premium web hosting waters, a free … 11 Free WordPress Hosting Services That Don’t Suck (2021) Read More » The post 11 Free WordPress Hosting Services That Don’t Suck (2021) appeared […]
    Colin Newcomer
RSS ProBlogger
  • Create an Opt-In Incentive to Increase Your Email Subscriber Numbers July 15, 2021
    The post Create an Opt-In Incentive to Increase Your Email Subscriber Numbers appeared first on ProBlogger. This post is based on episode 69 of the ProBlogger podcast. Note: This article contains affiliate links, which means that if you purchase anything via my link I may earn a small commission at no cost to you. (And in some […]
    Darren Rowse
  • How to Increase Your Email List Subscriptions July 8, 2021
    The post How to Increase Your Email List Subscriptions appeared first on ProBlogger. This post is based on episode 68 of the ProBlogger podcast. Note: This article contains affiliate links, which means that if you purchase anything via my link I may earn a small commission at no cost to you. (And in some cases, […]
    Darren Rowse
  • 7 Areas to Focus on During Your Mid-Year Blog Review June 24, 2021
    The post 7 Areas to Focus on During Your Mid-Year Blog Review appeared first on ProBlogger. This post is based on episode 131 of the ProBlogger podcast and has been updated for 2021. A lot of bloggers do an end-of-year-review, where they analyze how everything went in the previous year and set goals for the new […]
    Darren Rowse
  • A Cool Tool for Monetizing Your Facebook Group June 17, 2021
    The post A Cool Tool for Monetizing Your Facebook Group appeared first on ProBlogger. (Disclaimer: This article contains affiliate links, which means I get a commission if you make a purchase by following one my links) Do you have a Facebook group? If so, how do you convert your Facebook Members to email subscribers and […]
    Darren Rowse
  • 3 Things You Can Do to Protect the Content on Your Blog June 10, 2021
    The post 3 Things You Can Do to Protect the Content on Your Blog appeared first on ProBlogger. This post is based on a guest post from Abhishek of Budding Geek. One topic that comes up a lot at ProBlogger is plagiarism. More specifically, people want to know how they can protect their blog content […]
    Darren Rowse
RSS Copywriting for startups and marketers
  • I despise cold pitching. Here’s how I made $19,000+ in 46 days from referrals alone… without sending a single cold email. July 22, 2021
    “Don’t talk to strangers.”  That’s the earliest advice I remember being given.  It’s also the one I followed most strictly. But not because of my parents. Nope. What truly cemented it as an immutable law in my tiny four year old brain was a puppet show put on by the police for my pre-kindergarten class. […]
    Scott Sealey
  • How rest – not hustle culture – made me a better copywriter. June 23, 2021
    Imagine you’re a canary in a coal mine: You’re healthy as you enter the mine – full of joie de vivre. Singing to your heart’s content as you enter into the darkness. Fluttering your wings as only birds like you can. Later, you exit the mine. Except now you’re: Covered in soot. Frail from disease. […]
    Carolyn Beaudoin
  • Going for the cold with Facebook Ads June 8, 2021
    Here are all the things we thought about and didto 4X+ our spend on cold Facebook traffic. A “hard no” was what we were up against.  But I’d helped less beloved companies profitably reach new audiences on Facebook, so our lobby team of two kept pushing. It was nearly Black Friday, and my partner in […]
    Erin Steele
  • Why I’m quitting traditional buyer personas. June 1, 2021
    “Once I figure out what to do with my dining room table, I’ll be free to move.” But what sort of impact does a table have on a major life decision like buying a condo? As innovation consultant Bob Moesta found out, quite a lot. The table helped shape the winning offer – which included more […]
    Carolyn Beaudoin
  • I am an introvert. Here’s how I went from fearing authority to speaking on stages. May 12, 2021
    “I was Patient Zero of losing a personal reputation on a global scale almost instantaneously.” ^^ Monica Lewinsky at a Women’s Day presentation I attended in 2017.  Yes, that Monica Lewinsky. The woman who, by some POVs, almost brought down Bill Clinton’s presidency because she kept a certain blue dress.  Her presentation was so well […]
    Patti Haus
RSS Copyblogger
  • Ready to Charge More for Creative Work? Follow This Proven Process June 21, 2021
    Think you’re ready to charge more for creative work? Let’s visualize your morning for a sec.  The sun’s peeking out... Continue Reading The post Ready to Charge More for Creative Work? Follow This Proven Process appeared first on Copyblogger.
    Pamela Wilson
  • How to Build a Personal Brand Business: 7 Steps to Create the Business of You June 1, 2021
    If you’re looking to build a personal brand business, you’re probably aware that it’s only a matter of time until... Continue Reading The post How to Build a Personal Brand Business: 7 Steps to Create the Business of You appeared first on Copyblogger.
    Tim Stoddart
  • A ‘Lazy’ Content Creation System that Fits Quality Writing into Your Busy Schedule May 24, 2021
    Feeling exhausted by your current content creation system?  If you’re dreading your content to-do list, you might be doing it... Continue Reading The post A ‘Lazy’ Content Creation System that Fits Quality Writing into Your Busy Schedule appeared first on Copyblogger.
    Pamela Wilson
  • Do You Recognize These 10 Mental Blocks to Creative Thinking? May 10, 2021
    Frustrating mental blocks often happen when you’re trying to solve a tough problem, start a business, get attention for that... Continue Reading The post Do You Recognize These 10 Mental Blocks to Creative Thinking? appeared first on Copyblogger.
    Brian Clark
  • Thought Leadership Is a Synonym for Attention May 6, 2021
    Personally, I’ve never liked the term “thought leadership.” It signifies some exalted guru status, and my 20+ years of online... Continue Reading The post Thought Leadership Is a Synonym for Attention appeared first on Copyblogger.
    Brian Clark
RSS Make a Living Writing
  • The 2021 Monster List of 75+ Content Writing Jobs July 21, 2021
    Ready to snag some more content writing jobs? While the past few months have been pretty rough for the U.S economy, you may be surprised to know that the demand for writers to fill content writing jobs has actually remained quite stable throughout the pandemic.  In fact, there's been a huge boost in the availability of […]
    Editor
  • Freelance Writing Gigs With Great Pay: 50 Niches to Explore July 19, 2021
    Do you ever wonder where the better-paying freelance writing gigs are hiding? It can be hard to believe a good income is even possible, especially if you're trapped in low-pay assignments that don't even earn you the minimum wage. The good news is, there are plenty of niches that pay better than writing, say, a […]
    Carol Tice
  • Writers Work: 3 Freelancers Reveal How to Smash Your Income Goals July 14, 2021
    Have you ever imagined what it would be like to earn twice as much freelance writing income as you're getting now? Lots of writers work hard for years, and their income seems to stay at the same, low level. It'd be amazing if you could break that cycle and earn big, right? No more fear […]
    Carol Tice
  • Travel Writing Jobs: 18 Magazines and Blogs that Pay Writers July 14, 2021
    Love to travel and want to write for others who share your passion? Now that the tourism industry is finally starting to show signs of life again, travel writing and blogging jobs are once again becoming ample. In fact, there are tons of markets in the travel niche that will pay you to write about... […]
    Editor
  • Writing Lessons: 10 Things I’ve Learned Helping 16,000+ Writers July 7, 2021
    Have you ever wondered if someone can predict whether freelance writers will be successful or not? Well, at this point, I can after the writing lessons I’ve learned helping freelancers. How? Well, this week marks the 10th anniversary for me of helping writers launch and level-up through my Freelance Writers Den learning and support community.... […]
    Carol Tice
RSS The Copywriter's Crucible
  • Stop Sending Clients Swipes! Offer to Heal a Gaping Wound Instead July 19, 2021
    How to attract high quality clients… But WITHOUT spending hours writing free swipes for each one. Send them an action plan on how you can heal a gaping wound in their business instead. To give you an example of why The post Stop Sending Clients Swipes! Offer to Heal a Gaping Wound Instead appeared first […]
    Matt Ambrose
  • Top 3 Takeaways from Copy Accelerator Live March 2, 2021
    Last week Copy Accelerator held its biannual live event, which you could also watch online. Over two days we were presented with the daunting picture of what it takes to be successful in the super competitive world of direct response. The post Top 3 Takeaways from Copy Accelerator Live appeared first on The Copywriter's Crucible.
    Matt Ambrose
  • My $200 Supplement Funnel, Now Finally Ready to Launch! February 16, 2021
    Finally, my supplement offer is ready to launch!  So far it’s only cost me about $200 to build the funnel (cost in unpaid hours is another matter). So I’ve taken bootstrapping to the Xtreme.  The plan is to launch my The post My $200 Supplement Funnel, Now Finally Ready to Launch! appeared first on The […]
    Matt Ambrose
  • 7 ClickBank Compliance Tips January 20, 2021
    It’s been awhile since my last post. The reason? My script has been stuck in compliance hell!  Writing compliant health copy has been described as walking along a tightrope across a canyon filled with deadly snakes while wearing a straitjacket. The post 7 ClickBank Compliance Tips appeared first on The Copywriter's Crucible.
    Matt Ambrose
  • 7 Powerful Ways to Trigger Imagination January 13, 2021
    “Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.” Albert Einstein. Imagination is arguably the most powerful tool in our toolbox. Because when you can trigger positive images, feelings and hopes in your reader’s mind of the salvation The post 7 Powerful Ways to Trigger Imagination appeared first on The Copywriter's Crucible.
    Matt Ambrose
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