Monthly Archives: July 2012

Five Ways to Think Like a Business Owner

It’s somewhat amazing to me the reaction I sometimes get when I mention writers as business owners. There are usually a lot of “I hadn’t thought of myself that way!” responses. It makes sense. What may have started as a part-time … Continue reading

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The Writer’s Resume, Credit List or Portfolio

Job postings for freelance writers often ask for a resume. If you make cold calls or otherwise contact potential clients you may very well be asked to bring along your resume. Generally potential clients aren’t looking for the kind of … Continue reading

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7 Ways Writers Can Make Cold Calling For Clients Successful

Once of the best ways to find new writing clients is through cold calling. I can hear the groans! I know, cold calling is probably one of the least-liked marketing methods for freelance writers, yet it’s also one of the … Continue reading

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Keeping it Professional

I have plenty of clients whom I love doing business with for one reason or another. We talk, we joke, we enjoy each interaction as one would enjoy interactions with friends. On some level, I consider my clients friends with … Continue reading

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