Posts tagged with ‘freelance writer website’

  • Quick Tip: Your Freelance Writer Website is for Clients, Not You

    By Jennifer Mattern on May 19, 2015
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    When a client visits your professional website, are they getting the information they want and need? Are benefits of hiring you, as opposed to your competition, clear? Do they leave with enough information to make a hiring decision, or at least feel inclined to contact you? An effective freelance writer website should do those things. Does yours? I previously announced […]
  • Turn Your Blog Posts Into an E-book With the Anthologize WordPress Plugin

    By Jennifer Mattern on March 5, 2015
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    Did you know that you can turn your old blog posts into a .pdf e-book you can sell or give away to help build your email list? Right within WordPress? At least with the Anthologize plugin you can. This plugin lets you choose key blog posts and then group them into e-book sections before exporting. Now, it's not a perfect […]
  • Quick Tip: Customize Contact Forms on Your Writer Website

    By Jennifer Mattern on August 5, 2014
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    If you have a freelance writing website to help attract prospects and convert leads, you probably have a contact page. On that page, you might even have a contact form. But are you making the most of it? If your contact form is the generic sender-subject-message style, you're not. Instead, why not turn your contact page into a better lead-generating […]