SEO Copywriters: How to Make an Extra $61,880 This Year

SEO Copywriting

I’ve been an SEO copywriter since mid-2007. When I first entered the field, I knew absolutely nothing about it beyond what SEO stood for. I didn’t know what a duplicate content penalty was (or more correctly, was not); about black hat tactics; keyword strategies; etc.

And I knew nothing about the foundation of SEO – internet marketing itself. And to my great surprise, neither did a lot of my clients.

The reality of internet marketing that’s pertinent here is twofold: (i) it is a rapidly developing medium that very few online marketers really understand; and (ii) you will have to educate your clients to sell more.

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Where Have All the
Freelance Writing Jobs Gone?

Freelance Writing

Two or three times a week, struggling freelance writers will email me questions. The messages are usually something along the lines of:

  • “I’m having a hard time finding writing gigs now. What am I doing wrong?”
  • “I keep sending out queries but nobody’s getting back to me. What else can I do?”
  • “Why hasn’t anybody gotten back to me? I sent out a ton of stuff a couple of weeks ago.”

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3 Things to Consider When Deciding How Long Your Blog Posts Should Be

Blog RSS

There’s been a debate ever since blogging became mainstream about how long blog posts should be. Many bloggers may read one or two discussions on it, and try to conform to that – never revisiting the issue again for as long as they blog. This can be a mistake.

For a definitive answer, the following are three things to consider when you’re trying to decide how long your blog posts should be.

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