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The freelance writers and copywriters I coach, both privately and in group settings, are always asking me the same question...
"How do I land more clients?"
First, you need to know that most of you are asking the wrong the question.
Similar to the constant quest for new clients is the need for a mega attractive lead generation resource. But truth be told. although lead generation and client acquisition is an important aspect of growing your freelance copywriting business, they are not the most important things related to growth.
Before you continue aggressively seeking out new leads, ask yourself:
Are you doing everything possible to transform your current leads and prospects into paying clients?
Here is a list of some of the most important things you should be doing to start converting your current prospects/leads into paying clients.
Most importantly, how many face-to-face conversations are you having with prospects each week? The simplest way to grow your freelance copywriting business will always be to pick up the phone and have a conversation!
Most don't realize that they could easily double or triple their current income by doing a better job of engaging the leads, current clients, and past clients they already have.
Pick one item from the list above and get stated today!
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Freelance Writer, Copywriter, Professional Blogger, and Author of the True Writer's Life, William Ballard, helps small businesses and entrepreneurs, like you, broadcast their message across the Internet (and offline) and be seen as experts in their field. He has recently been dubbed the Expert Marketer of Writing.
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