I've Been Where You're At
I remember what it’s like to struggle to find clients — not knowing where to look and what to do to get a sustainable income stream started.
After discovering the valuable skill of copywriting and learning it for myself, I decided to pursue clients as a freelance copywriter for a time…
And that’s when it all came back to me — how much I hated being seen as a commodity and having to fight against other freelancers for a gig…
Thankfully, I had an epiphany soon after, and it’s the reason you are reading this right now.
One day as I looked out at other copywriters in my networking groups — people I see as an extension of my family due to our shared desire to become the best of versions of ourselves — and realized…
Most new copywriters — and even copywriters somewhat established in their freelance career — just don’t have the skills or knowledge to build a website, funnel, or email automation, even if their very life depended on it.
Whereas I have both skills — copywriting and website design — plus training in marketing and branding.
That revelation sent my mind into overdrive, because at that moment, I knew I could help copywriters like you jumpstart their career.
I love helping entrepreneurs get started, build their brand, stay ahead of their competition, and create raving fans out of their followers
Right now more than half of freelance copywriters are relying on someone else’s website to get business and create an income stream. Are you one of them?
I’m talking about social media platforms like LinkedIn and Facebook. Or, freelance sites like Fiverr and Upwork. These are all websites owned by someone else.
Now that you know the value of having your own website and marketing funnel, you need to take a hard look at what you’re doing.
How many websites are you currently using to promote yourself that belong to someone else?
Where are you referring people to look when they ask to see your portfolio, resume, or samples? Is it your website or is it someone else’s website like LinkedIn?
Are you writing articles and giving value through social media posts on someone else’s website?
If you’re using freelance sites, are you landing clients and making money?
And if you do have your own website, ask yourself this…
Is it finished? Are you ready to share it with others? Is it bringing you clients?
Now let me ask you this…
If you’ve been putting all your effort into another person’s site…
Or, you’ve been trying to build a website, but aren’t getting the results you want…
What are you getting for all of your hard work? Some pocket change?
If you’re unhappy with your answer, don’t worry. I’ve got you covered.