Content writing, freelance content writer, how to become a successful content writer
What you will learn
Setup a profitable content writing business
Scale a content writing business without writing any content
Identify standard format for different kinds of web content
Hire and manage other content writers
Discover and learn how to use an elite marketplace to get your content writing contract
Learn to create a sustainable content writing business:
- without any degree in English
- without writing a single content
- without worrying about the right things to say to get clients
WHAT IS CONTENT WRITING AS A BUSINESS?
Content writing as a business refers to the process of providing content writing services to digital entrepreneurs who are in need of content for their websites and agencies.
Content writing is a business and it should be treated as such. It is not a skill that you should donate free of charge like you are Santaclaus.
Because it is a business, it has to be treated just as you would treat any other product that you are selling. I’m sure that if you own a sneakers store, you won’t just give everyone that comes knocking at your door free sneakers because they are your friends, lovers or because they are related to you in some way.
They’ve got to pay if they want some sneakers from your store.
Also, you would agree with me that in order for you to own a successful sneakers store, you would need to have multiple sneakers in stock and you should be able to attend to many customers. This is a minimum requirement for any business to be successful.
Likewise, if you are going to offer content writing services on the internet, it is not enough to be a freelancer tied to one client or one task. You need to have a system in place that would enable you to serve multiple clients. It is only via this system that you would be able to earn more than your other freelancers.
Now that we have established why you should see content writing as a business, it’s important that you know and understand what we are selling, right? As you would agree with me. It’s impossible for you to sell what you don’t understand.
Even if you don’t use it, as long as you want to sell your product then you have to know what your customers want, who they are, why they want it and what they expect to get from your product.
Once again, let me repeat this: While it’s an added advantage for you to be a content writer, you don’t need to be a content writer to own a content writing business.
As the owner of a content writing business, there are different types of content that may be required by your client and your main job is to be able to identify them.
Note that I didn’t say that your main job is to write your client’s task. I said that your main job as the owner of the content writing business is to be able to identify the kind of content that your client may need.
This is so that when you outsource the task to a writer, you are able to set a standard in terms of what you are expecting to be delivered. In this course, we will learn more about content writing and outsourcing to a writer in subsequent parts of the course.
WHAT CAN YOU DO AFTER COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE?
You will be able to get content writing offers and you’ll be able to outsource it to expert writers who would handle your client’s requirements without you stressing yourself. And here’s the fun part; you will be able to make lots of money for yourself using the strategy taught in this course.
Transform your life today by enrolling in this course.
Who can register for this course:
- Freelance content writers
- Anyone who wants to make money online
- If you are looking to scale your content writing business
Introduction to Content writing as a business
Understanding the different types of content
How and Where to Spot the Right Client
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