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How to Become a Freelance Writer and Get Paid $200 – $1K per Post

Imagine you’re sitting in a lounge chair on the beach, staring out over the glittering sea, the ocean breeze ruffling your hair, listening to the slow, steady rhythm of the waves. It’s peaceful. Perfect for thinking. And so you do, scribbling down your thoughts with one hand and drinking a martini with the other. You’re(...)

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Converting with Extra Copy: 5 Long-Form Landing Page Examples

Who says landing pages need to be short n' sweet? Today we explore five especially good long-form landing pages (across five different industries) to show how they can offer persuasive details short pages just don’t have room for.

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Green Marketing: The psychological impact of an eco-conscious marketing campaign

Almost every industry has seen a shift toward green technology. While this is certainly a positive step for the earth, it can rightly be questioned whether the marketing that touts this particular aspect of the business is really effective.

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7 Editing Tips That’ll Make You a Better Writer (with Examples!)

There are some bloggers who seem to have a natural gift when it comes to writing. Some bloggers seem to be naturally gifted writers. They manage to get their ideas across clearly and economically, which means that readers can easily follow what they write. Readers devour their clear, economical prose. Not only is there a(...)

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How to be a freelance copywriter when you suck at doing what freelancers are “supposed” to do

You've tried following the rules for freelancers. Like getting up at 9am. And wearing actual pants. But they just don't feel right. (Not the pants. The life. And also the pants.) In this post, Sophia Dagnon explores all the wrong feelings the "rules" gave her. And how she broke them to go from frustrated freelancer to happy business owner.

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Conversion Lifts in 10 Words or Less

Flint McGlaughlin walks through five experiments where the least amount of changes produced the highest conversion wins.

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