The best way to grow your business when you are a freelance writer or you want to be one, is to go online and see what the possibilities are. If you already have training and experience, you won’t need to worry about that part. However if you are just starting out and you need to take some classes, this would be the first step. There are many good copywriters out there, and if you want to compete for the great, high paying jobs you need to know what you are doing and have some credentials.
Experience also counts for a lot. You should put together a really great portfolio, which would include:
Establishing a reputation takes a while but you can help it move along a little faster. Seek out some possible clients or opportunities you can get some practice with. Offer to do some writing for them.
There are many online courses you can take to polish up your writing skills, this will help you to stand out from the crowd and be someone that everyone looks up to. It will help you get more well-known in your field.
Webmasters are looking for content, because content is king. They want content that’s fresh, unique and converts into sales. That’s basically what everyone who is paying for content is looking for. The ones who are not serious are hiring the cheap writers, but those who are serious in succeeding online are hiring the good copywriters.
Your clients will be very willing to pay more money for better copy when they realize how good it is and how successful your written work is in making them money.
One tried and true method many successful professional writers use is to practice, practice and more practice. Write out sales letters by hand, and do it often. Read books written by well-known copywriters and see what you can learn from their methods. This is every successful writer does – finds a mentor and follows in someone else’s footsteps. You can also start collecting a database of samples; other copywriters’ work that’s stellar so you can model after their style.