If you don’t market yourself as a copywriter, you won’t get many clients and without clients, you aren’t in business! So we’re tackling the essential ways to market your copywriting business to make sure you stay in business.
This is a big topic so we’ve broken it into two episodes. Our very first two parter!
Tune in to part one to learn about:
- Our favourite parts of marketing ourselves and our writing
- The importance of branding and how to make yours work hard
- Our best branding tips
- Social media marketing
- Our experiences and best tips
- Networking (on and offline)
- Our favourite networking events and our tips to rock it!
In part two of this episode we’ll cover:
- Running events as an authority
- Content marketing to develop yourself as an authority
- Email marketing
So there’s more good stuff coming!
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Hi Kate and Belinda, this was a great podcast, very informative. But can
I make a suggestion? I would love to see the podcasts transcribed so I –
and probably a lot of other people – can print them out to highlight
tips and keep them on file. I have experience transcribing files and my
typing speed is 65wpm. If you don’t have a transcriptionist and would
like to hire me, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. PS: This
is not a shameless plug for myself, I honestly believe people would love
to have the podcasts in print. Susan.
Hi Kate and Belinda, this was a great podcast. Is it possible to get these podcasts transcribes? I’ve noticed the first six podcasts have been transcribed but then stopped. It would be a huge help to have these transcribed into hard copy so we can print them out, highlight tips, and keep them to refer back to.
Hi Kate and Belinda, this was a great podcast. I’m looking forward to part two. Is it possible to get
these podcasts transcribed? I’ve noticed the first six podcasts have
been but then stopped. It would be a huge help to have these
transcribed into hard copy so we can print them out, highlight tips,
and keep them to refer back to.
Hi Susan, thanks for the great feedback! It is possible but it’s not something we’re looking at dipping our toes into again (at least for now). You could buy a special Hot Copy notebook and make notes as you listen?
Thanks for tuning in and I’m glad you’re looking forward to part 2 😀
Finally got round to listening. Great ideas. Funny, as a marketer, I know this. But like proofing your own work (impossible), I find it so hard to market myself! I actioned one of your tips and asked people to choose three words to describe me. E-y-e-o-p-e-n-e-r! Now, I know more about my brand, as does my logo designer.
Thought I’d share: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1124298467662909&set=a.320490464710384.72104.100002482997924&type=3&theater
Funnily enough although we suggested you do this. I’ve never been brave enough to do it myself. Your meme inspired me to give it a go 🙂 Thanks for sharing.
It can be a real eye opener! I personally loved the confirmation that I was on track for what how I wanted to present myself but also a little disappointed that the words I got back were always so sensible!