Over the years of running Location Rebel Academy it’s fair to say that I’ve helped a lot of people build freelance writing websites to help them market their services.
In time it becomes a great source of leads for people to find you, but in the early going, the chances are someone is showing up on your freelance website after you met them in person, reached out to them in a cold email, or they found you on a site like LinkedIn or Upwork.
The sole goal of this site is to prove you’re credible and build rapport.
There is one single thing that will have a greater impact on this than anything else.
Watch the video to see exactly what your freelance writing website MUST have:
Attention spans are short these days, so you generally only have a few seconds from when someone shows up on your freelance site to when they make a decision on whether or not they’ll reply to you or further the relationship.
By having this one thing, you ensure that one way or another they’ll at least have an opinion of you. It could be overwhelming positive, or overwhelmingly negative – but either of those are far better than jus blending in with everyone else when it comes to freelance writing.
For more help getting setup with your freelance writing website, check out this post here that walks you through the details.
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