Public Relations for Beginners: Using PR as Your Primary Marketing Tool For Your Business
“Public Relations for Beginners: Using PR as Your Primary Marketing Tool For Your Business” is the perfect merge between businesses and public relations. Public relations is all about building powerful relationships with the media, podcasts, content websites and more to help boost your business.
If you’re a solo entrepreneur and you’re looking to get your name out there, PR may be a solution for you. In this book, you’ll learn what your options are within public relations and you’ll get templates to use when reaching out to websites and companies for media attention.
Technical Writing 101: Using Your Writing Skills to Start a Career as a Technical Writer
“Technical Writing 101: Using Your Writing Skills to Start a Career as a Technical Writer” is for the aspiring technical writers. Technical writing is a specific kind of writing that falls under the copywriting umbrella, but it is very detailed and does require an extensive set of skills. These kinds of jobs often pay more, simply because of the skill level and knowledge required.
Anyone who is willing to learn and grow as a copywriter can start a career as a technical writer. If you want to explore a career as a technical writer, this is the book for you.
Copywriting, Communication, and Marketing: Tips to Boost Your Copywriting Business
“Copywriting, Communication, and Marketing: Tips to Boost Your Copywriting Business” is all about marketing! While building a website, finding clients, and creating kick-ass copy may be the enjoyable part, many people dread the marketing part when running a business.
This book will give you ideas to market your copywriting business, including building a communications plan and a virtual marketing team. If you don’t want a larger team, learn what tasks you should complete to best market your business.
Copywriting and Blogging: Ideas, Structures, CTAs, and Strategies to Use Blogging as Marketing
“Copywriting and Blogging: Ideas, Structures, CTAs, and Strategies to Use Blogging as Marketing” is all about online marketing. It’s no secret that many people use paid marketing services, including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, but this book isn’t about how you spend money to market your freelancing business.
Instead, it’s about how to use blogging to drive more traffic to your website and how you can use strategies to get your readers to take action so you can sell your services. This book is all about finding ideas, structuring your content, creating CTAs, and using fun strategies to market your business through blogging.
Copywriting 101: How to Choose Your Target Market and Why
“Copywriting 101: How to Choose Your Target Market and Why” is all about choosing your target market and niche. Rather than being a jack-of-all-trades, this book will teach you the importance of picking your target market and why it can result in more income for you. In addition, this book will help you choose your niche based on your experience.
This book contains exercises to help you figure out your niche and come up with different ways to build a business around that specific topic.
Copywriting 101: What, How, Who, When, and Why
“Copywriting 101: What, How, Who, When, and Why” is the perfect copywriting beginner book. If you’ve been thinking about diving into a career in copywriting, then this is the book for you. This book talks about everything you need to know about a copywriting career, including what to know, how to do things, who to know or build relationships with, when to start or scale your business, and why you should do certain things to boost your success.
This book allows you to craft your expertise and apply your own knowledge to the content to start building your copywriting empire!
How I Became a Big City Freelance Writer: ...With a Not-So-Big Shoe Collection
“How I Became a Big City Freelance Writer…With a Not-So-Big Shoe Collection” is my story of how I worked to become a successful freelancer early in my career. My freelance career is also what led to other directions in my career, so it was the right direction for me to take. The great thing about a freelancing business is that you can always go back to writing when things are slow, and put it on standby if you need to.
The book is meant to educate and guide those who want to start working as a freelancer. The book will also give an honest account of what it’s really like to market the business, acquire new clients, and how to keep scaling to make your business much more than hustling for clients.
Why You Can't Say No To SEO: The Technical Headache for Online Entrepreneurs Made Easy
“Why You Can’t Say No To SEO: The Technical Headache For Online Entrepreneurs Made Easy” is the book for you if you’ve been looking for a way to conquer SEO without all of the technical jargon. I’ve worked with SEO since 2009, so I’ve come to know the space inside out. And I’ve written this book to explain it in the simplest of terms possible. So if you want to understand the world of SEO, presented in a 101-beginner format, then this book is for you.
SEO isn’t hard once you have the basics down. And SEO should be the foundation of any online business. Don’t let yourself be lost in the shuffle because you didn’t read this book!
How to Self-Publish Your Book: The Ultimate Guide to ISBNs, Print, and Worldwide Sales
“How to Self-Publish Your Book: The Ultimate Guide to ISBNs, Print and Worldwide Sales” is the ultimate guide for you! This book has been designed to help you publish your book – taking it from a Word document to an actual book in both printed and digital formats! In addition, the book can be listed with major distributors, such as Apple and Barnes & Noble!
I understand because I was there once – with a Word document on my computer and a big dream!