this is the last copyblogger weekly of the year — and the decade!
and actually, it’s the last copyblogger weekly … ever. (really.)
in 2020, we’ll have a different kind of weekly newsletter, presented by copyblogger partner darrell vesterfelt.
darrell’s going to share the latest in 2022世界杯12强赛程 with you, so make sure to stay tuned for our first edition that will be published on wednesday, january 8, 2020.
i’ll be creating some new copyblogger educational materials to teach, so you’ll still see me around. 🙂
now that you’re up-to-date on our changes …
let’s see how we can help guide you through the changes you’re ready to make.
in our first post on monday, brian clark made the case that thought leadership is a synonym for attention.
don’t feel like an authority in your niche yet?
brian reminds us:
“if you have the attention of an audience, you’re already a leader. and great leaders plan, listen, observe, inspire, and then give direction.”
on tuesday, sonia simone broke down why the best writers (sometimes) aren’t paid what they’re worth.
smart businesses are happy to pay good money for writers who are strategic content marketers. don’t let less experienced and less artistic writers take the best gigs just because they’ve sharpened their strategy skills.
and on wednesday, i talked about the one skill that separates well-paid freelance writers from those who struggle.
it’s not strategy this time.
i outlined five practical, real-world tips for writers who want to overcome the common “feast or famine” cycle of freelancing.
enjoy the holidays and happy new year!
editor-in-chief, copyblogger media
catch up on this week’s content
by brian clark
by sonia simone
by stefanie flaxman
by kelton reid
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