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B2B Freelance Websites that Attract Clients

B2B Freelance Websites that Attract Clients

July 28, 2014 | By Dianna Huff | 1 Comment

dianna_huff-150Date: August 6, 2014
Time: 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Topic: B2B Freelance Websites that Attract Clients
Presenter: Dianna Huff

Too many freelance copywriters get hung up on the process of setting up their freelance website. It’s a task that can seem overwhelming, especially when you’re just getting started. Join Dianna Huff as she walks you through the process of developing your freelance website.

If you already have one, you’ll want to hear her tips on what B2B clients look for when they come to your site. What makes them want to do business with you and what makes them run away? Dianna has worked with a variety of B2B clients and knows what sets a website apart from the others.

On this webinar Dianna will discuss:

  • Where to start when you’re developing your freelance website
  • Which path is best — do-it-yourself or hiring a web designer
  • Creating your brand
  • What B2B clients expect to see on your site
  • And much more!

Developing your website is an important step in building your freelance copywriting business. Use these strategies from Dianna and your website will work for you even when you’re sleeping.

You can access the replay and webinar slides below:

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Dianna Huff

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One Comment

  • Thanks Diana. I am very fresh to this world of commercial writing for a fee. As a Lawyer, I have a myriad of writing experiences. Whether contracts, will/trusts, appeals, briefs, and the like – all of which are related to specific legal cases and the application of law. I do believe these will serve me well, when I can decipher the uniqueness of web or copywriting as a free lancer.

    Your work is top class and I am grateful, R

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