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A Checklist to Start Your B2B Copywriting Business

A Checklist to Start Your B2B Copywriting Business

July 11, 2016 | By Ed Gandia | 1 Comment

ed_gandia-150Date: July 14, 2016
Time: 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Topic: A Checklist for Starting Your B2B Copywriting Business
Presenter: Ed Gandia

On this webinar, Ed Gandia shares his step-by-step checklist for getting your B2B copywriting business off the ground successfully. You’ll get concrete steps to take so you can get going faster and reduce the risk of failure.

You’ll also be able to ask questions live during the webinar so come prepared to ask him anything about launching your copywriting business!

Ed will cover:

  • How to position yourself
  • The one time you should offer your services for free or barter
  • Which pages you need on your website — and which ones you don’t
  • The place many new copywriters find their first client
  • A simple system that consistently produces copywriting clients

Regardless of where you are in the process of starting or growing your freelance copywriting career, Ed’s tips will help you reach your goals.

Important! Download and print this PDF to use during the session:

Ed Gandia July 2016 – Handout

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About the Author

Ed Gandia

Ed Gandia is a successful B2B copywriter, business-building coach and strategist who helps freelancers earn more in less time doing work they love for better-paying clients. To download his free tips and resources visit

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One Comment

  • Just caught up with this webinar a month after publication. I came across this program while reviewing my progress in getting my freelance writing business up and running. I’m getting close, and this program helped me dot a few “I’s” and “T’s.” Ed’s outline of pages for a complete website included two “about me” pages: one for explaining to the visitor/prospective client how my experience and process (my USP) is going to help her and another page for my professional bio. Hugely helpful; I went right to my site today and split up the copy on that page and created a second one for the bio. Now each page reads easier and has a much clearer (and shorter) message. Second, though I’m not a perfectionist, I know the trappings of procrastination; it’s easy to stick with the familiar and put off what is not. Ed kind of spanked me with words to get going. His admonition to “just do it” is keeping me on track. Only a couple of ducks left to get into line. Thanks AWAI. You guys are great.

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