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How One Copywriter Made $50,000 Using LinkedIn Profinder

How One Copywriter Made $50,000 Using LinkedIn Profinder

October 5, 2020 | By Diane Sweeney | 1 Comment

For a long time, I followed the traditional marketing process. Cold-calling/emailing and pitching to companies in the industries for which I wanted to write. It’s a labor-intensive process that can be disappointing as you wait for positive responses.

And when you have a client or two or three, marketing starts to fall to the bottom of the ‘must-do’ list. After all, as a solopreneur, you can only do so many things at once. So it takes a lot to motivate yourself to make those calls after hours of research and writing.

There are many places you can passively market your writing services, but many offer work on the lower end of the pay spectrum. They can be a good place to start and build your portfolio, but they don’t always attract clients who understand what your skill set provides for their success.

But there is one place I’ve found that’s both passive and lucrative… and I’m going to share with you how I’ve made $50,000 since I started using it in 2019.



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About the Author

Diane Sweeney

Diane M. Sweeney is a professional SEO and content copywriter and strategist. At her desk, overlooking Beaver Creek in Chester County, PA she enjoys writing articles and web content to inform, persuade, and entertain. Her work can be found at www.dianemsweeney.com.

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  • Hi,

    I’m a little confused. This article seems to end with “This article is reserved content for B2B Writing Success premium members. To continue reading this article please log in or become a member today.”

    I am logged in, so how do I get to read the rest of what promises to be a very helpful article?

    What am I missing?

    Thanks!
    Allan

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