The Three Things You Must Have – Apart From Writing Skills – To Be Able To Sell More Of Your Work
Just imagine being able to write more, be more organised, sell more, break into more markets, and get your work seen by more people.
Well I am about to reveal to you the three things you must have to be able to achieve all this and more.
Good writing alone won’t allow you to achieve your best.
You could have some incredibly good ideas for articles, but in today’s market you need far more than that to really get the cash rolling in your direction.
Just think about how many writers (and would-be writers) are out there… and they are all competition for you.
Every single thing you can do to place yourself ahead of them has to be worth doing – and that’s where this article comes in.
But first of all, let me tell you how I discovered this three pronged attack method.
Over the years, I’ve read lots of books on writing – how to write, how to sell, how to write better, faster, easier… you know the kind of thing.
And after a while it became clear that all the people who continually sell lots of articles have one thing in common – a business point of view.
It didn’t matter whether they were full timers or part timers.
They all had a similar approach to their work, whether they realised it or not, and that’s what I am going to reveal to you below.
So check out these three vital skills, and put them into action today:
– have a good sales strategy in place. Know where you are going with your writing. Have say, half a dozen markets to aim for at a time. If you start looking at too many at once, you’ll water down your talent and be less successful. Organise your time and focus on each section of your strategy in turn.
– brush up on your marketing skills. Copywriter skills aren’t often connected with article writing – we tend to look on it as a different avenue of writing altogether. But a basic knowledge of it can boost our sales enormously
– work on having a positive state of mind, all the time. We all know what it’s like to have our work rejected. But it’s a fact that the more we write, and the more determined we are, the better we’ll get.
Apply these methods to your work from now on.
You’ll soon notice a difference in the amount of work you produce – and the amount of cash going into your bank account.
by Allison Whitehead