We’re all feeling the weight of spending too much time at home by now.

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How to optimize your website for Google search, conduct keyword research, find engaging topics to write about, and various other SEO techniques

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If you are a business owner, or if you work for a business, you are well aware that the ultimate purpose of any website is to attract customers. After all, what’s the point of having a website if no one is looking at it?

Filling pages with carefully researched keywords…


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Shortly after the United States declared a national state of emergency amid the COVID-19 pandemic, I — like many Americans — scrambled to the grocery store in preparation to self-isolate for the next 14 days.

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Top 7 recommendations on how to prepare for a career as a full-time freelancer

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Taking the leap from part-time to full-time freelancing is one of the most exciting (yet terrifying) life choices I have ever made. Although I wouldn’t trade that decision for the world, there are several steps I took (and other steps I should have taken) to prepare for that monumental day.


Five ways to feel less isolated in your freelance journey

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Here’s what they don’t tell you when you decide to become a freelancer: it can be incredibly lonely. Whether you’re a writer, designer, photographer, etc., the work most freelancers do requires tremendous concentration. As a result, our work can also be very isolating.

Towards the end of 2019, I started…


Whether you’re a seasoned writer or new to the industry, this process will help refine your pitch

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If you’re reading this, you are most likely preparing to embark on the journey of full or part-time freelance writing. Or, perhaps you have been writing for several years and are trying to shift your focus and write for a different industry. This article will help clarify that all-too-frequent conundrum…


Without spending money on e-books, marketing, and courses

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When I made the choice to quit my real estate career and pursue freelance writing full-time, I — like many — knew that I had to scale very quickly. I also knew that I didn’t have time to take courses, nor did I have the funds to pour into marketing.


Rank higher in Google and optimize your content for search

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If you are a business owner, or if you work for a business, you are well aware that the ultimate purpose of any website is to attract customers. After all, what’s the point of having a website if no one is looking at it?

Filling pages with carefully researched keywords…


How I secured ~30 recurring clients my first year as a freelancer and spent $0 on marketing

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Finding and retaining clients is the single most important aspect of being a freelancer and business owner. …


Our mobile phones are, without a doubt, the most time-consuming items in our home. With Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, and countless other addicting apps, it can be extremely distracting to have your phone within arm’s reach. …

Amanda Sapio

Freelance marketing consultant & founder of AmandaSapio.com

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