Make Writing a Priority, Not a Pain – Upcoming Free Teleseminar Reveals Writing Secrets for Speakers, Coaches, and Self-Employed Professionals
October 09, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsWhen it comes to writing articles, books, and other marketing pieces, most busy self-employed professionals don't think they have time to consistently produce new content. So even though they know writing and publishing will help establish their expertise, attract new and ideal clients, and grow their business, they put it off. The solution? Implement systems to make writing easier and less time-consuming.
On Wednesday, October 21, 2009 at 8:00 p.m. EST, Melinda Copp, founder and executive editor of The Writer's Sherpa, will present the basics of creating a manageable, successful content marketing plan for speakers, consultants, and coaches in a free teleseminar called, "The Seven Secrets of Writing to Sell."
"You don't need hours upon hours of writing time to be productive – and no matter your intentions, most marketers can't devote more than an hour to writing on any given day," said Copp. "The key is to schedule small increments of time, maybe thirty minutes a day, on as many days as you can."
When busy self-employed professionals make writing a priority and implement systems to make it easier and faster, it's simple to maintain long-term writing projects like writing a blog or e-zine, publishing articles consistently, and finishing a book.
For anyone interested in establishing expertise, this free call will reveal tips on how to make writing easier, make your writing time more productive, and how to get the best results from all the marketing pieces you write and send into the world. Participants will also receive a downloadable audio recording of the call. To watch a video introduction and sign up for this free call, go to www.writerssherpaprograms.com/freecall.html.
The Writer's Sherpa, LLC, is a company dedicated to helping experts write and publish their way to the peak of success. In addition to one-on-one and group coaching programs, the company also publishes a weekly e-zine, called The WRITE Path, for speakers, coaches, and consultants who want to write to grow their business. To sign up, visit www.WritersSherpaPrograms.com.