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The Savvy Scribe, a podcast for savvy nurse writers and creatives who want to grow a profitable freelance writing business. Hear some stories about life and entrepreneurship from your host, Janine Kelbach RNC-OB, and her guests. Each episode is jam-packed with actionable tips in growing your business, goal planning, freelancing, productivity, life tools, and many more!
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Janine is taking us to another exciting episode where she reflects on the 200-week journey of The Savvy Scribe Podcast. She’s going to take us back to when this journey started and bring it to where it is today.Key points in this episode:– Janine reflects on the 200-week journey of The Savvy Scribe Podcast– Some testimonials from her avid listeners– She thanks the people behind the success of the podcast– Who are the audiences of the podcast– Janine’s pieces of advice for those who want to thrive in their business– How she plans and comes up with new episodesSay hi to Janine on socials!InstagramFacebookWant to listen to more inspiring episodes of The Savvy Scribe Podcast? Check these out!– Episode 100: What I Learned In 100 Episodes of the Show– Episode 171: How To Get Started With Freelance Writing – Back To Basics– Episode 170: How To Use 15 Hours A Week To Build A Side Hustle Or Business With Deanna Gillingham– Episode 167: Habits To Set You Up For Success With Tammy Johnston– Episode 166: 5 Ways To Stay Motivated While Working RemotelyWelcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
Listen to this new episode of The Savvy Scribe Podcast and learn how easy and fun it can be to create short-form videos on Tiktok to sell your writing services.About the Guest:Aubree is a freelancer and host of the Freelancer to CEO podcast, who helps women experience the freedom and joy that comes from designing a freelancing business with the skills they already have. When she’s not supporting her clients and students, you can find her looking for her next DIY project, bringing her fave reality TV shows, or snuggling up on the couch with her boys.Aubree has been a guest on several podcasts including The Passive Income Nurse because she knows the importance of showing up with real valueKey points in this episode:– How setting a biz goal first & creating targeted content around it helps everything fall into place– How to batch creative videos by repurposing your popular blog, social, podcast content (don’t reinvent the wheel & dancing not required)– How to show up and have fun as YOU so your potential clients know what to expect and keep coming back for more (+ how consistent growth outweighs ‘overnight success)– How engaging and answering questions on TikTok helps curate new content (for TikTok, podcast, social)Connect with Aubree:TiktokInstagramAubree’s Spotify playlist of guest interviews: https://spoti.fi/33dEe6FWelcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
Is creating an author bio something you struggle with? While you’re thinking about it way too much, it’s almost a reason not to keep going forward. But worry no more. Listen in as Janine gives her expert tips!Key points in this episode:– How to create an author bio– Things Janine learned about writing an author biography in 10 years of running her own freelance writing business– Is there a perfect word count when writing an author bio?– How to format your bio– Things to include in your bioConnect with Janine:LinkedInFacebookInstagramCheck out more episodes of The Savvy Scribe Podcast to help you get started in freelance writing:Episode 195: What Documents Should I Have Handy To Save Myself Time When I Get Hired On?Episode 171: How To Get Started With Freelance Writing – Back To BasicsEpisode 168: How Do I Pick A Topic To Write About?Episode 165: How Do I Write For Clients?Episode 159: Three Ways To Get Your Writing Noticed With Helen RyanWelcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
So, how do you deliver a white-glove experience that retains clients and increases referrals? Tune in to this new episode of The Savvy Scribe Podcast as I and my guest, Jackie Sunga discussed copywriting and more!Key points in this episode:– What got her into copywriting?– Email marketing vs social media: which is more effective?– Copywriting vs content writing– How she found most of her clients– What is the white glove strategy?– Difference between marketing and customer service– The importance of proper communication with clients– The role of intake questionnaire in setting boundaries– Processes Jackie does for her clients’ journey– Setting boundaries and doing a proposal and intake questionnaireAbout the Guest:Jackie Sunga is a certified master marketer, conversion copywriter, and brand voice strategist. She helps new and established online course creators, coaches, and creative service providers productize their knowledge and launch educational courses, coaching programs, and powerful brands with strategic messaging that scales their businesses without burnout.Growing her own business to surpass six figures in one year, Jackie specializes in launching, sales copy, and brand voice to help her clients attract perfect-fit customers and boost conversions of their sales funnels. Her approach to sales copy and brand messaging is strategic, data-driven, and fueled by deep customer empathy, so clients can sell without sleazy or pushy sales tactics.Jackie lives in Houston, Texas, with her husband and two dogs.Connect with Jackie:Website: http://www.jackiesunga.co/Check out Jackie’s free resource: https://www.jackiesunga.co/wgs – a checklist to help you provide more white glove service to your clients to get even more referrals and retain them longerWelcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
How do you get a byline and the interest of the editors in a publication you love? Let’s hear some tips from my guest, Amber Petty!Key points in this episode:– Amber shares how she got into freelance writing rather than her background in arts– Some of her favorite publications she has written for– Pitching and how to do it right– Great places to pitch– What is a byline– How to gain the interest of the editors and readers– How to overcome writer’s block when pitching– How many times should we be pitching– What’s the response time from the editors– How pitching works– How to get your first gig when you don’t have work samplesAbout the Guest:Amber Petty is a writer/teacher in Los Angeles, who’s written for the New York Times, Parade, Greatist, Bustle, Thrillist, MTV, and some less fancy publications. In addition to writing, she helps creatives break into freelance writing and get bylines in fun places like Vox, Vulture, Polygon, Huffington Post, and lots more.Connect with Amber:WebsiteInstagramAdditional resources mentioned in the show:–  Go to Amberpetty.com to download her free resource - a list of 250 publications that pay for your writing. It includes the masthead or submission info for places in a wide range of niches. – CovertKit – Ulysses – if you are doing different types of writing or you just want a space that’s not on Google Docs or just kind of a separate space for it, download it on your phone and on your computer, and it saves automatically.Welcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
Nothing feels better than when your contract is signed and your client is ready to go forward with work! How can we make ourselves look stellar from the start? By having documents ready to go, the client can move faster with upcoming work. Today, I am going to give you 6 documents you should always have on hand as a freelancer. In this digital age on hand means in a folder on your computer, Google Drive and/or a CRM that holds files, I like HoneyBook.Documents you always need on hand for clients:Rates sheetProposalsContractInvoice TemplateConnect with Janine:LinkedInFacebookInstagramAdditional resources mentioned in the show:HoneybookIRS W9 formMore episodes related to freelancing!Episode 190: What Should I Put Inside My Contracts?Episode 171: How To Get Started With Freelance Writing – Back To BasicsEpisode 156: The Power Of CommunityEpisode 150: Top 10 Tools For Successful Remote WorkingEpisode 151: The Writer’s Guide To Getting OrganizedWelcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
Freelancing can bring a lot of advantages but can it can be challenging, too. Listen in as my guest, Laura Briggs shares her tips on how to prevent freelance burnout so you can enjoy your work!About Laura BriggsLaura Briggs is a three-time TEDx speaker, freelance writer, and the author of five books, including the Six-Figure Freelancer. She used to be a 7th-grade teacher, and she was in a Ph.D. program at night. She suddenly realized that she didn’t see herself doing that same thing for 30 years in a classroom and just collect that retirement. She literally Googled how to become a freelance writer and gained several longest clients. Freelancing is something that she always seems to come back to, and she fell in love with it.Key points in this episode:How Laura started her freelance careerHow she fought freelance burnout over many years of freelancingHer tips to prevent freelance burnoutThings she hates to deal with as a freelancerReasons why we experience freelance burnoutConnect with Laura:LinkedInFacebookInstagramResources mentioned in the show:Operation Freelance – a program that educates and trains military spouses and military veterans with the tools, skills, and strategies as they start their freelance careers.Welcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
Finding evidence-based research to use in our writing is essential for standing out in the health writing space. Knowing how to find sources to help patients distinguish real information pertinent to their diagnosis can be tricky, but I’m here to provide three ways to access and find sources for free! Tips inside this episode!Check your hospital library – when I was writing papers for my BSN, I would often use the library and rarely saw anyone else inside. You may also be able to access library resources through the hospital intranet.UpToDate is an expensive subscription, but if you’re a hospital employee, you can ask the librarian for a home access.Websites such as WebMD, Healthline, and other credible sites ending in .gov or .org are great for sourcing.BONUS tip: if you’re looking to interview someone as a source, check Facebook groups related to that area and you’re sure to find someone willing to be interviewed.I have more episodes that will help you find sources for your content writing!Episode 183: Research And The Right Way To Do It With Katie MomoEpisode 172: How To Simplify Content Creation With Jen LiddyEpisode 150: Top 10 Tools For Successful Remote WorkingEpisode 144: Create A Process For Your Content That Can Be ReplicatedWelcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
Today’s episode is about ghostwriting tips with my guest, award-winning book writer, Dr. Cindy Childress. If you’d love to consider this niche, join us to hear her 3 time and money-saving tips today!About the Guest:Dr. Cindy Childress is an expert ghostwriter and book editor for entrepreneurs who want to write books that make money and impact. Her business, Childress Communication, won two Gold Awards with the International Business Awards 2021, Company of the Year in Business or Professional Services and Company of the Year in Media and Entertainment. Her clients got on to achieve bestseller status, give Ted Talks and win book awards, sign book deals, and more!What’s inside this episode!3 time and money-saving tipsHow Dr. Cindy pursued writingHow she entered entrepreneurshipHow the process of book writing worksImportant questions to ask when writing a bookWhat are ghostwriting interviewsConnect with Dr. Cindy!FacebookLinkedInInstagramVisit her website, https://cindychildress.com/Welcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
There are a lot of resources out there for introverts who need to sell (and you will if you want clients), but for today’s episode, I am going to answer your question: “should I use a script for my discovery calls?”What’s inside this episode!Two things I need to have to clientsSome things to remember when going on a call with a potential clientUsing a script during a discovery callA recap of the last 5 discovery calls I had and what my clients said on those callsConnect with Janine!LinkedInFacebookInstagramResources mentioned:I am revamping my course Plan, Produce, Profit so please watch out for the new content, tips, and skills that I am going to tackle during the sessions. If you’re looking for some scripts to use, we have lessons and scripting inside my course for nurses who want to become freelance writers. Want to learn if building a freelance nurse writing business is right for you? Join me on my upcoming webinar, How to Start & Grow Your Freelance Nurse Writing Business in 2023! I have more episodes related to doing your discovery calls!Episode 179: How To Approach Discovery CallsEpisode 180: How Many Discovery Calls Do I Need?Welcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
Today, we’re talking about things you should put in your contracts. If you’re a member of the Plan, Produce, Profit course, you’ve heard me talk about contracts many times, but why are we so scared about them?Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer. I’m a nurse. But all this information I obtained from different lawyers. This is not legal advice. Please take this with a grain of salt. Know that it’s something that you should put inside a contract, but when you finally get a contract together, it’s important to maybe get it looked at by a lawyer so that you know it’s legit. What’s inside this episode!The importance of having a contractHow to overcome your fear of creating contracts for your clientsEssential things you should never forget to put in your contractsThe benefits for you and your clients in having a contractA tool you can use for creating and sending your contractsConnect with Janine!LinkedInFacebookInstagramResources mentioned:Manage your projects, book clients, send contracts, proposals, and invoices, and get paid using Honeybook — and avail 20% off for one year using my referral code!I have more episodes related to having contracts!Episode 59 – Easy Steps To Create A Contract Process With Damion JenkinsEpisode 4: Getting Paid as a FreelancerWelcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
Today, we’re talking about why every business needs a website. My guest, Thomas Uzuegbunem, joins us today in this exciting episode of The Savvy Scribe podcast!Key points we’ve discussed:Why every business needs a website?What kind of businesses need websites?Some website-building platforms to try outHow to have a websiteThe best platform to use if you’re looking to implement SEO strategy in your websiteComparing website-building toolsHe suggests a better website tool for content managementBasic yet essential things that must be added to the websiteWebsite design tips: fonts and colorsWhere to buy a domainWhat domain variation to chooseWhat makes a website easy to navigateAbout the guest:Thomas Uzuegbunem is a registered nurse in Oklahoma and currently works in GI. His expertise is in ICU mental health ranging from inpatient to outpatient, all sorts, from pediatrics all the way to like geriatrics. He is the owner of NurseMoneyTalk and also hosts the NurseMoneyTalk, a podcast that talks about a nurse’s career, struggles and life. and the Nursing Student podcasts. He has another podcast which is The Nursing Student podcast which talks about all things nursing school and what it takes to become a nurse. Thomas aims to help nursing students become nurses and excel in their career and their nursing life. He thought of doing something different in the middle of his nursing career which eventually led him to the trail of building websites.Follow Thomas on LinkedIn! Check him out and subscribe to his YouTube Channel, the NurseMoneyTalk, a channel geared towards nurses’ and nursing students’ struggles and challenges where Welcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
You can manage time even if it’s hard to do. Yes, you heard it right, it’s really hard to do, but you can! Let’s dive into this episode and grab some tips on how to manage time as a writer that you can implement this week.Time… you don’t have enough of it and it goes too fast.But in simple terms, we all have 24 hours in one day. We can all make those excuses and we can all give up.I'd love to talk about time management and productivity. The best time management tips I will share with you come from our coworking events inside my Plan, Produce, Profit course. Inside that event, we hold each other accountable for completing tasks. Sometimes it’s pitching. Other times, it’s writing.How to Manage Time EffectivelyWhatever your goal is, we get it done on that day. But how can you implement that into your normal life? I’m going to give you ten tips not only to manage time but how I even manage my household to make the best of my working time.Plan your week ahead.Create repeatable tasks every week.Get one of those little closet organizers for your kids and or yourself.Get up early or stay up late.Pomodoro all day long.Start a morning routine.Do not plan 8 hours of deep work. Go on walks often.Power nap.House ritualI have more episodes that contain tips to help you manage time and become productive!Episode 44: 168 Hours In A Week – Use Them Or Lose ThemEpisode 35 – Batching Work: The Optimal Way To ProductivityEpisode 36 -When Should You Plan Your Week?Episode 161: Time Vs. Money With Deanna GillinghamWelcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
The common question I get from writers is, “how do I find clients?” I’ll be tackling this topic in this episode today, but then I want you to think of another question that you have to answer first. That is, “who are my ideal clients?”Let’s dive in!Key points in this episode:How to find clients that fit youDifferent scenarios with different ideal clientsWays you can find your ideal clientsWhere to find your ideal clientsWe talk all about finding clients inside my Plan, Produce, Profit course when we have our open Q&A sessions.Want more tips? Check out these episodes that share more information on how you can find your ideal clients!Episode 105: Identifying Your Ideal Client With Kelly WhitmanEpisode 111: How To Build A Brand That Attracts Your Ideal Client With Moriah RionaEpisode 175: Creating A Potential Client ListEpisode 141: How To Make Your Portfolio Stand Out When Applying For Freelance Jobs With Aly GouletEpisode 136: Creating Leads In Your Business As A Freelancer With Craig CanningsWelcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
If you are looking to do freelancing, then this episode is perfect for you! My today’s guest, Lizzy Colombo, is sharing with us the benefits of a white labeling career as well as the foundational pillars that we all need to get started and thrive in our freelance writing business!Key points in this episode:What is white labeling careerWhy white labeling is perfect for beginners and seasoned writersBenefits of white labeling in diversifying your incomeThe four key facets to a successful and profitable white labeling careerThe foundational pillars that we all need to get started and thriveTime blocking tipsSome time management tips for freelancersSetting boundaries while meeting deadlinesAbout the guest:Lizzy is the owner and lead designer of White Point Creative, a boutique creative agency that specializes in brag-worthy brand identities and custom ShowIt websites for lifestyle brands and wellness entrepreneurs. When she isn’t discovering new fonts or working with her clients and team, you can find her on the beach with her husband and English Springer Spaniels, Folly & Daisy.She is a seasoned freelancer with over 7 years as a graphic designer. In the last few years, she has noticed an uptick in questions in FB groups about freelancing and white labeling. So she started answering questions pulling from her own successful professional career. Lizzy now holds Freelance Fridays, a live Instagram training, as well as producing content on the subject on her blog, newsletter, and Instagram! Watch out for her special new offering for freelancers in the fall!Resources mentioned on the show:Dubsado – a tool for invoicing, contracts, schedulerCheck out Lizzy on Instagram: @freelance.freedom.collectiveWelcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
You’re going to love our new episode today! Aureal Williams joins us to share three ways to write from the inside out, so tune in and get some tips that you can use for your freelance writing career.Listen in and learn:The three ways to write from the inside outHow she got the idea of integrating astrology and nursingHow she started her love for writingWhy is meditation important when you start writingBenefits of having a ritual when you writeHow to meditate in an easy wayHow meditating helps you fight writer’s blockFinding your own ritualAbout Aureal WilliamsAureal Williams is a writer, intuitive guided imagery consultant, and deep space astrologer. As a long-time tracker of quantum shift changes over the past 60 years, she authored a definitive book, 5D Ordinary Descriptions of an Extraordinary Shift. Her blog posts are weekly and distributed widely over social media. https://aurealwilliams.com/blog/ Aureal works with individuals and teams wanting more unconditional love, intuitive living, a new relationship with Time, skill in letting go and living the present moment, and embodied sovereignty.Resources mentioned in the show:5D Ordinary Descriptions of an Extraordinary ShiftRead her blog! https://aurealwilliams.com/blog/If you find this episode interesting and want to reach out to Aureal for more inspiring tips in writing, you may send her an email to: relaureal@reelwilliams.comFollow Aureal on socials!Aureal Williams 5D, Here, Now | FacebookAureal Williams | FacebookWelcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
As many of you know, I started my freelance journey back in 2013. I did a LOT of research. I googled everything, followed people that were doing what I wanted to do, and I noted a lot of things, especially about pricing along the way. That’s what we’re here to talk about today, pricing and showcasing your services.Key points in this episode:How to showcase your pricing to your potential clients.Should you put your pricing on your website?Reasons why or why not should you put your pricing on your websiteSome perks and tips when you join the Plan, Produce, Profit courseHow to list your servicesA bonus tip!3 Reasons Why I DON’T Put My Pricing on My Website1. Every client has a different budget2. Your going rate is going to change3. Everything is negotiable Welcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
Today, we’re talking about research! Our guest, Katie, joins us today to discuss how research can help speed up your writing and the right way to do it.About Katie MomoKatie Momo is a copywriter for online courses and programs. She also coaches other freelancers on how to create sustainable and profitable service businesses. She is known for sales pages and emails. Katie has also worked with multimillion-dollar businesses doing copy and a billion-dollar organization doing social.Don’t miss this episode to learn more about:How she started doing social media for businesses and how her strategy worked for winning clientsHer career and wearing many hatsResearching and the right way to do itWhy we need our clients to give us the research they need for us to develop the best type of content for themHow research speeds up your writing and makes clients happyImportance of research in writingResources mentioned in the show:Book More Clients bundleGreat sites or resources to use when doing your research:PubMedGoogle ScholarMedscapeHealthlineAlso, connect with Katie on Instagram and LinkedIn, where she speaks about copy, content creation, and building a service-based business. If you want to learn more about these to add them to your writing skills, check her out on her website, too!Welcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
Curious about SEO writing and strategies? We’ve got Drashti with us today to discuss more about the basics of SEO and how to incorporate it to content writing.Key points we’ve discussed in this episode:SEO Basics: What is SEO?Tips about SEO writingSome useful resources when you’re writing for websitesHow SEO writing for high-converting websites looks likeWhat brought her to writing?How she started her career in copywriting and website designTips for writing good SEO copy or content for different kinds of clientsHow do content writing and SEO strategy work together?How to include SEO while writing a blog postWhat are backlinks?5 SEO writing tipsProper ways to use keywords in SEO writingAbout the GuestFrom working at a medical device company to writing for several, Drashti still calls herself a generalist writer. As a full-time content and copy writer, she likes to learn and write about almost everything under the sun. She’s worked with 6-to-7 figure coaches and consultants, online publications, and small to mid-sized businesses. She’s also starting a new business as a copywriter and a website designer where she’ll be sharing resources on all things websites. She’ll be doing that by providing knowledge, tips, and updates plus several DIY and Done With You options for new freelancers and small business owners. When not writing, you can find her with her nose in a book or looking up new spots to travel to.Tools and resources mentioned in the show:Ubersuggest by Neil PatelSemrushWordtracker ScoutFollow Drashti on socials!Welcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
Ever wonder if writing a book fits you? Or have you thought of educating writers using your skill in writing? Book coach Jennie Nash is here with us today to share her tips and resources for our book coach and book writer aspirants!Jennie is here with us today to talk about:Book writingEducating writers who want to write a bookWhat exactly being a writer isWhy people get into writingHow the Blueprint Method helps anybody who might be thinking about starting a bookYour ‘why’ or the reasons why you want to write a bookResources for writers who want to become a book coachWhy Jennie chooses educating writers as her nicheAbout Jennie NashJennie Nash is the founder and CEO of Author Accelerator, a company on a mission to lead the emerging book coaching industry. Author Accelerator has trained more than 100 book coaches in both fiction and nonfiction through their book Coaching Certification Program. Jennie’s own book coaching clients have landed top New York agents and six-figure book deals with Big 5 houses such as Penguin, Scribner, Simon & Schuster, and Hachette, and won dozens of national indie book awards. Client KJ Dell’Antonia became an instant New York Times bestseller and Reese Witherspoon Book Club pick in 2020, and in 2021, Client Jenn Lim, hit the Wall Street Journal bestseller list. Jennie is the author of 10 books in 3 genres.Valuable Resources in She Uses in Educating WritersJennie shared two resources that she uses in educating writers to write a book. Both have 14-step processes  and philosophy that she teaches and adheres to, which is that you have to think before you write. Grab this Blueprint for a Book worksheet to help set you up for writing your own book.Blueprint for a Welcome to the Savvy Scribe Podcast, I'm so glad you're here! Before we start the show, if you're interested, we have a free Facebook group called "Savvy Nurse Writer Community"I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNESAnd if you love it, can I ask for a Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and visit savvynursewriter.com to help you get started today!Support the showFOLLOW & REVIEW THE SAVVY SCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS I appreciate you following me and listening today. I would LOVE for you to subscribe: ITUNES And if you love it, can I ask for a review? Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review.” If you’re ready to start exploring if freelance writing is your next PRN job or even full-time, I invite you to check out the Savvy Nurse Writer Community on Facebook and the Plan Produce Profit Course + Membership to help you get started today!
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