SEO Copywriting E-Course Details

Yuwanda Black of New Media Words: An Online Writing CompanyIf you have a question that’s not answered below, feel free to send me an email: info[at] Note: Seo Writing Jobs is a subsidiary site of Inkwell Editorial.

What qualifies you to teach me about SEO writing?

I’ve been a freelance writer since 1993, and have specialized in providing SEO content since 2007. I head New Media Words (, an online writing company. See my full bio.

What’s the difference between your SEO writing ebook and the SEO copywriting course?

The SEO ebook teaches you how to get SEO writing work, particularly if you already have experience as a freelance writer. Many have bought the ebook and have gone on to very successfully start getting work in this niche, as witnessed by the testimonials on the page discussing the ebook.

And yes, every one of those are actual testimonials I’ve received from those who bought the ebook and implemented the tactics I discussed. They work, if you put in the work.

But, if you need to be trained, then the SEO copywriter training course is for you. In April (2017), I migrated all of Inkwell Editorial’s courses over to Teachable. What does this mean?

Instant Access; Lifetime Updates

This means you no longer have to wait for me to email you pdf files. You can access the course immediately upon paying. And the best part is, you get updates for free — immediately and forever. You just log in, and they’ll always be available to you. You pay once, and the course — and all updates — are yours free for life.

Get full details. FYI, you can pay in 2 installments on both versions of this course. There’s a standalone course, and a bundled offer.

What’s the difference between the two courses?

With the bundled offer, you get two courses for one low price, and my feedback on your writing sample and marketing plan. No feedback is offered with the standalone version, which is just one course, of course. All of the SEO course’s material is the same in both versions though.

Here are more details about the differences between the two.

Is there a deadline to complete the course?

FYI, you can take your time going through the course no matter which version you take, but there is a deadline (two weeks after you enroll) to get the writing sample and marketing plan back to me if you go with the bundled offer. I then have 7-days to get my feedback back to you. FYI, it’s not something you have to do; that’s only if you want my feedback.

How often is the course(s) updated?

The course is updated as frequently as Google makes algorithm changes that affect SEO writing — whenever that happens. Sometimes it can be two or three times a year; other times it may be once every year or two. I check it every two or three months though, updating stats and other changes as they affect / are pertinent to online/SEO writing.

Bottom line: The course is always current in terms of what you need to know about how to write SEO content correctly, so you never have to worry about that.

How do I get in touch with you if I have questions while going through the course?

One person considering the bundled course asked, “I’m contemplating joining you and Laura’s seo course but do I really need a Facebook account to conduct this type of business or to communicate with you?

My Answer: No, you don’t need a FB account. You can correspond with either me or Laura via email. The only reason we started a FB group is that many people find closed FB groups helpful, so we wanted to give that option because sometimes issues you hadn’t even thought of will be brought up and addressed. But, you can absolutely reach out via email if that is your preference.

How do I enroll?

Click the “Enroll” button to the class you select in Inkwell Editorial’s school on Teachable.

Don’t forget your freebies

With enrollment, you get tons of freebies, so check the “Bonus” section of the course you’re interested in to see what’s offered.

SEO Writers: Here’s One Way to Land Some Long-Term Clients

Reel in Long-Term Clients

How? Here’s one way. It requires a little work on your part and some time to work, but it can pay off big in securing long-term clients over the long haul.

  1. Send clients a simple question. This can be done via email. Ask them what keyword(s) they’re NOT ranking for that they would like to rank for.
  2. Once they answer, use this keyword research tool to craft a series of prospective articles. The reason they’re prospective is you’re not going to write them (yet). You’re going to do some keyword research to come up with a list of titles for some “themed posts.”
  3. Send the client a list of 5 titles of proposed articles. Do a little explanation of what themed content is and why it ranks so well. Tell them that adding content like this — over time — to their website/blog will start to increase traffic.

Why Does This Work

Number one, it shows clients that you know your stuff as an SEO writer. Secondly, it whets their appetite for the proposed titles you come up with. Third, it plants the seed that you’re interested not in “just writing” for them — but in growing their blog traffic.

And finally — I’ll bet you’ll be one of the only freelance writers to take this approach — making you stand out more.

Again, this does take some upfront work on your part. But even if you land just a few clients, you’ll be able to charge more for your services, because you’re providing so much more than “just writing.” And again, these clients will likely  be more loyal to you because you’ll be getting results for them.

About the Keyword Research Software You’ll be Using

The name of it is Web Content Studio. Andy Williams is the creator. It tells you the words and phrases that you need to use to write about a topic as if you were an authority.

It does this by analyzing the top ranked page(s) in Google for the term you’re targeting and brings back (ie, spits out) the key words and phrases used on those pages so you can use them in your content. 

Write SEO Content for Your Clients – and Charge a Premium for It

I personally know of a few SEO writers who swear by this software. They use it to seamlessly write themed SEO content for their clients. In fact, that’s how I became aware of it.

Learn more about how one freelance writer learned of Andy’s software and began charging a premium for this type of content because he was getting such great results for his clients.

P.S.: Get trained to start this high-paying, freelance writing career.

Remember, when you learn how to write SEO content, you learn so much more than this one skill because it gives you the knowledge you need to take control of your financial future.

Have questions? Send an email to info**at** Note: is an Inkwell Editorial property. You can also contact me via Inkwell Editorial’s Facebook page.

P.P.S.: The average salary of SEO writers has fluctuated between $40K to around $70K since I started tracking it in 2009. That’s thousands of dollars above the median household income in the U.S.

FYI, Did You Know You Can Buy the Course Now & Pay for It Later?

Get the Training You Need to Become a Highly Paid Online Writer You can! using Bill Me Later (aka PayPal Credit).

I use it all the time to make purchases online – everything from plane tickets to paying other freelancers I outsource work to.

It’s a wonderful way to get what you need now if you’re a little cash strapped.

About Your Receipt: Your PayPal payment serves as your receipt. Please keep it for your files, as the cost of the class is tax deductible.

Again, yet the SEO writing course details and the current pricing here.

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Note: Inkwell Editorial is the parent site of Seo Writing Jobs.

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