Looking for copywriting clients? Your copywriter’s business blog is the easiest-ever, hands-free way to attract new clients each week. Discover how you can make more money by blogging.1. Who Are Your Clients? Focus on Your Blog on ThemCreating a blog starts with planning. Make a list of all the copywriting services you provide, with a brief description of each one. Next, write a short “elevator speech” — this is a description of your business offerings in around 100 words.Next, consider the topic of your blog. Many copywriters instinctively choose to blog about copywriting.This can be a limiting topic. Think about your clients. Would they be looking for the kinds of copywriting tips that you would provide on your copywriting blog? Chances are that they won’t. You must target the people with whom you want to work.Here’s what works for many copywriters. They start a business news blog for their local area. So the title of your blog would be “__________ (Your Town) Business News”. Write about your local businesses and news of interest to them. Your clients will be checking up on what’s happening in their local area, and they’re bound to come across your blog.2. Blog Case Studies: Clients Love ThemBasically what you’re providing with your blog is some free publicity for your clients — current, past, and future clients. Businesses ego surf: they look for mentions of their name online. So your local businesses will find your blog, and will discover that you’re a copywriter.When they need a copywriter, guess who they’ll contact?Once you have clients, create case studies. People love case studies, and they’re excellent blog content. Occasionally you won’t be able to write up a case study on a client because your work with them will be highly confidential. That’s not a problem; many clients will be only too happy for you to write up what you did for them in a case study.3. No Time to Blog? No Matter — Think Long TermIf you are shuddering and thinking that now you’ve got to add blogging to your long daily to-do list, relax. You business blog fits itself to the time you have available. Blog when you have a moment, or when you’re in the mood. A couple of posts a month is all that’s required. As the content on your blog increases, more people will find you.You’ll get more clients over time, because your blog will be on line for years, and getting you new clients for many years to come.