I’m giving it all to you, no holds barred
The techniques I use, how I’ve used them, how other writers I know have used them, with examples, templates, and actual samples of queries, letters, emails, and tweets sent that landed me and others high-paying work.
This is a list I once made for myself when I was marketing five times a day, and like many of you, kept running out of ideas. Having this list on hand was crucial to my success and efficiency in getting clients.
It’s the simplest way possible to not only get one or two new clients, but to start a consistent stream of high-paying clients that can help you get your freelance career off the ground and soaring into the skies.
If you want to grow in your freelance career with the minimum investment, this is a no-brainer offer and the best place to start.
No more wondering, no more waking up in the morning and knowing that you need to do some marketing but having no idea about how to go about doing it.
Higher-paying clients that are a joy to work with.
It all starts here.
We’ll Be Looking At:
- how to create time for marketing in your week
- how to do it easily, efficiently, and with the best results
- how to weed out the low-paying clients and focus on higher-paying ones
- the daily habits you need in order to grow your client base consistently
- finding editors and clients who are the right fit for you and your goals
- doing more of the writing that you love and enjoy
- getting assignments and receiving money weekly
- getting it all done by utilizing your natural skills and talents
- letting it be FUN!
Because isn’t it time you stopped making it so damn difficult?
If you’re ready to grow your freelancing career, take the fear and resistance out of marketing, and start working with people you respect, this course is for you.
Let’s talk about the specifics of each module and what it covers.
If you want higher-paying freelance clients, you’re going to have to fall in love with the pitching. In this module, I’m going to walk through the many different types of pitching: query letters, LOIs, contests, cold calling, submitting essays, and more.
What’s the kind of work available to freelance writers who want to earn a high income and where the heck do you find it? I cover that in this module.
Your personal networks can be a fantastic source of freelance clients. Here’s how to find out who your friends, family and acquaintances know (and how to get work from them!)
Your clients can help you find more clients. This is how. In this module, we will cover three very strategic ways of doing just that.
How to write your profiles on freelance networks and directories so that you attract high-paying work to you. In this module, we’ll cover one-and-done marketing: Do the work once, and have clients coming to you forever.
The dreaded word: Networking. Here’s how to make it effective AND fun. (And trust me– it’s more than just going to events. In fact, I share five different strategies in this section.)
Community is important, not just for your mental health, but for your financial health as well. In this module we’ll talk about what to do to find additional clients without pissing off your writer friends.
BE AN EXPERT
Being seen as an expert in your field will get you higher-paying clients. In this module, I will cover eight different ways to become known in your industry and show you how to use that to get clients.
It’s not as simple as tweeting every now and again or keeping your profiles keyword-rich. You can get very strategic with social media and it can help immensely with getting work.
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