That’s a great question and the short answer is this: I’m going to give you all the tools you need to start making money as a freelance writer.
And I don’t mean pocket money or a few bucks.
I know for a fact that freelance writing can be highly profitable. You just need the right tools to make it profitable for you.
So in this 6-day course, we’re going to cover all the things you need to know about freelancing. Here’s how it breaks down:
Day 1: Choosing your niche
Your niche is your specialty and having one is key if you want to become an expert on a particular topic or type of writing. On day one, you’ll learn how to decide which freelance writing services you want to offer and which freelance niches are the most profitable.
Day 2: Finding your ideal client
Once you’ve decided on a niche, the next step is figuring out the exact type of client you want to target. We’ll cover why having an ideal client in mind matters and how to create your personalized ideal client profile.
Day 3: Creating freelance writing samples
Before you can get freelance writing jobs, you need to have something to show to prospective clients. Here’s where we’ll cover how to create samples as a new freelance writer that you can use to market yourself to clients and why starting a blog can be a great way to build a portfolio fast.
Day 4: Building your network
Your network is one of the best ways to get referrals for freelance writing gigs. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to start building your social media profiles and grow your freelance network.
Day 5: Finding freelance writing gigs
This is what you’re really interested in, right? On day five, you’ll learn where to look for quality freelance writing jobs when you’re brand-new, how to target jobs you want to land, even when you have zero experience and how to set your target rate.
Day 6: Cold pitching 101
Cold pitching is something you need to master as a freelance writer but it’s not as intimidating as it sounds. By the end of day six, you’ll know how to craft a perfect cold freelance pitch, how to identify who to pitch and how to follow up to get gigs as a new freelancer.
How do I know if the course is worth my time?
Look, I’m the last person who’s interested in wasting anybody’s time. I’m a busy mom and business owner so I totally know how important it is to make every minute count.
The Freelance Launch Plan is designed for people who are serious about making a living online from freelance writing. That means the course is right for you if:
You’re committed to learning the basics of how to start your freelancing career.
You’re serious about putting the tips and advice I’m giving you to work.
You’re patient enough to give it time and focus on the long-game.
I hope so because I truly want you to kill it as you start your freelance writing journey.
So what are you waiting for? Sign up now!