What if you could be on your way to a full-time freelance writing income in just 6 weeks?
What if you could launch a business that would allow you to:
Quit your unfulfilling day job
Work for yourself, from anywhere in the world
Set your own schedule
Make a full-time living on part-time hours
Make more money than you ever thought you could as an employee
Free up your time to do what’s most meaningful to you
I went from writing for content mills and making $2.50 per article to making over $100 an hour... well more than I would have ever earned as an employee.
I've been able to cut back to a 10-hour workweek and still make a living.
I've built a thriving, part-time writing business that leaves me plenty of free time to pursue my passions.
The great thing is that you can build a thriving writing business, too, given enough effort, time, and the right strategy. I don’t have any background in writing. I didn’t have a writing-related college major, or write for my day job, or have any experience whatsoever. I just had the drive to learn freelance writing because I knew it could make my life better.
Freelance writing is amazing because it’s open to people from all backgrounds, as long as you are willing to put in the time to learn. Now is the time to get started!
A. You haven’t applied for your first writing gig yet.
You are looking for a seamless way to get started with all the information you need to find your first clients. This course will give you that roadmap!
B. You’ve already gotten started, but you’re underwhelmed by your results.
You’ve been spending a lot of time sending out applications, with few responses.
You’ve found a few low-paying clients, or are writing for content mills, and are wondering how it’s possible to actually become a well-paid writer.
You’re losing confidence in your ability to compete with all the other writers out there.
You’ve been reading a lot of conflicting, irrelevant, incomplete, or downright incoherent articles about freelance writing and just want to know, straight up, what you need to do next to find quality work.
You’re in the Right Place!
I’m sure you’re a smart cookie, and you don’t need to take a course to freelance write. But, taking my course will save you TONS of time and give you the best chance at success. Here’s why:
There are many tidbits of info here and there on the internet about how to become a freelance writer. But I remember that when I got started with writing, I spent so much time trying to patch together enough relevant, up-to-date, specific information to figure out what to actually do, from start to finish, to build a writing career.
What I craved was a solid PLAN, something that told me what I needed to know when, and what actions I needed to take next. I wasted a lot of time reading repetitive information, just to be sure I wasn’t missing some crucial step that would affect my chances of making it.
But why spend countless unpaid hours to piece together a solution... when you could just learn it from someone who’s been there before?
Instead of wasting your time, take the course, get the game plan, and start putting your time towards finding clients and actually getting paid. You’ll become a freelance writer sooner, and the course will pay for itself, because you’ll start earning money for your time rather than being stuck debating what you should do next to become a writer.
There’s a lot of competition out there. When entering the crowded world of new freelance writers, how do you stand out?
The thing is that most new writers approach the freelance writing world as if they’re new. (well, yeah, because they are!)
They’ve got no particular focus, so they try a bunch of different things to scrounge up some work… they waste their time and often lowball their earnings
They lack freelance skills/firsthand experience and aren’t sure how to approach clients professionally, so they miss the chance to leave a great first impression
They’re not confident in their value, so they’re unsure how to price their work, or how to approach looking for high quality work… they prevent themselves from landing the best clients
They lack an understanding of the business mindset needed to be valuable as a writer, so they present themselves the wrong way
Essentially, it’s very easy for a client to spot a new writer.
When you take this course, I’ll teach you how to be focused, purposeful, and confident from the moment you start sending applications. You can hit the ground running and avoid newbie mistakes, ones that flag you as a new writer and limit your potential. You’ll earn more money sooner, find better clients, and generally avoid the pitfalls of getting set up.
The best way to think like an experienced freelance writer is to follow a concrete, step-by-step method from someone with experience. I can help you clear a path and get past the hordes of other new writers.
That $100+ per hour I make? That’s not standard. I’ve had to do a few things differently to get here. I tried a lot of different tactics before finding ones that got me the results I wanted.
In this course I’ve taken everything I’ve learned from