If you want to establish an exciting new career in the world of freelance writing, my free email course will help you get started.
It’s completely free, no strings attached, and the seven course modules will arrive directly in your inbox – one each week.
What is Covered in the Course?
The course is divided into seven modules, as follows:
- The myths and realties of making a living writing.
- The various types of writing work you can earn money for.
- How much you can earn from freelance writing.
- How to assess the standard of your writing, and how to improve.
- The value and importance of starting a blog.
- How to get your portfolio ready and start firing off pitches and applications.
- Wrap-up and next steps.
“It was really refreshing to read content without any ulterior motives. No hard sells or attempts to sell me anything. Your course is so different to many of the ‘free’ courses out there!” Derek D, June 2019.
Who is the Course For?
This course is primarily intended for novices with no previous experience of freelance writing. However, it will also prove useful to those with previous writing experience who are entering the world of freelancing for the first time.
How Does the Course Work?
First off – and most importantly – the course is completely free.
After signing up using the form below, you will receive the first module by email. You’ll then receive the remaining modules at weekly intervals.
But what’s involved?
Each week, you are introduced to a different aspect of the freelance writing world. There’s then some suggested “homework,” and links to further reading.
The homework and further reading is optional. However, the people who get the most out of this course are undoubtedly those who take full advantage of all of the advice and guidance.
I’m in! What’s next?
Simply enter your email address in the form below. You will receive a confirmation email, so make sure you look out for it and confirm your registration. If you don’t see the email, check your spam, junk and clutter folders. Sometimes emails are placed in these folders in error. To ensure you don’t miss any emails, check these folders regularly and “whitelist” emails from email@example.com.