Write Your Way to Your First $1k
Everything you need to know about starting a freelance writing business from scratch
Yes, you can become a well-paid writerâ€¦in just a few short weeks
You love to write. You want to write. Heck, people have told you that you should write.
And youâ€™ve even heard about freelance writing.
But, thereâ€™s only one problem:
You donâ€™t have a clue how to begin or if itâ€™s possible to make a living as a writer.
Does this sound like you?
You think freelance writing means churning out bulk writing pieces for pennies.
Youâ€™re sure there isnâ€™t a way to land a freelance writing job because thereâ€™s too much competition out there.
When you did attempt to find a freelance writing job, you had no idea how to pitch, what to write or how to â€œsellâ€ yourself.
You feel like youâ€™re spinning your wheels, wasting time reading everything under the sun and paralyzed to take action.
Youâ€™re failing miserably.
And to top it all off, you still have to go to your soul-crushing 9-5 job tomorrow.
Thereâ€™s a better way to make a living from writing, and you donâ€™t need experience or a degree
I was just like you.
I didnâ€™t want to go back to a job that ripped me away from my twins. They were only babies at the time, and my mama bear instinct was in full gear. Plus, daycare costs for twins would have eaten up my paycheck.
I KNEW I had to stay home to raise my twins, but had no idea how I could do that and still contribute to our familyâ€™s finances. I made the decision to work from home.
But, where do I start? How can I replace my full-time income by working from home?
The answer: freelance writing for online businesses
In less than 6 months, I was able to fully replace my salary while still being able to take care of my twins during the day.
And Iâ€™m doing this part-time.
When I first started freelance writing, I made a ton of mistakes that cost me money and clients. I had no clue how to attract the RIGHT client, and I was frustrated with all the pitches I sent that didnâ€™t land me any paid gigs.
I went from making barely enough to pay for a cup of coffeeâ€¦
To making thousands of dollars per blog post (Yes! Thatâ€™s $1200 for one blog post).
I made a few tweaks and tried some new ideas. I knew I didnâ€™t have time to constantly be seeking out new clients, so I made them come to me!
I developed a solid and successful strategy using the right tools, and everything changed. I couldnâ€™t believe it!
From pennies to four figures and making a living from writing â€“ without experience. Whoa!
You know what? This could easily be you.
What if you couldâ€¦.
Finally get paid for your writing. You donâ€™t have to compete for jobs against hundreds of people and in the end, earn pennies for your hard work.
Learn the exact blueprint on setting up your freelance business and knowing the exact tools and strategies you need to attract clients, land clients and retain clients.
Know where to find high-paying clients. No more hustling ten hours a day and no more sending pitches that go straight to the trash and never see the light of day again.
Turn your passion for writing into a profitable and sustainable business. Youâ€™ll have the confidence, skills, and support you need to earn serious income as a freelance writer.
Itâ€™s possible because Iâ€™ve done it.
I built my freelance writing business part-time while staying home and taking care of my twins. I know itâ€™s achievable.
Introducing Write Your Way to Your First $1k â„¢
A proven method to help new writers fast-track their way to success with freelance writing â€“ no experience needed.
There are two ways to become a freelance writer
Do it alone. If you do it by yourself youâ€™ll probably make a ton of mistakes â€“ I did. Let me guess â€“ youâ€™ll probably waste time looking for jobs in the wrong places, stress over how to pitch and end up getting headaches over figuring out if youâ€™re doing this right. After three months and no freelance writing job to show for it, you give up. Then you have a minor freak out.
Take a proven shortcut that sets you up for success. Write Your Way to Your First $1k is a step-by-step plan on becoming a profitable writer. Youâ€™ll get a framework to attract and find long-term clients.
MODULE 1: LAYING THE FOUNDATION
Discover what to expect as a freelance writer and understand the skills you need to start off on the right track. Learn the costs to start freelance writing, how to find your profitable niche, what services to offer, creating goals and having that solopreneur mindset.
MODULE 2: BUILDING YOUR WRITER PLATFORM
Learn the exact copy to increase your conversion rate (aka more gigs) on your writer website, create and optimize your social media profiles and start building a visual brand online.
MODULE 3: BUILDING YOUR PORTFOLIO
Learn how to create and display your portfolio for maximum visibility. Find the key components to land a guest post, draft your author bio and format your blog posts to attract high-paying clients.
MODULE 4: FINDING WRITING CLIENTS
Learn step-by-step how to find clients on job boards, social media, through cold pitching, locally, with boutique content marketing agencies and from unlikely ways. Yes, I tell you all ways to land clients, and youâ€™ll get your handy 95+ ways to land client cheatsheet too.
MODULE 5: YOUR PITCH
Learn the process to set your rate (so you can make a living out of this) and learn the skills and tools to pitch like a pro. You will also get access to my pitch archive full of swipe copy and templates you can use.
MODULE 6: YOUR FIRST $1K
Dive deep into writing online for small businesses. You will get a breakdown of how to write a highly engaging, high-paying blog post for your clients. You will also learn (with video enhanced training too) how to format your post, submit your post, source and optimize images, upload posts to WordPress, create zip files, my 5-step editing process and how to annotate your images.
MODULE 7: YOUR FREELANCE BUSINESS
Discover the elements of a successful freelance business. Learn how to have a great interview, tips to invoice your clients (so you always get paid), draft your service agreement, how to effectively communicate to clients, the tools to run your business and how to secure recurring work.