DIGIAL NOMAD SKILLS. Build + Grow Your Writing Career Series: Get Published in Magazines

Aerie North, Designer + Maker ♦ Art Gallery Education

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5 Videos (14m)
    • Intro

      2:49
    • Lesson 1: Magazine Sections

      2:24
    • Lesson 2: Writer's Guidelines

      6:27
    • Lesson 3: Make $100 This Month

      1:11
    • Final Thoughts

      0:58

About This Class

Digital Nomads are the new economy.  
Nomads are travellers, and of course digital means online / internet.
To work and travel as a Digital Nomad, you need creative and business skills.
This class is one tool to help you on your journey to work as you travel, or travel as you work.
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OTHER WRITING CLASSES:
♦ Write about Animals + Pets ♦ Get Published. Click HERE to access class.
♦ Write about Travel ♦ Get Paid While Your Travel. Click HERE to access class.
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This class series teaches how to build and grow your writing career.

In this series students will learn:

  • Break into the magazine market
  • Where to find profitable writing jobs
  • How to write an effective pitch /email
  • Turn 1 idea into many income streams
  • And so much more

Everyone has their own reasons why they entered into a freelance writing career.

My research revealed that top motivations are;

  • Freedom to design a rewarding career and financial independence                      
  • Flexibility to travel + try new activities, such as skiing, scuba diving, learn to play a musical instrument or learn a new language.
  • Helping others and making a positive change in the world

Often our reasons and motivations are topics we want to write about.  Travel writers get paid to write about their adventures.  Food, health + fitness writers inspire others.  People passionate about photography, art, design, or fashion become experts in their field through writing.  The old adage ‘write what you know’ is true.  But I also believe you should write about what you love.

I started my freelance writing career in the 1990s writing for magazine.

I’ve also been hired to do copywriting for corporations, newspapers, television, and the travel industry.  

Most of my copywriting jobs were results of the client finding me through a magazine articles, blogs, or word of mouth.

I’ve been a Professional Writer, Artist and Teacher for over 20 years.

This class: Start Writing for Magazines / Get Published in Magazines

There are a lot of places that will publish your work without paying you.  They offer to print your article for exposure.  While exposure is a benefit, this class focuses on teaching you where to get paid to be a freelance writer.

Lesson  1:  Magazine Sections

Lesson 2:  Writer’s Guidelines

Lesson 3:  Make $100 This Month

Final Thoughts

My freelance writing career is proof that you can make money and fulfill your goals.  In 2010 my husband and I bought our dream writing retreat and art studio in the woods.

Please join me in this class, and this series, to build and grow your writing career.

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I completed this class by submitting a short article to Reader's Digest. Whether or not it is published i felt the urge and the confidence do do so. Thanks Aerie.
This was very informative. I'm considering taking this class

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