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Freelance Writing: Start Your Freelance Writing Career

Nader Nadernejad, Multimedia Producer and Marketing Expert

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15 Lessons (1h 17m)
    • 1. Freelance Writing Intro

    • 2. Where Clients Come From

    • 3. Keep Clients Happy

    • 4. Charging Clients

    • 5. Retain Clients

    • 6. Freelancer

    • 7. Fiverr

    • 8. Upwork

    • 9. Classified Sites

    • 10. Ad Posting

    • 11. Create a Website

    • 12. Create a Blog

    • 13. Pitch Newspapers

    • 14. Pitch Magazines

    • 15. Congratulations and Next Steps


About This Class

Let's launch your freelance writing career!

Welcome to your freelance writing class. If you're an aspiring writer, editor or author, then this course is for you. 

Here's what you'll learn: 

  • How to find new clients to write for 
  • How to pitch magazines and newspapers with your writing 
  • How to find new writing opportunities 
  • How to scale your writing business if you already have one 
  • How to take the first steps towards becoming a full-time freelancer 

I've been freelancing for over 5 years and I'm so excited to teach you everything I know about writing and editing for clients and launching your own freelance writing career. I have worked as a writer before, have experience in digital and print journalism and have hired writers for my own blogs. I know what it takes to get business as a writer and understand how self-promotion and marketing works in this particular field. 

You'll get lifetime access to this course so that you can ask questions at any time in the Q & A section. I constantly update my courses with new lessons and resources, so you can keep growing your freelance writing career. 

See you in the first lesson! 

Who this course is for:

  • Anybody who wants to find new writing and editing opportunities
  • People who want to learn how to become Freelance writers
  • People who want more clients to write for
  • Aspiring authors and journalists
  • People who are exploring their writing style