Tuesday, September 09, 2008

4 Things You Can Do to Land More Freelance Writing Jobs This Fall: Freelance Writers Fall Marketing Tutorial

The break was nice, but now it's back to the grind. Three things today:

1) Freelance Writer Fall Marketing Tutorial: If you’ve writing jobs have been slow throughout the summer, now is the time to get the business flowing back in. To that end, following is a fall marketing tutorial for freelance writers that helps you hit the ground running now that potential clients are focused on work again.

Questions about Freelance Writing: At the end of this tutorial are answers to some questions sent in by freelancedr, ie, pricing, negotiating higher rates, blogging platforms and more. Hope my responses help.

2) Affiliate Marketing Program: I have to put the finishing touches on one more report, then I'll publish the details (on Thursday).

3) Which Ebook/E-course to Order: At least half a dozen times over the last 6-8 weeks I've been asked how to discern which product to order -- the freelance writing e-course, or the SEO writing ebook. I finally updated the order page with my answer, so if this is something you've been wondering about, you now have an idea of how to tell. For your convenience, following is my response to this question:

Which product to order all depends on where you are as a freelance writer. What I mean by this is, if you have little or no experience and want to learn about freelance writing in general, what it takes to succeed and how to formulate a concrete plan to get started, then the freelance writing ecourse is best.

If you want to learn how to start an SEO writing business, then the SEO writing ebook is the right choice. Basically, the ecourse teaches everything you need to know about starting or growing any kind of freelance writing business. The SEO writing ebook only discusses SEO writing and how to market for this kind of work.

New Ebook: How to Find Unpublished Freelance Writing Jobs.

Most Recent Posts
New Website for Freelance Writers to Make Money: Review of TheSyndicatedNews.com

How to Convince Clients That You’re the Right Writer for the Job

Freelance Writers: How to Prioritize Your Schedule to Make More Money

Yuwanda Black, Publisher
How to Start a Successful Freelance Writing Career Newsletter (read all issues!)
Contact: info *at* InkwellEditorial.com
Freelance Success Stories! There are freelancers who make very good livings at what they love. Inkwell Editorial’s newsletter features these successful professionals who put to rest the phrase, “starving freelancer.”

Previous Issue. Spotlight on Newbie Freelancers. Want to learn how one freelancer landed enough clients to quit his job in just 12 hours? There are also some blog warning tips if you're looking to move your blog from one platform to another -- and more. Subscribe to read this, and all previous, issues.

Current Issue. Spotlight on YOU: Questions from Readers. Want to learn about ghostwriting, how cut to the chase and "get started" as a freelance writer, which instant download ebook software to use and concrete advice on how to land paid blogging gigs? I answer these questions, and a few more from readers who wrote in. Subscribe to read this, and all previous, issues.
Copyright © 2008 InkwellEditorial.com. Except where noted, no part of this site may be reproduced in any manner without the express, written consent of the publisher. Violators will be prosecuted.

No comments: