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Freelance writing is one of those home-based businesses that can literally be started for nothing. That’s right $0! And, that’s one of the reasons I think it appeals to so many.
I've been a freelance writer since 1993. Via my blog, InkwellEditorial.com, I receive anywhere from 5-10 emails a week (a couple a day), asking me the same question, “How do I get started as a freelance writer?” The short answer is to just do it.
Are You Making Any of These Excuses for Not Starting Your Freelance Writing Career?
But, many wannabe freelance writers hold themselves back by simply not starting. They put roadblocks in the way like …
I need to get a website;
I don’t have any writing samples;
I don’t know how to market to find jobs;
You’ll learn how to overcome all of these obstacles – and more – in this ebook.
You see, unlike a lot of home-based businesses that require long-term planning, business registration, equipment purchases and a host of other time and money-consuming issues, this one doesn’t.
I want everyone who wants to start this type of business to do so – and to realize that it’s not hard to get up and going. With that being said …
Making a success of a freelance writing business does require some work – and don’t believe anyone who tells you any different. I just wanted you to realize that.
I’ll tell you EXACTLY what to do to get your freelance writing career up and off the ground -- in less than one day. Really!
Following is a complete table of contents.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ABOUT THE AUTHOR, Page 2
PREFACE, Page 3
Are You Making Any of These Excuses for Not Starting Your Freelance Writing Career? Page 3
STEP 1: SET UP A WEB PRESENCE, Page 5
Examples of Freelance Writers Who Have Their Sites Hosted on Free Platforms, Page 5
STEP 2: FILL YOUR WEBSITE/BLOG WITH CONTENT, Page 6
What to Put On Your Website/Blog: 5 Things, Page 6
STEP III: CREATE A MARKETING LIST, Page 13
How to Find Prospects to Market To, Page 13
BONUS SECTION #1: How to Earn $30,000 to $40,000 Your First Year as a Freelance Writer, Page 15
BONUS SECTION #2: The Difference between a Website and a Blog: Which One Do You Need as a Freelance Writer? Page 16
BONUS SECTION #3: How to Find Hundreds – Perhaps Thousands – Of Prospects to Market to Quickly, Page 18 (This section is worth the price of this ebook alone!)