Have you ever experienced having tons of story ideas, but were unsure of how to execute the next few steps to get them published? I know what it's like to experience that excitement of having a great idea, but stall in knowing what the next steps to getting your freelance article published could be. That's why I've taken my 15 years of experience working in print and online media as both an editor and a freelance writer to create this abbreviated version of my Freelance Writing Online Course that packs some getting started freelance writing basics into a condensed course.
This self-directed freelance writing e-course will give you the tools you need to get started freelance writing, even if you've never been published before! In this Freelance Writing Basics course, you'll learn how to get started, how to pitch story ideas, and the basic steps to follow in order to secure assignments with magazines, websites, and brands you want to work with, and, of course get the pay you deserve for your writing assignments.
Who This Course Is For:
>Beginner Freelance Writers
Whether you've never been published, are a blogger who wants to learn new writing skills, or have always found yourself writing for fun and want to get started writing for magazines, this course has tips, skills, and exercises that will help you get started and learn freelance writing basics.
>People Who Want to Make Money On Their Own Time
Follow the lessons, do the suggested exercises, take time to do your research before sending out ideas to editors and brands, and I feel confident that you'll be getting paid freelance writing assignments in no time. I'll even teach you how to freelance and write on your own time when you're not working your full-time job so you can build your freelance writing business as a side hustle.
>People Who Always Wanted to Call Themselves Writers
It doesn't matter what you do for full-time work, what your major in college was, if you're unemployed, if you have a GED, if you're a college student or recent grad, if you're a stay at home mom or dad, recently unemployed, or you're looking to make a career change, I'll help you become a freelance writer. If you have a desire to make money writing and get published, follow my getting started with freelance writing lessons and I'll show you exactly how to do it.
>People Who Want to Learn Freelance Writing Basics from a Professional Freelancers
If you want an extended, comprehensive course that incorporates more aspects of the freelance writing business AND one-on-one help with a pitch from me, check out my Freelance Writing Online Course for $97.
Who This Course Is NOT For
Lazy, unmotivated people who never finish anything.
In this condensed freelance writing online course, I'll teach you:
>Where to find story ideas
>How to streamline your interests into ideas you can sell to editors
>How to get published if you don't have any clips (published articles)
>How to write a pitch that an editor wants to open, read, and assign out to you
>How to get repeat assignments so you make a steady income
What are you waiting for? Enroll today!
You have nothing to lose--and quite possibly a whole new (freelance) life--and money--to gain.
This Freelance Writing Online Course is different because the instructor, Diana Kelly, has worked on staff in New York City as an assigning editor for magazines and websites since 2004, while also was a freelance writer for over a decade.
Diana Kelly's client include Real Simple, Reader's Digest, Bloomberg Businessweek, ESPN, Apartment Therapy, Beachbody, SELF, Shape, Men's Journal, Muscle & Fitness, and many more.
She knows what it takes to become a successful freelance writer and make over six figures freelance writing. That's why she launched this freelance writing online course for beginners so that they could learn how to get started freelance writing in a faster, shorter course than her Freelance Writing Online Course.
Diana Kelly is an accomplished journalist, editor, content marketing writer, and freelance writing coach with over 14 years of experience working for major publications and websites.
Her clients include Real Simple, Reader’s Digest, Muscle & Fitness, Prevention, ESPN, Men’s Journal, Men’s Health, Latina, Bloomberg Businessweek, NASDAQ, FDNY, Nike, Headspace, Kellogg's, Beachbody, amongst others.
Diana has been sharing her expertise with freelance writers as an assigning editor on staff for magazines and websites, sitting on a panel for "How to Pitch Editors" for the American Society of Journalists & Authors, and mentoring friends and college graduates on how to be successful with freelance writing for over 10 years.
Her goal for this course is to teach the masses how to make money freelancing, get published, and enjoy the experience while achieving their goals. In the course lessons, she'll teach you how to write a pitch that sells, get repeat clients, and demand higher-paying freelance jobs.
By using her experience working in New York City publishing for 14 years, Diana's course includes insider knowledge you won't get from other freelance writing courses.
Besides writing and teaching, Diana’s favorite things include: coffee, naps, travel, beaches, red wine, reading, running, Swedish fish, dancing, sports, telling inspiring stories, and making people laugh.
Email Diana with questions about the course and your sample email pitch before you send it to an editor.
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