Break Into Blog Writing shows you how to get long-term jobs writing for established blogs, so you can reach a large audience with your writing and get paid at the same time.
In this course, Ian Chandler shares the exact process he used to get steady blogging gigs.
You’ll learn how to get your first paid publication, build your reputation, and become a regular contributor to already established blogs.
By the end of the course, you’ll be armed with the knowledge you need to build a steady income writing for established blogs and websites.
Enrollment Closes on Friday, November 16th at 11:59PM ET
- A 3 week training program that will give you everything you need to become a professional freelance blogger.
- Learn how to get paid and published on blogs in any niche you can think of.
- You’ll learn research techniques, refine your pitches, and analyze blog writing styles to help you find good-paying blogs, send successful pitches, and get your writing published.
- Study at your own pace with self-directed lessons.
- Full support via the learning platform, email, and our discussion forum –– so you can get all your questions answered.
- Direct feedback from the course instructor.
- Exercises to hone your skills so you can use them in real world settings.
Each session of the course starts with a limited group of students. You’ll be able to study the course at your own pace and also have a group of small students to interact with. We limit the course size so the instructor will be able to give every student plenty of support. The course instructor will be available
Everything will be available on our learning platform, so you can access it any time. That means you’ll be able to study at your own pace, replay the webinars, check out bonus content, and refer back to the course content at any point, even once you have finished the course.
|Module 1||Week 1: First Steps|
|Unit 1||Day 1: Is Blog Writing For You?|
|Unit 2||Day 2: Finding Blogs|
|Unit 3||Day 3: Pitching (Writer's Perspective)|
|Unit 4||Day 4: Pitching (Editor's Perspective)|
|Unit 5||Day 5: The (Almost) Universal Style|
|Module 2||Week 2: Blog Styles & Pitching|
|Unit 1||Day 6: Popular Blogging Styles|
|Unit 2||Day 7: Blog Style and Your Style|
|Unit 3||Day 8: The First Pitch|
|Unit 4||Day 9: The Second Pitch|
|Unit 5||Day 10: The Third Pitch (And What Happens Next)|
|Module 3||Week 3: Making It|
|Unit 1||Day 11: Blog Writers' Responsibilities (Part 1)|
|Unit 2||Day 12: Blog Writers' Responsibilities (Part 2)|
|Unit 3||Day 13: Writing For Multiple Blogs|
|Unit 4||Day 14: When to Quit|
|Unit 5||Day 15: Why You Shouldn't Start A Blog|
Who this class is for:
- Writers who want to build a steady income as a freelance blogger
- Writers who want to earn a steady income from their writing
- Writers who have been too scared and need encouragement to bring their career to life
- Writers who were successful at one point but don’t know how to make it in today’s marketplace
Who this class is NOT for:
- Writers who want to start their own blog (this course is about writing for existing blogs)
- Veteran writers who can consistently land clients via pitching
- Writers only interested in publishing creative writing
- Writers interested in pitching novels or book-length manuscripts
Ian Chandler is the head instructor at Writing Launch and a professional freelance writer. He is the author of The No B.S. Guide to Freelance Writing and The Freelance Writer’s Battle. Ian specializes in blog writing and is passionate about helping fellow freelance writers achieve their dreams.
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