A 4 week training program
that turns you into a pitching master.
- Comprehensive lessons that guide you through every step of the pitching process so you can approach publishers with maximum chance of success.
- Study at your own pace with self-directed lessons.
- Full support with our Q&A forum so all of your questions can be answered.
- Exercises to hone your skills so you can use them in real world settings.
Full Support and Training
The class starts when you enroll. You’ll get daily study materials and instant access to our support forum. 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 the class is finished. You also get full access to the course instructor, so you can get personalized feedback at any point.
|Module 1||Week 1: Pitching 101|
|Unit 1||Day 1: Pitching 101|
|Unit 2||Day 2: Approaches In Pitching|
|Unit 3||Day 3: Pitching (Writer's Perspective)|
|Unit 4||Day 4: Pitching (Editor's Perspective)|
|Unit 5||Day 5: Finding Your Targets|
|Module 2||Week 2: Writing & Sending Pitches|
|Unit 1||Day 6: How to Build an Idea Machine|
|Unit 2||Day 7: Writing Your First Pitch|
|Unit 3||Day 8: Sending Your First Pitch|
|Unit 4||Day 9: Sending Your Second Pitch|
|Unit 5||Day 10: Sending Your Third Pitch|
|Module 3||Week 3: Advanced Pitching Techniques|
|Unit 1||Day 11: Creating a Pitching Calendar|
|Unit 2||Day 12: The Networking Pitch|
|Unit 3||Day 13: Building a Pitching Routine|
|Unit 4||Day 14: Streamlining Your Process|
|Unit 5||Day 15: Putting It All Together|
|Module 4||Week 4: Pitching Week|
|Unit 1||Day 16: Pitching Week|
|Unit 2||Day 17: Pitching Week|
|Unit 3||Day 18: Pitching Week|
|Unit 4||Day 19: Pitching Week|
|Unit 5||Day 20: Wrap-Up|
Who this class is for:
- Writers who want to publish in magazines and blogs
- Writers who want to know the best way to approach publishers
- 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:
- 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. He is the author of The No B.S. Guide to Freelance Writing and The Freelance Writer’s Battle. He is Content Editor at Haircut Inspiration and Editor at Nukeblogger, and he also writes for SitePoint, Freedom With Writing, and Haircut Inspiration.