As a special thank you to everyone who signed up for yesterday’s webinar, we’re giving you a free bonus.
It’s a copy of the Paid Publishing Guidebook. The book lists 351 magazines, websites, and blogs that pay writers. This list is a goldmine for writers ready to get paid to write.
We’re also sending you another free bonus tomorrow.
Plus, we’re going to be hosting a free Q&A session on Tuesday at 2pm PT / 5pm ET.
The No B.S. Class on Freelance Writing is not currently open for enrollment. It will be available soon. In the mean time, you can learn more about the class here.
Thank You so much for this New Revise January 2017 Paid Publish Guide. I am a Newbie and it will help me to get my work out there! Thanks!
I appreciate all the information in the Free Freelance Webinar. It’s been very helpful, and I’m looking forward to receiving the free Paid Publishing Guidebook. You guys are great! Thank You!
Linda –– here’s the link to download your free copy: https://www.freedomwithwriting.com/freedom/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/The-Paid-Publishing-Guidebook-January-2017.pdf
Thank you for the kind words!
Thank you for all of this free information for freelance writers.
I am a new self published author who wants to also be a freelance writer. Do you feel it is necessary for me to use a different name for freelance writing OR should I use my real first and last name?
I can’t provide a 100% concrete answer to this question, because it depends on how you want to present yourself and your writing, which is a very personal decision. I can say that there isn’t generally a reason to use a separate name for freelance writing. In fact, in the long term it might hurt you to use more than one name. Your career and reputation can grow in both areas, and eventually mutually support one another.
Thanks – once again! – for offering such great resources and for being so generous with your knowledge and time. I’ve been a freelance writer/editor for 10+ years, but am just stepping into the blogosphere with sincere interest. I couldn’t do that without your help.
Jacob, your generosity is unmatched. Thank you for saving us a lot of time by providing this extensive list of publishers across the industry. I cannot speak for all – but I can truly say this for myself, I don’t have a lot of time….I am busy!!! This is a tremendous resource to offer individuals like me who wear several hats. I need helpful resources on the go! Thank you!
Sorry that should have read possible.
Hello, is it pissible to get my copy of the Paid Publisher’s Guide in writing by mail?
I am new to your courses. I have downloaded the free bonus for attending the live webinar. I did enjoy it and did receive some valuable info. My question is will you have another opportunity for signing up for The No B.S. Class on Freelance Writing? And what will the price be? Thank you.
Entrepreneur Writer of Direct Response Sales Letters
thank you for the kind words. We will be opening the No B.S. Class on Freelance Writing very soon.
I got my start by studying direct response sales letters, by the way.
Thanks for this list Jans. it will Push miles ahead
Great course, based on what I had heard. Am looking forward to reading your free downloads.
Thank you for this gift of publishers! Even though I’m not a novice, it is difficult to compile a list such as this!
Connie –– Thank you for the comment. It took me over 2 years to put this list together!
Several of my humor pieces were in the “Artist’s Catalogue” but I’m looking for other outlets. Can you suggest some?
Larry –– I’m no expert in the humor niche, but here are a few options: