The No B.S. Course on Freelance Writing
Class Starts on August 28th, 2017!
Enrollment is currently open!
Here’s what you get when you enroll…
1. The No B.S. Course on Freelance Writing (normally $377) –– A full six week class that lays out the fundamentals of a successful writing career. You will come out of this class with the tools, knowledge, and training to build a successful writing career. Class includes weekly webinars, Q&A sessions, and much more.
2. Instant access to all seven of our Writing Launch Courses (worth over $1,297), so you can start learning right away. These courses go in-depth on topics such as blogging, pitching, creative writing for freelance writers, and much, much more. These will be self-directed, so you can focus on just the content that is most valuable to you.
3. Six live webinars and Q&A sessions (with never-before-seen content) –– every week we’ll record a live webinar that covers the most valuable information from the week’s class, plus we’ll answer all of your questions, and give you valuable tips that go above and beyond our normal training. (Don’t worry, if you can’t make the live presentations, they’ll be always available to watch later.)
Don’t miss out by waiting to enroll. We’ll be closing enrollment as soon as we hit capacity. This is special session of the course with a small group of just twenty students.
There’s a full 30-day guarantee so you can signup, start the class, and see how valuable the instruction is. The first week of class alone could transform how you think about your writing career, potentially leading to a big breakthrough for you.
Start the class for $97 when you join Writing Launch. This class is available to members of Writing Launch. Just click “Enroll Now” below, to become a member of Writing Launch. The cost is $97 a month. Keep in mind, The No B.S. Course on Freelance Writing requires two months of membership, for a total cost of $194.
“I highly recommend Ian Chandler’s No B.S. Course on Freelance Writing. Ian is an excellent, responsive instructor who understands the needs of his students. The course is an in-depth look at starting your career as a freelance writer and will give you the confidence and tools you need to get published – and get paid for it. Since taking Ian’s class, I’ve become more confident in selling my services as a writer and in sharing my experience with others. After taking Ian’s class, the money I was able to earn from my writing allowed me to finally visit my family in Brazil (it had been 5 years since I had last been there). The material in Ian’s course is easy to understand and actionable, and you will come out of this course feeling (and acting) like a professional writer who gets paid for your words.”
The Six Week Course Curriculum
Each week, you’ll get five days of lessons, plus a weekly webinar and Q&A session. Here’s an overview of the five weeks of learning…
|Module 1||Week 1: Starting Out|
|Unit 1||Day 1: How to Position Yourself for Maximum Success|
|Unit 2||Day 2: Two Questions that Lay the Foundation of Your Success|
|Unit 3||Day 3: How to Find a Niche that Works for You|
|Unit 4||Day 4: The Freelance Writer's Guide to Social Media|
|Unit 5||Day 5: Establishing An Online Presence|
|Module 2||Week 2: Laying the Foundation|
|Unit 1||Day 6: The Job Seeking Survival Toolkit|
|Unit 2||Day 7: Marketing Yourself|
|Unit 3||Day 8: Expert Interview with Jacob McMillen|
|Unit 4||Day 9: Full-Time Vs. Part-Time|
|Unit 5||Day 10: Communicating Your Value (So You Can Have a Massive Advantage Over Your Competition)|
|Module 3||Week 3: Brass Tacks|
|Unit 1||Day 11: Setting Rates Pt. 1|
|Unit 2||Day 12: Setting Rates Pt. 2|
|Unit 3||Day 13: Expert Interview with Ryan Waggoner|
|Unit 4||Day 14: Establishing Authority In Your Niche|
|Unit 5||Day 15: The Writer's Tactical Toolbox|
|Module 4||Week 4: The Freelance Job Search|
|Unit 1||Day 16: Developing A Job Seeking System|
|Unit 2||Day 17: Search Tactics|
|Unit 3||Day 18: Warning Signs|
|Unit 4||Day 19: An Example Job Search|
|Unit 5||Day 20: Networking: Your Portfolio of Credibility|
|Module 5||Week 5: Pitching|
|Unit 1||Day 21: Pitching 101|
|Unit 2||Day 22: Pitching (The Writer's Perspective)|
|Unit 3||Day 23: Pitching (The Editor's Perspective)|
|Unit 4||Day 24: Pitching Research – Finding Your Targets|
|Unit 5||Day 25: Creating A Pitching Template|
|Module 6||Week 6: Taking Action|
|Unit 1||Day 26: The Pitching Hustle|
|Unit 2||Day 27: How to Build an Idea Machine|
|Unit 3||Day 28: Zeroing In On Clients|
|Unit 4||Day 29: Freelance Troubleshooting|
|Unit 5||Day 30: Learning What Can't Be Taught|
Ian Chandler is a professional freelance writer and 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.