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Business Review: The Freelance Writers Den
Written by Freelance Writer, Blogger, and Author, William Ballard
Carol Tice is known as the Den Mother to members of The Freelance Writers Den. She is the writer and blogger of the Make a Living Writing Website/Blog and is a successful Freelance Writer (You can view her Freelance Writer website here).
I became a member of The Freelance Writers Den about 4 years ago and have benefited from Carol's expertise ever since.
One of the first bits of advice she ever gave to me, or that I ever heard her say was, "How many pitches to magazines and different blogging websites (for freelance blogging opportunities as well as guest blogging) have you sent out in the last week? Or since you had the desire to be a Freelance writer/blogger?
When I first heard that question it was like a punch to the gut! Up to that point the number of pitches or queries that I had sent out were ZILCH, NADA, ZERO!
Then it dawned on me, "how could I ever get a freelance writing job without pitching for one?"
It is like a baseball player having the desire to experience the glory of hitting a home run, but never stepping up to the plate to even hit the ball. It just simply can't be done!
That very question that Carol asked is what ignited my freelance writing business! She not only makes the business of writing plain for you, but she gives step-by-step guidance for every area of the business.
Inside the membership area, not only do you have access to Carol for one-on-one coaching and mentoring, but there is also a job board for freelance writing and blogging opportunities (and some times Carol pays members to contribute to her own blog).
To sum up, it’s all-you-can-eat learning and support for just $25 a month — no obligation, leave anytime.
Call to Action:
If you are looking for rock solid training to get your freelance writing business off the grown, I highly recommend you consider joining the Freelance Writers Den!
Currently, The Freelance Writers Den is closed to new members, but you can sign up to the waiting list through this link and be the first to hear when the doors open again.
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