Are you a newbie freelance writer trying to figure out just how to get started? I know how overwhelming it can all seem. How? Well, I was standing in that exact same spot just a few years ago.
Since then, I’ve built a career as a freelance writer that I’m incredibly proud of. I’ve been published in places like Forbes and Fast Company, and have written for websites, such as The Everygirl and Bustle, that I long-admired.
So, while tooting my own horn can be awkward (I have yet to master the art of the “humble brag”), I like to think that I know a thing or two about building a freelance career from the ground up.
Of course, I’m always happy to answer a simple question or two via email. But, for those who require a little more guidance and advice than a short email can cover, I offer one-on-one chats to help you navigate your way through getting your own freelance career up and running.
Curious about what a talk with me would be like?
The Nitty Gritty Details:
- One hour session conducted via Skype (we can do audio or video—whichever you prefer!).
- Cost: $175 for an hour. Additional time available upon request.
- After signing up using the form below, you’ll receive a personal email from me within 24 hours to set up a mutually agreed upon time for your call. In that same email, you’ll also receive a link to a PayPal payment form. You must submit payment before your call.
- When our call is scheduled, I’ll send a contact request for you to accept on Skype, reach out at our set time, and we’ll get busy with all sorts of learnin’!
What You’ll Get:
- Your burning questions answered. Come prepared (including providing detailed answers in your submission form—those are so helpful to me!) so that we can make the absolute most of your conversation.
- A one-time pitch email review. Following our call, send me a draft of a pitch email and I’ll conduct a comprehensive review in order to offer some tips and ideas for improvement.
- A one-time LinkedIn profile review. After our call, I’ll take a look through your LinkedIn profile to suggest ways you could improve it to better position yourself as a bomb-diggity freelancer.
What You Won’t Get:
- Names or contact information of the editors and publications I’ve worked with. If I could make things happen the hard way, so can you!
- A professional recommendation from me. I’m sure you’re a kickass writer, but I won’t vouch for you after just one phone call.
- Guaranteed results. I can’t help but to think my advice will be helpful to you. But, in the end, you’re the one who’s solely responsible for your own freelance success.