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30-11-2022, 11:13

Become A Freelance Writer Beginner To Intermediate Levels

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Become A Freelance Writer Beginner To Intermediate Levels
Last updated 1/2017
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 7.39 GB | Duration: 3h 45m
How to Begin a Freelance Writing Career From Scratch - The Easy Way - From a Professional with 20 Years Experience

What you'll learn
Start your first year as a freelance writer
Submit your writing to paying markets all over the world
Live a life of fun, independence and fulfillment
Plan a new career outside of the nine to five
Write in all kinds of categories for profit
No experience or special software is necessary. Just a computer, a pen and a notebook!
This course will get you started on the road to becoming a freelance writer. It is aimed at the beginner and intermediary writer - especially if you've had little success so far. Market listings and exercises are included at every step to help you find your way in this demanding yet most rewarding of careers. No prior experience is necessary. The course may take up to ten to twenty hours to complete, is broken into 60 lectures over 19 entertaining and informative sections. By the end of this course you will be able to begin your freelance writing career immediately - and with confidence.
Section 1: Housekeeping
Lecture 1 Getting the Most Out of This Course
Section 2: Start Your New Writing Career Here
Lecture 2 Foreword - Welcome to Easy Cash Writing
Lecture 3 What You Need To Succeed
Lecture 4 EXERCISE: To Get You Started
Section 3: Easy Cash Writing Introduction
Lecture 5 Introduction - PART ONE
Lecture 6 Introduction - PART TWO
Lecture 7 EXERCISE: Five short written pieces
Section 4: Pitching Article Ideas to Magazines
Lecture 8 Pitching Articles to Magazines - PART ONE
Lecture 9 Pitching Articles to Magazines - PART TWO
Lecture 10 Pitching Articles to Magazines - PART THREE
Lecture 11 EXERCISE: One 'mock' pitch to a magazine
Section 5: Writing Short Fillers for Publication
Lecture 12 Writing Short Fillers
Lecture 13 EXERCISE: Practising Short Fillers
Section 6: Writing Slogans and Entering Slogan Competitions
Lecture 14 Slogans and Competitions - PART ONE
Lecture 15 A Little Pep Talk...
Lecture 16 Slogans and Competitions - PART TWO
Lecture 17 EXERCISE: Writing Slogans - just for fun
Section 7: The Greeting Card Market
Lecture 18 Greeting Cards
Lecture 19 Greeting Cards - Extra INFO
Lecture 20 EXERCISE: Greeting Card Verses
Section 8: Getting Professionally Minded
Lecture 21 Setting Up Your Writing Business - PART ONE
Lecture 22 Setting Up Your Writing Business - PART TWO
Lecture 23 Setting Up Your Writing Business - PART THREE
Lecture 24 EXERCISE: Create a Client List in a Flash
Section 9: Letters To The Editor
Lecture 25 Letters To The Editor - PART ONE
Lecture 26 Letters To The Editor - PART TWO
Lecture 27 Letters To The Editor - PART THREE
Lecture 28 EXERCISE: Letters to the Editor
Section 10: Writing Erotica For Profit
Lecture 29 Writing Erotica
Lecture 30 EXERCISE: Practising Erotica
Section 11: Writing For TV and Film
Lecture 31 Writing for TV and Film - PART ONE
Lecture 32 Writing for TV and Film - Comedy
Lecture 33 Writing for TV and Film - Television
Lecture 34 Writing for TV and Film - Movies
Lecture 35 EXERCISE: Movie pitches
Section 12: Poetry, Rap & Song Lyrics
Lecture 36 Poetry, Rap, and Song Lyrics - PART ONE
Lecture 37 Poetry, Rap, and Song Lyrics - PART TWO
Lecture 38 Poetry, Rap, and Song Lyrics - PART THREE
Lecture 39 Poetry, Rap, and Song Lyrics - PART FOUR
Lecture 40 EXERCISE: Verse
Section 13: Flash Fiction and Fan Fiction
Lecture 41 Flash Fiction
Lecture 42 EXERCISE: Flash Fiction
Section 14: Recipes and Cookery Books
Lecture 43 Cookery Books and Articles
Lecture 44 EXERCISE: Recipes
Section 15: Puzzles and Crosswords
Lecture 45 Puzzles and Crosswords
Section 16: Blogging for Fun, Promotion & Profit
Lecture 46 Blogging for Profit - PART ONE
Lecture 47 Blogging for Profit - PART TWO
Lecture 48 Blogging for Profit - PART THREE
Lecture 49 Blogging for Profit - PART FOUR
Lecture 50 EXERCISE: Creating Blog Content
Section 17: Using Google and Facebook Ads as a Writer
Lecture 51 Google and Facebook Ads - PART ONE
Lecture 52 Google and Facebook Ads - PART TWO
Lecture 53 Google and Facebook Ads - PART THREE
Lecture 54 Google and Facebook Ads - PART FOUR
Section 18: Submitting Magazine Articles for Payment
Lecture 55 Writing Magazine Articles - PART ONE
Lecture 56 Writing Magazine Articles - PART TWO
Lecture 57 Writing Magazine Articles - PART THREE
Lecture 58 EXERCISE: Magazine Articles
Section 19: Connect With Rob Parnell
Lecture 59 Rob's Writing Resources and more information about me
Students should have a basic grasp of English and be attracted to writing. No particular skill or qualifications are necessary, although enthusiasm and the ambition to become a freelance writer will be helpful.,The course may also be useful to freelance writers who have yet to experience much success - because this course will change that for you!,Fiction authors may also benefit if they are not sure where to start with nonfiction.,Writers who lack organizational skills and perhaps struggle with self-motivation will definitely learn much in this course.


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