Find Your First Freelance Writing Client with These 7 Pitch Templates
Hey there, newbie.
So you’re a new freelance writer. Exciting!
If my experience coaching over 10,000 writers proves right, you’ve got a lot of questions. Here are the ones I see most from new freelancers.
“I can’t get a job without samples, and I can’t get samples without a job. How do I break in?”
“I’ve got a few clients, but they all pay pennies. Where are the good clients hiding?”
The best way to build your portfolio quickly—with solid samples that help you get good-paying gigs—is
simple. Figure out who you want to write for and target them directly. Cut out the middleman and
directly approach your prospects.
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If you’re frozen in fear because you worry you’re not “good enough” to pitch your own clients…trust me, only good writers worry about this.
There’s a lot of mediocrity out there.
Maybe you’ve been scared to pitch directly for work because you feel that as a newbie, you don’t know
what to say to prospects, to get hired.
I’m going to solve these worries for you right now, with 7 proven pitch templates. These are formats I’ve
coached thousands of writers on inside my Freelance Writers Den community, so I know they reliably
You can adapt these for your chosen topics and targets, and send them right out.
There’s just a little prep work required before you’re ready to start pitching. Grab the ebook and let’s start now.
About the Author
Hi—Carol Tice here. Yes, I am a real person, and I live in Seattle. I am a freelance-writing business coach, freelance writer, book ghostwriter, and blogger. Besides starting Make a Living Writing, I founded the writer support and learning community Freelance Writers Den in 2011, which now has 1,200 members and over 300 hours of trainings. I’ve earned a full-time living from writing since the early 1990s, and have freelanced for over a decade, for clients including Forbes, Delta Sky, Entrepreneur, Alaska Airlines Magazine, Costco, Deloitte, American Express, Dun & Bradstreet, Lending Tree, and many more.
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