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How to Find Unpublished Freelance Writing Jobs
7 ways to market for freelance writing jobs most freelancers have never heard of Ė youíll decrease the competition and increase your chance of landing more gigs!

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The 7 Tactics I Use to Find Unpublished Freelance Writing Jobs

I discuss seven tactics I use to find freelance writing jobs. I manage to stay pretty busy as a freelance writer. And even when Iím not, I donít worry because I know that the way I market is counter to how others market.

Iíve been blessed with the ďmind of a marketer,Ē so to speak. Itís whatís accounted for my freelance writing success over the years. I canít tell you how many times Iíve told somebody about a marketing technique I use and Iíll get a response like, ďI never would have thought to do that.Ē

Of the techniques discussed, youíll learn how to:

(i)                   find hundreds of prospects who need your freelance writing skill who  have never been contacted by other writers;

(ii)                 find tens of thousands of prospects you can contact to pitch to on a regular basis (yes, tens of thousands) Ė and itís free;

(iii)                sell practically every word you write (Iíll show you three ways I do this, which is why I donít even worry when I donít have a client project on my desk);

(iv)                turn clients into repeat clients;

(v)                  double Ė or even triple Ė the amount of business you already have;

(vi)                compose sample queries that pre-sell clients on your freelance writing services;

(vii)               market to many businesses at once, instead of one business at a time;

(viii)             develop the mind of a marketer; and

(ix)               so much more!

I sum up the ebook in the following manner:

Developing the Mind of a Marketer

What I hope youíve taken from this ebook is that there is enough freelance writing work out there for everybody.

Most freelance writers who fail at this profession do so because they never learned how to effectively market for work. This ebook helps you to develop the mind of a marketer.

No matter what business youíre in, a sale has to take place before anything happens. Before a sale can take place, you have to canvas (ie, market) for prospects.

Whether youíre selling jet planes or web design services, marketing is the one thing that all business owners (eg, freelance writers) must know how to do to be successful. Couple this with consistency Ė and you have a winning formula.

If you just utilize one of the methods mentioned within on a consistent basis, youíll be well on your way to developing a successful freelance writing business.  


I decided to write this e-book for three reasons.

(i) First because many existing and aspiring freelancers email me asking how to go about finding freelance writing work. This made me realize that the problem many freelancers have is their inability to effectively search for assignments beyond the standard freelance writing sites. 

I mean, many are just paralyzed. They have no idea how to take the first step, ie, where to start looking for work, whether to market online or off, what niche to target, how to compose a proper query letter/email, how often to send it, etc.

Weíre talking wholly and completely lost.

(ii) The second reason I decided to write this e-book is because I tend to stay relatively busy. This leaves little time for responding in-depth to questions and emails from readers who write in. Many need much more help than the advice I can fire off in an email on a given work day. They need a tutorial Ė ie, this ebook.  

(iii) The third reason I wanted to write this ebook is because information gets buried. Iíve dispensed a lot of information over the years on how to find freelance writing jobs Ė on my website, on my blog, in articles distributed to article marketing directories, in guest posts on other blogs, etc.

But, information gets buried Ė never to be read again. I liken it to the news Ė whatís hot one day is forgotten the next. This ebook puts all of the tactics Iíve discussed over the years Ė and still use -- in one place. In essence, this is a handy reference guide on how to find freelance writing work.

Youíll probably come back to it again and again, so feel free to print it out, punch holes in it and file it in a binder for easy, future reading.  

Fortunate Enough to Be Busy

Iíve been a freelance writer since 1993. Doing this for so long has taught me how to market outside the box, so to speak.

And, since I started to take on SEO writing projects in the fall of 2007, Iíve never been busier. I got so busy that within the first 10 weeks, I had to hire help. This got me to wondering, ďWhy am I able to keep relatively busy when so many struggle?Ē

I outline some of my thoughts on this in the article How One Freelance Writer is Finding Success as an SEO Writer, (read the three tips I give at the end of the article).

Good luck!

Length: 39 hard-hitting pages on how to market for freelance writing work.
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