If you’re not making a full-time income as a freelance writer, then it’s time you knew the truth. It’s time you knew what’s really holding you back and what six-figure freelance writers know that you don’t.
If you can write – even at an average level – then you already have what it takes to quit your day job and make an incredible income as a freelance writer.
Today, I’m going to reveal the real reason so many writers fail to make the six-figure income they deserve…
…and how you can finally start attracting long-term clients and high-paying writing assignments within just hours from now.
…and over the past decade, I’ve seen what it truly takes to become a successful freelance writer.
Starting from scratch with no experience, no contacts and no clue where to begin, I clawed my way to the top to become a six-figure freelance writer.
You don’t have to spend years figuring this stuff out like I did because today, I’m going to share the real secrets to success that I’ve had to figure out the hard way.
(Plus, if you already have some writing experience, I’ll show you how to scale your freelancing business to a six-figure income too.)
You’re likely here right now because you enjoy writing and you like the idea of working for yourself and having freedom over your own time. You may be dreaming of quitting your day job, becoming your own boss, and earning great money as a freelance writer.
Becoming a freelance writer – and I mean the kind of writer who earns enough money to quit their day job – is probably harder than you thought.
It’s easy to think there’s no work out there or that all the best jobs are always snatched up by experienced writers, or that nobody wants to pay you more than 5 cents per word.
That means there’s a virtually unlimited number of people who need help with their website content.
Again, you just need to know where to look. Or better yet, let somebody else find the work for you (more on that in a second).
Take me, for example. I don’t have a journalism degree. I didn’t study literature. And frankly, I’ll never be an award-winning writer.
And when I started freelancing nearly 10 years ago, I certainly didn’t have any previous experience or business savvy.
I’m not saying this to show off, but to prove to you that even if you have an average writing ability, you can make a very nice living from freelance writing.
You’re worried about approaching new clients, staying focused, meeting deadlines, or raising your rates. All of these worries create fear that stops you in your tracks.
Right now you probably feel lost, confused, frustrated, overwhelmed and maybe a little scared to start freelancing if you are new to this, particularly if you’re thinking about quitting your day job, and if you have a family to feed.
And although it was worth every drop of sweat, I don’t recommend you take that route, unless you have a lot of patience and years to spare.
And today I’m sharing with you every single system, tool and shortcut I’ve developed…so you don’t have to.
I know that sounds like a big promise, but I also know that FPA is second-to-none, and it is…
What Maggie teaches is nothing short of amazing, making it all seem doable, including finding work, avoiding scams, and, of course, getting paid.
These are things that have taken me almost a decade of blood, sweat and tears to figure out the hard way, so you don’t have to.
Week 1 is all about setting up a rock-solid foundation for success… everything from workspace setup, to time management, to work/life balance, to the “boring” but necessary stuff like client agreements, accounting and taxes. By getting all of this going in the beginning, you’ll give yourself a springboard for locking in great clients and jobs and ramping up your income quickly (all of which we cover later in the course).
In week 2, we’ll get "down and dirty" with some simple but highly effective marketing tactics to get your name out there and start attracting great clients.
By raising your writing game, you’ll be able to attract bigger pay checks, better clients, great testimonials and a whole bunch of referrals. In week 3, we’ll cover the essential strategies for getting good at writing and creating a name for yourself.
In week 4, you’ll learn exactly how to attract all the clients and work you’ll EVER need, and then some. I’ll show you the best places to find clients, how to avoid scams, and tips for beating the competition and winning the best jobs (including what to say and how much to charge).
In week 7, I’ll reveal how to create a captivating pitch that wins more clients, how to develop a practically unbreakable bond with your best clients, how to price competitively without getting ripped off, how and when to raise your rates, how to earn more per client, and the secret places to find top-paying clients online.
In this final week, I’ll give you a proven plan to help you fully transition from your old 9-5-day job to a lucrative freelance writing career, without ever looking back. I’ll show you how to cement your reputation as an in-demand writer, how to have clients lined up around the block at all times, and how to ensure you never worry again where your next paycheck comes from.
In addition to the step-by-step videos, we’ve included additional resources to enrich your learning experience and help make it as easy as possible for you…