Don't put off pursuing your freelance freedom from the 9-5 grind. Start building the foundation of the freelance career you've been dreaming about.
In light of the July 4th, Independence Day holiday here in the U.S., I'm offering a special two-day deal on my 30 Day Marketing Boot Camp for Freelance Writers e-book. Through Friday and Saturday (July 4 -5th only), you can save 40% on your copy of the new second edition. You'll pay just $5.97!
This e-book will guide you through the initial steps of building your professional platform at a rapid pace. By the end, you will have more than a basic online presence. You'll have your first free promotional e-book to give away to attract prospects. You'll have your first short paid e-book or report to bring in some residual income while promoting your business. You will have gone on your first virtual publicity tour. And more!
Are you already a freelancer? Maybe you're struggling to keep new gigs coming in. Or perhaps you want to move into a new and higher paying market. This e-book can help you too. Instead of starting from scratch use it as an opportunity to improve your marketing tools and expand your promotional plan.
Not a writer, but still interested in a freelance career? While the e-book was written with freelance writers in mind, the marketing activities can help you build a platform related to any type of freelance work you want to pursue.
Want a sneak peak? Check these free downloads out first:
What are you waiting for? To get the 40% off, use discount code FREEDOM40 when you place your order today.
Jenn has over 17 years experience writing for others, around 12 years experience in blogging, and about a decade of experience in indie e-book publishing. She is also an Active member of the Horror Writers Association.
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