Need to freelance in these hard times?
You’ve come to the right place. I’ve done this before — and I’ve got tips.
Greetings from my living room! I’m Carol Tice, Seattle freelance writer and friend of The Write Life. I built my own freelance-writing business up until it hit six figures — in the depths of the 2008-’10 recession.
You may be feeling scared right now, like we're about to experience another. I get it.
Know that you CAN earn well as a freelancer, even in a recession...IF you know what to do, to find and keep great freelance clients, when the economy goes nuts.
If you don’t — no worries! I’ve created a fear-busting, confidence-building FREE e-book that reveals exactly how I built a thriving freelance biz in the worst of times. The Recession-Proof Freelancer unpacks those life lessons, and gives you a simple system of key actions you need to take, to earn a freelance living in this uncertain moment.
Maybe you’re just jumping into freelancing now (or were pushed). Or you’re a longtime freelancer worried about how to find and keep good clients in this crazy sitch. Either way, this e-book has practical info and useful resources to help you build your biz and earn well, no matter what.
Includes Resources to Help You Find Clients AND Get Hired!
A special section at the end of this book includes 3 of my most popular handouts:
- - Find Your First Freelance Writing Client With These 7 Pitch Templates
- - 8 Ways to Get Editors’ Emails
- - 18 Free Resources for Finding Better Freelance Writing Clients
The Recession-Proof Freelancer includes everything you need to confidently niche, pitch, and build a thriving freelance biz.
Your Freelance Questions... ANSWERED!
- What’s the secret of growing freelance income, despite a down economy?
- Which industries will do well in the recession?
- How can I ask for referrals, given everything that’s happening?
- What sort of sites do I need to set up, to appear professional online?
- I’m so worried — how can I make it stop, and take action to build my biz?
- What’s the easiest way to earn more, as a working freelancer?