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In Chapter 1, You Are Your Brand, you’ll learn how to develop your unique identity and lay the foundation for your career. If you have no idea how to get started, this chapter will take you through the process of (literally) making a name for yourself. In Chapters 2 and 3, Brass Tacks Pt. 1 and Pt. 2, you’ll learn how to create contracts, set up a rate, file invoices, and m In Chapter 1, You Are Your Brand, you’ll learn how to develop your unique identity and lay the foundation for your career. If you have no idea how to get started, this chapter will take you through the process of (literally) making a name for yourself. In Chapters 2 and 3, Brass Tacks Pt. 1 and Pt. 2, you’ll learn how to create contracts, set up a rate, file invoices, and more. These are all the technical aspects of being a writer, and you’ll want to have these down before you get your first (or next) gig. Chapters 4 through 6 will focus on how to get jobs and opportunities of all kinds. You’ll get tips on Breaking into the Market, which is more competitive than ever. You’ll learn about Finding Jobs in a cluttered, underpriced marketplace, and you’ll learn the basics of Networking and how it can take your career to the next level. Chapter 7 is all about The Pitch. You’ll see successful and unsuccessful pitches analyzed and learn to recognize what makes them tick. Then, you’ll create your own. Finally, in Chapter 8 you’ll start on a journey to Gaining Freedom with Writing. Making a living with writing isn’t as daunting as you might think. This chapter will discuss how to take it full-time and be successful with it. All of this comes from both my personal experience writing and the experiences of other veteran writers. You get to learn all of this the easy way instead of the hard way. I’m giving you these tips so you can save precious time and money you might have otherwise wasted. So, whether you are brand new to writing or you are looking to step it up, I hope this book will immediately become a useful resource that you will consult again and again. Ian Chandler


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In Chapter 1, You Are Your Brand, you’ll learn how to develop your unique identity and lay the foundation for your career. If you have no idea how to get started, this chapter will take you through the process of (literally) making a name for yourself. In Chapters 2 and 3, Brass Tacks Pt. 1 and Pt. 2, you’ll learn how to create contracts, set up a rate, file invoices, and m In Chapter 1, You Are Your Brand, you’ll learn how to develop your unique identity and lay the foundation for your career. If you have no idea how to get started, this chapter will take you through the process of (literally) making a name for yourself. In Chapters 2 and 3, Brass Tacks Pt. 1 and Pt. 2, you’ll learn how to create contracts, set up a rate, file invoices, and more. These are all the technical aspects of being a writer, and you’ll want to have these down before you get your first (or next) gig. Chapters 4 through 6 will focus on how to get jobs and opportunities of all kinds. You’ll get tips on Breaking into the Market, which is more competitive than ever. You’ll learn about Finding Jobs in a cluttered, underpriced marketplace, and you’ll learn the basics of Networking and how it can take your career to the next level. Chapter 7 is all about The Pitch. You’ll see successful and unsuccessful pitches analyzed and learn to recognize what makes them tick. Then, you’ll create your own. Finally, in Chapter 8 you’ll start on a journey to Gaining Freedom with Writing. Making a living with writing isn’t as daunting as you might think. This chapter will discuss how to take it full-time and be successful with it. All of this comes from both my personal experience writing and the experiences of other veteran writers. You get to learn all of this the easy way instead of the hard way. I’m giving you these tips so you can save precious time and money you might have otherwise wasted. So, whether you are brand new to writing or you are looking to step it up, I hope this book will immediately become a useful resource that you will consult again and again. Ian Chandler

31 review for The No B.S. Guide to Freelance Writing

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    Great book! The author shares tips on how to get freelance writing jobs. I especially liked the pitch letter example. I thought it was genius. If you want to be a freelance writer and you're wondering how much to charge clients, the author gives an idea of how much to charge for an hourly rate or a per word rate. He discusses contracts and sites to use to get paid. It was a very positive book. Ian explains that it's very difficult to get freelance jobs, but it's also possible. I like his positiv Great book! The author shares tips on how to get freelance writing jobs. I especially liked the pitch letter example. I thought it was genius. If you want to be a freelance writer and you're wondering how much to charge clients, the author gives an idea of how much to charge for an hourly rate or a per word rate. He discusses contracts and sites to use to get paid. It was a very positive book. Ian explains that it's very difficult to get freelance jobs, but it's also possible. I like his positive finish in the book where he talked about how a freelancer can choose which writing jobs he or she wants. This book shows that there are clients who will pay you what you're worth. This book will leave you with a feeling of excitement and a new resolve about trying freelance writing.

  2. 5 out of 5

    George W. Reamy

    A Gold Mine of Information I am a published writer but have never pursued a career in the field. Ian Chandler gives people the benefit of his successful strategies and mistakes, all lessons from the school of hard knocks. I found "No B.S." to be worth the time to read it, and that's no B.S.! A Gold Mine of Information I am a published writer but have never pursued a career in the field. Ian Chandler gives people the benefit of his successful strategies and mistakes, all lessons from the school of hard knocks. I found "No B.S." to be worth the time to read it, and that's no B.S.!

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