Free Webinar and Q&A: Getting Your Foot in the Door with Potential Clients

There are lots of ways to get your foot in the door with potential clients …

And on Friday, August 12th, Katie Yeakle and I will teach you FIVE of them … and then help you choose the one (or five!) that suits you best.

We’ll also open up the lines for a Q&A to answer questions from you and your fellow listeners about getting started with clients, as well as anything else you want to know about making a living as a writer!

Sign up here to join us.

Again, this is a FREE event.

Even if you’re not quite ready to start making money as a writer, and just want a better understanding of the different paths that lead to the writer’s life, you’re welcome to join us. Sign up here.

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Published: August 6, 2016

2 Responses to “Free Webinar and Q&A: Getting Your Foot in the Door with Potential Clients”

  1. Katie and Rebecca! Thanks for your free webinar this Friday to lead me and the others into the potential client seek and find. I know you possess the resources of abundant clients seeking for aspiring writers as well. Some writers like me lack the financial resource for AWAI program purchase yet passionately love a writer life to dedicate a writing career to serve the clients' needs. Your free webinar to instruct the seeking for clients without program purchase requirement is my appreciation.

    Arabella DuongAugust 8, 2016 at 7:31 pm


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