Why You Should Land
Clients Now – Even if You’re Just Starting Out

If you want to make a living as a writer, you need clients who value your services and pay you very well in return.

Yet most aspiring freelance writers work on mastering their writing skills first … and THEN go after clients.

But too often, deciding when to start taking on clients becomes a challenge …

Writers wait for a sign … or a feeling … or someone to say “Yes, you’re ready!”

So instead of getting in the game and making money faster, they waste time (and therefore money!)

The truth is, you don’t need a whole lot of skills to start taking on clients. Most AWAI programs give you enough in a matter of weeks. Which is why some experts, like six-figure copywriter, coach, and client-getting expert Joshua Boswell, argue the very first thing you should do is try and land your first client. And then simply build your skills along the way.

That’s actually the motivation behind Joshua’s simple, 12-step Getting Clients Roadmap …

You see, he spent most of his time his first year trying to land clients, and flew across the six-figure income line in 11 months. And while Joshua is certainly not the “norm,” hundreds of other writers have followed his Roadmap, and easily landed their own clients within just 12 weeks.

After all … it only takes one paying client to make you a working writer. From there, things get a whole lot easier — and a lot more fun. And Joshua’s Roadmap helps you land that first client fast.

See for yourself here.

Getting Clients Roadmap

Getting Clients Roadmap

Follow Joshua Boswell’s proven 12-step Getting Clients Roadmap and start landing quality freelance writing clients, quickly and easily. Learn More »


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Published: December 21, 2016

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