How to Land Freelance Writing Projects with Agencies and Other Firms – Free Webinar and Q&A

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If you’re looking for more freelance writing projects, here’s a big opportunity you may be overlooking: writing for agencies and other related firms.

This includes ad agencies, marketing firms, copy/content firms, web development companies, and graphic design firms.

These firms — which provide services to B2C and B2B clients in a wide variety of niche industries — need skilled writers for all kinds of projects and specialties.

That’s where you come in.

And, they already have clients, which means you don’t need to deal with proposals and pitching your services. You only need to focus on the writing. It’s a great gig!

In this FREE Inside AWAI session on Friday, June 14, 2019 at 1:00 pm ET, How to Land Freelance Writing Projects with Agencies and Other Firms, AWAI’s Katie Yeakle and Pam Foster will talk with special guests PWA Managing Editor Jen Adams and Idea Grove Senior Content Manager Les Worley — and together they’ll show you how to land projects with these firms.

We’ll also open up the lines for a Q&A to answer questions from you and your fellow listeners.

Sign up here to join us for FREE.

Note: Even if you can’t make the live event, I encourage you to sign up anyway. You’ll get access to the recording and slides afterwards.

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Published: June 8, 2019

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