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Today we have Chavvi Agarwal, who makes $2,000-$2,500 a month as a Freelance Writer. She’ll share some working tips on how to pitch to clients if you want to become a freelance writer.
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Chavvi, can you please tell us a little about yourself and your work?
We are a team of two, me and my husband, Amit. I am a lawyer and he is an engineer but both of us got into work from home after realizing our love for travel, family and each other…ha!
What inspired you to get into this career? And, how did you realize this is the perfect work-at-home career for you?
How long have you been in this career? And, when did you start seeing money coming in?
How much money do you make per month as a freelancer?
In your opinion, what are the three core skills needed for this side hustle?
Did you get trained prior to getting into this career? Is so, what helped you the most?
How did you land up at your first freelancing project/client?
- What is pitching and things you should know
- How to position yourself online?
- Where to look for clients?
- How to look for the right clients?
- Top email pitching tips that worked for me
- Productivity tips to pitch more in lesser time
- 4 cold email templates that work
- Dissecting the cold email templates and understanding why they work
- Follow up templates
- How to deal with rejection
- How to track the effectiveness of your strategy
- Top tips to ensure your emails don’t land in spam
- Free tools for email pitching
- Worksheet to niche down your services and industry
- A worksheet that will help you position your business online
- Email pitching checklist
“Chhavi’s ebook is a blessing in disguise not only does it teach you step by step how to find clients but it actually starts at the very beginning to help you understand and choose the best niche to focus on for you at the writer. It also helps you set up your portfolio for success. Although the ebook is just over 50 pages in length it is jam-packed with tons of tips and tools to find, pitch and track all of your client interaction. It is well worth the price you pay for the ebook. It also helps you find clients in places that you never thought of looking.” – Alvern at successunscrambled.com
What are some big obstacles you had to overcome getting started? And, what surprising lessons have you learned along the way?
What advice would you give to someone wanting to become a freelancer? Do you recommend any course which can help in this journey?
What do you feel are the keys to success when working remotely with a client?
Communication. Always keep your clients updated on the progress, any holidays you are taking, any delay which may occur etc. Work on creating a good rapport with the clients. They know many in the business and would not think twice to recommend you to others if they are happy with you.
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- How to niche down your services and why it is important that you do
- How to establish online authority
- How she went from $10 for an article to $500 by adopting a new method of finding and pitching clients
- The exact emails she used to land high paying writing jobs
- How to find and pitch clients using LinkedIn
- Where else to find clients (A few other platforms that beginner freelance writers aren’t aware of)
- How to get the contact details of the right person
- What to do and not to do while writing your first pitch
- What makes an email pitch successful
- Helpful resources, tools, courses for the aspiring writers