No Longer Available – How To Start a Freelance Writing Business Ebook

Important Announcement! Starting in 2014, the How to Start A Freelance Writing Business ebook is no longer available from the publisher. My apologies and stay tuned for future publications.

Are you just starting your freelance writing business?

Or, maybe you’ve been operating your writing business for a while now, but you wish that you had business advice from someone who’s been there. Wouldn’t it be great if someone with some experience would answer your questions?

I’ve written the How To Start A Freelance Writing Business ebook (published through Freelance Folder) specifically to help you succeed as a freelance writer. I’ve been a professional writer for 19 years, and I’ve been freelancing for seven of those years. I want to share with you what I’ve learned.

In fact, it actually took years for me to learn some of the information that I will share with you in How To Start A Freelance Writing Business. However, when you purchase the ebook you’ll have the information that you need today.

I’ve met my goals as a freelancer, and you can too! This book will help you do it.

The ebook is written in a clear, concise manner with plenty of examples. It tells you exactly what you really need to know to get your freelance writing business started. Most people should be able to read this ebook in an hour or two, although you’ll probably want to refer back to it often.

Avoid making costly mistakes as you start your freelance writing business. How To Start A Freelance Writing Business can give your business the competitive edge that you need in this tough economy.

So, what are you waiting for? Get your copy today! 

(This is the first in a series of Freelance Folder ebooks designed to help freelancers start various types of businesses.)

Did you already read How To Start A Freelance Writing Business? If so, I’d love to hear from you. Leave a comment here, or drop me an email.

(In a future post, I’ll share the process that I used to write this ebook, for those of you that are interested.)

(Note: This post contains my affiliate link.)

Comments

  1. says

    Laura, congratulations! I bought the book today (the price is a bargain!!!), looked briefly over it and I think it definitely deserves a positive review and the hottest PR promotion possible! :) It will take us some time to read it and write the review, but you will hear from us soon!

    As you know, I also started as a freelancer in 2005, and I am proud to say here, that one of the people I learned from is you. Thank you for everything, Laura.

  2. Laura Spencer says

    Thanks Mihaela!

    I didn’t actually know when you started as a freelancer, but I’m glad that you’ve learned some things from me. I think that’s what Web 2.0 is about – we all learn from each other. I know that I’ve learned from you too.

    Let me know when your review is up and I will link to it. In fact, I may create a post here especially for linking to all reviews of the e-book.

  3. says

    Congrats on the book, though I am curious–many freelance e-book authors are afraid to tackle the tax issues because they don’t want to be liable for giving out tax advice…how far do you go in your book on the tax front? Anything you can share I(in a general way) as a sneak preview or an enticement to buy?

  4. Laura Spencer says

    Thanks Joe!

    Well, I’d love to have you buy the book although I don’t give specific tax advice either.

    Any tax advice in the book is general, although that general information is news to many freelancers since some of them don’t have any type of accounting background.

    Still, I hope that you do decide to buy.

  5. Samantha says

    I just bought and read your book. Very informative. I am confused about one issue. I am hoping you could offer some clarity. I am in the process of starting my own freelance writing business, focusing on writing business commucation for B2B and B2C, writing.
    I also plan on to continue to write articles and books not related to my business. My questions is: Do I run this a seperate entitity or can I run everything through one business?

    I hope this makes sense.

    Thank you.

  6. says

    Hi Samantha,

    I’m glad you enjoyed the book. :)

    It’s really up to you how you organize your business structure. You may want to consider the amount of time you plan to devote to each kind of writing…

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