It’s time to get paid real money for your writing.
You don’t need a journalism degree to get top-paying writing jobs. You just need to be able to write well, and then get your writing in front of the right people. I will tell you exactly what you should be writing, and show you exactly what you need to do with that writing, in order to blog your way to a writing career.
In this class, we cover:
- How to set up your own blog, and the type of blog you’ll be running
- How to build valuable readership
- SEO best practices, and the plugins that will increase your blog’s value by 10x
- Google Authorship and how to use it to your advantage
- A content generation system so you’ll never have writer’s blog
- Sending those first pitches to major publications
- Applying to staff writer positions
- Being a career writer
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Introducing the Successful Writer’s System
I’ve developed the Successful Writer’s System which will help you bring your writing to the next level with just two hours of work per week. This course shows you exactly how to set up the system, how to generate original content, and what to do with that content once it’s published.
Within weeks, you’ll be interacting with writers and editors at your favorite publications.
Best of all, by following the Successful Writer’s System as outlined in the course, you’ll be developing valuable personal assets that will continue to provide returns no matter what you do in the future.
The Successful Writer’s System allows you to:
- Have the confidence to pitch major publications
- Routinely create insightful content without ever struggling for ideas
- Build your personal brand, making you more attractive to employers
Who the heck am I?
I was working counter at a piercing and tattoo studio when I launched my first blog, IAmDann.com. Just two years later, I accepted a full-time Staff Writer position at Laptop Magazine. I didn’t have a degree in journalism, nor had I interned for any major publications.
I worked as a tech journalist for years, and my writing has appeared on The Verge, MSNBC, Fox News, NPR, Mashable, TechRadar, Tom’s Guide, and Gizmodo. In November 2013, I made the touch decision to leave my journalism career in order to focus more on my true passion: teaching. I’ve since launched this blog and my podcast, as well as co-founded the travel site TripExpert.