I’m proud to present the ebook of “Market Your Freelance Writing In 31 Days.” Available for $13, it includes 65 pages of the information you need to market your freelance writing services and increase your income.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS EBOOK IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE.
Other People’s Opinions
Allena Tapia says,
Bram starts off with an instant hook, and doesn’t let up. Her advice is obviously based on in-the-trenches work from which new writers will obviously benefit, but her added twists and some novel ideas make this ebook helpful to veterans, too.
Read her full review at About.com.
Susan Johnston says,
…veteran freelance writer Thursday Bram released an ebook earlier this week that offers simple steps that freelancers can take to market and grow their business. Yes, it’s still work, but Thursday breaks it down so that marketing seems less daunting and more doable.
Read her full review at The Urban Muse.
Michael Kwan says,
Thursday lays out this information in a clear and concise manner, allowing you to digest the information in reasonably-sized chunks.
Read his full review at Beyond the Rhetoric.
Myscha Theriault says,
Bram mixes traditional advice (make goal setting your first step) with real world practicality providing resource suggestions and tried and true tricks to keep your sanity with a work at home career.
Read her full review at We Be Sharin’.
First and foremost, the posts that were the genesis remain online. You can read through them whenever you want, without paying a cent. In fact, I’ve made a list of the posts so that you have the links for all 31 days in one place. It isn’t the full ebook, but for some writers, it’s enough to get started on marketing.
Second, I’m offering my personal guarantee that you’ll find this ebook to be a great resource. That means that I’ll offer a full refund for anyone who buys the book but decides that it doesn’t help them with their marketing.