10 ways to get editing work quickly
Free webinar for editors
Quick-fix action to move you out of famine
If you're suffering from yet another dry spell, this free webinar will help you get editing and proofreading work in the next few days and weeks.
I show you 10 steps you can take to move out of famine mode quickly.
Forget theory. This is all about doing ... step-by-step guidance on short-term fixes that will give you peace of mind in the now, and headspace to dig deeper and invest in a future, long-term marketing strategy.
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Moving into feast mode ... and staying there
The free webinar is for emergencies! It's the starting point, not the finishing line. Longer term, you'll need a proper strategy to move your editing or proofreading business into a permanent state of feast. Here are some tools to help you do that.
Prefer a booklet?
For those who prefer reading to watching, and don't mind forking out £2.99, I've created a 39-page A4 PDF booklet that covers the full content of webinar and the resources. Order here.
You need work urgently. That means investing time and effort intensively, devoting your full attention to the problem in hand.
A little courage
Some of the steps might take you out of your comfort zone. However, in an emergency we need to be brave! Take a deep breath and do it anyway.
Fitness for market
You should be trained to industry standards. All the marketing in the world won't help an editor who's not qualified for the job.
Readiness to act now
You must be ready to take action immediately. This programme isn't about long-term strategy but about finding a solution to a current crisis.
Ally: ‘Absolutely amazing! This knowledge and insight is invaluable.’
Gill: 'REALLY useful and I was pleasantly surprised to find it covered such a wide range of editing work. Some things I knew but had forgotten; others I had applied when a newbie without success but, hey, I'm seven years down the line now! Some things reminded me to do some tweaking and the best of all, that 'one thing' I believe I needed to do but I couldn't think of it – there it was! I'm now on the books of two new publishers and waiting to hear the outcome of a test for a third; I delivered the first job today for a new client, a distinguished academic from Italy. Louise, you are brilliant!'
Ryan: 'It was just the kick in the butt I needed to touch up several small parts of my marketing. Even those small touches bore fruit the next day with an old client. Thanks so much!'