Business of Editorial Freelancing webinar, December 2012

We are very excited to announce a new 5-session webinar: The Business of Editorial Freelancing

By popular demand! This webinar will focus on freelance business building, including (but not limited to) the following topics:

  • Finding and getting clients
  • Niche editing
  • Setting rates and negotiating
  • Resumes, LinkedIn, and your website
  • Marketing, networking, social media
  • Building your business in a slow time
  • Client communication
  • Feedback
  • Your professional presence (branding, website, etc.)
  • Work tips and good practices
  • Tax tips


When: 5 Mondays, December 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
Time: 1:30 to 2:45 pm EST
How: Via GoToMeeting
Cost: $200 per person

All students will have access to detailed handouts, full MP3 recordings, and video clips from the class, so you do not have to attend “live” as it is broadcast (in fact, many of our students only listen to recordings).

If you have already attended one our live events or webinar, you can save $50 off tuition; contact us for a coupon code before registering.

Register at our Registration page


  1. Virginia Gray says

    Have you considered running this facility online.
    I live in New Zealand and would benefit greatly from something like this.

  2. says

    Hi Virginia! The webinars (including this one, the Business of Editorial Freelancing) are run entirely online. You only need a Web browser and a microphone (or a telephone) to attend while I’m broadcasting, but you need not attend “live.” All classes are made available via MP3 format, detailed handouts, and video clips to all registered students. In fact, at least half of my students never “attend” while I broadcast; they only listen to the recordings later. Please let me know if you have further questions!

  3. Liz Laederich says

    Hi Laura,
    I just filled out the short registration form for the Dec. webinar. There is a field called discount (for which I am eligible), but unless I am mistaken the discount code was not given. So I have left that field empty. Please advise.

  4. says

    I received your registration, Liz, and no worries–I remember that you are a previous student, so I’ve already applied your discount!


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