No Contacts? No Problem! How To Pitch And Sell A Freelance Feature (Professional Media Practice)

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No Contacts? No Problem! How To Pitch And Sell A Freelance Feature (Professional Media Practice)

No Contacts? No Problem! How To Pitch And Sell A Freelance Feature (Professional Media Practice) By Catherine Quinn No Contacts No Problem How To Pitch And Sell A Freelance Feature Professional Media Practice There are plenty of books on the market which tell you how to write stylish prose attention grabbing headlines or market yourself better as a freelance writer But how do you get that first piece publ

  • Title: No Contacts? No Problem! How To Pitch And Sell A Freelance Feature (Professional Media Practice)
  • Author: Catherine Quinn
  • ISBN: 9781408123560
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Paperback
  • No Contacts? No Problem! How To Pitch And Sell A Freelance Feature (Professional Media Practice) By Catherine Quinn There are plenty of books on the market which tell you how to write stylish prose, attention grabbing headlines or market yourself better as a freelance writer But how do you get that first piece published in a national publication This book shows you the techniques that real freelancers use to sell their ideas and get into print Professional freelancer Catherine Quinn,There are plenty of books on the market which tell you how to write stylish prose, attention grabbing headlines or market yourself better as a freelance writer But how do you get that first piece published in a national publication This book shows you the techniques that real freelancers use to sell their ideas and get into print Professional freelancer Catherine Quinn, who built a successful freelance career from scratch, guides you through a step by step process to get your first article in print, from how to format your pitch, to identifying the undersold freelance hotspots.Her tried and tested step by step approach Shows you how to scope the market and pick the most likely potential customers Gives the inside track on how to convince editors who ve never heard of you to commission your work Tells you what to expect at every step along the pitching process Includes a four week plan with a day by day process to kick start your freelance career
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    One thought on “No Contacts? No Problem! How To Pitch And Sell A Freelance Feature (Professional Media Practice)

    1. Sarina Langer on said:

      Theory books need to work on their blurbs Have I mentioned that before I must have mentioned that before.What I loved the most about No Contacts No Problem is that it was honest as well as encouraging It was this is a tough business, if you re lazy you ll fail but it was also work hard and keep at it and you ll be successful LOVEThere was so much useful info for the newbie freelance writer, I m tempted to buy it My only smol issue is that it s out of date You ll learn how to find work in newspap [...]

    2. Jo Murphy on said:

      You may have noticed that I never review a book unless I have great things to say Most of my reviews sport 5 stars.No contacts a great book and I have begun to use it as a workbook and a kind of diary There is a frustrating hitch with the Kindle edition of the book as it takes the reader through to some links that are either old or defunct.I suggest that the book itself is still so good it is well worth buying Particularly the Kindle Edition as one can simply click on the links and get going.I l [...]

    3. Pippa on said:

      I used to do quite a bit of journalism, but have been working on other things for a number of years This book has filled me in on all the ways that things have changed In practise less has changed than the writing magazines would have you believe It has restored my confidence Excellent and clearly written.

    4. Julie Day on said:

      I thought this was great esp for a newbie freelancer It teaches you how to start pitching to magazines, which I have begun to do It is a straight forward guide Loved it Will probably dive into it now and then for help when I need it.

    5. Carol Kerry-green on said:

      Some good ideas in here, if you re really serious about free lance writing, then this is the book for you.

    6. Richard Aitkins on said:

      Excellent insight into getting published quickly Suitable for beginners and seasoned freelances alike.

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