Are you ready to finally get your website done?!
Join us for the free 14-Day “Get Your Website Done!” challenge. We’ll tackle this thing together. One step at a time. By the end of the challenge, you’ll have a fully functional website that attracts clients and lands you more work. Ready to get started? Sign up below.
Hey there, my fellow freelance writer!
Does the mere thought of building your freelancer website make you want to rip your hair out?! Or run, cry, or scream? You’re not alone.
Many of us are terrified by websites.
At least when it comes to creating our own! Often times we don’t even know where to begin. These are some of the most common questions people have about how to build a freelancer website.
> Do I have to know code?
> How much is a website going to cost? Is it really worth it?
> What sort of content should I have on my website?
> Do I need to include a blog?
> Can I really do this myself, or should I just hire someone to do it for me?
Fear not my friends. I’ve got you covered. All of these questions and more will be answered inside the challenge.
How the challenge works…
Each day you’ll receive an email, straight to your inbox. Each contains a lesson and a daily activity for you to complete. Some of these emails will even include videos and tech tutorials!
The lessons are quick and easy to go through, giving you plenty of time to TAKE ACTION and complete the activities.
Don’t worry, they aren’t difficult! We’re spreading this challenge out over the course of 14 days to give yourself a little bit of wiggle room. But most of the activities only take an hour or less to complete!
Each day you’ll be one step closer to getting your website done.
The clients are out there! And they’re waiting to find a freelancer like YOU!
Sound good? I thought so. Sign up now!
Join the challenge for 2 weeks of fun!
It’s time to ditch the excuses. Quit letting your fears get in the way of your success. I once heard it said that a freelancer’s website is like their digital storefront. And it’s SO true. It’s often a client’s first impression.
So make it a good one.