In this FREE workshop with Den Founder Carol Tice and Den Moderator-in-Chief (and content mill escapee) Angie Mansfield, you’ll learn:
PRESENTED BY CAROL TICE
Longtime freelance business writer Carol got her first freelance writing jobs around 1990 — and, after 12 years as a staff writer, started freelancing again in 2005. She's earned six figures annually from her writing since 2011, and has helped new freelance writers launch their careers for nearly a decade. She's been found — and hired — by three Fortune 500 companies on LinkedIn.
Magazine credits: Forbes, Entrepreneur, Delta Sky, Alaska Beyond, and many others. Corporate clients have included Costco, American Express, Freshbooks, and TrueBlue. She created the Make a Living Writing blog, founded the Freelance Writers Den community, and has presented more than 20 online courses. She lives on a lake in Seattle with the man who makes it all possible, two amazing teens, and Rex, the wonder dog.
AND ANGIE MANSFIELD
Angie Mansfield is a proud content mill escapee. She started her freelance career at Demand Studios, and remembers being excited when they gave her a raise to $25/article to write for LIVESTRONG.com. The Freelance Writers Den helped her come to her senses.
She's now the Freelance Writers Den Moderator-in-Chief, helping members find resources and hosting many Den weekly podcast interviews. She makes a comfortable living writing case studies and white papers for clients who don't make her want to pull her hair out.
"My first three months as a freelancer, I made $400 a month. I just did my taxes, and I made well over $100,000 freelancing!"
- Kat Tretina
"The Den was my 1st real breadcrumb on trail to earning a living #writing online. Now earning up to $600/post."
- Pam Neely
"As unbelievable as it is, I got an increase from around $10 to $100 from an online pub...Carol encouraged me to tell them 'I’m getting $100 for work like that now.'"
- Kasun Pathirage