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No Contacts? No Problem! How to Pitch and…

No Contacts? No Problem! How to Pitch and Sell a Freelance Feature (edition 2010)

by Catherine Quinn

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Title:No Contacts? No Problem! How to Pitch and Sell a Freelance Feature
Authors:Catherine Quinn
Info:Methuen Drama (2010), 192 pages
Collections:Read but unowned
Tags:writing, read 2019

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No Contacts? No Problem! How to Pitch and Sell a Freelance Feature by Catherine Quinn



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There are plenty of books on the market telling 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? 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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