Marketing webinar for freelancers

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Upcoming WebinarsUPDATE 8-26: Please note, the Sept. 14 freelance marketing Q&A webinar has been filled to capacity. Based on demand, we’ll conduct another session later in fall 2015. Please add yourself to the notification list here, and we’ll contact you with the details when they’re announced. Thanks for your interest!


When it comes to my own education on topics from sales to social media, I’m a big fan of the webinar format, which is why I’m pleased to announce the first Dr. Freelance marketing webinar for freelancers: “Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Freelance Marketing…But Were Afraid To Ask.”

Why Should You Attend?

  • It’s an open Q&A format, so you can ask any question you’d like about how to get new freelance clients, from cold-calling and letters of introduction to strategies for your website and social media.
  • You’ll benefit from the wisdom of my terrific co-host, Lori Widmer of the Words on the Page blog.
  • Hearing other freelancers’ questions will spark ideas about improving your own business.
  • If you have questions that you’d like to send in advance, just drop a line to doc (at) doctorfreelance (dot) com or through the “Ask the Doc” link in the right-hand column of this page.
  • Hey, it’s free!

When Is It?

The 45-minute session will be held on September 14, 1 p.m. Eastern time. Note: The marketing webinar content will *not* be available after the session, so you need to attend live.

How Do You Sign Up?

Reserve your spot at the marketing webinar signup page, and we’ll send you the sign-in details about a week before the session.

What Past Webinar Attendees Have Said

Jake did a good job explaining pricing and estimating clearly, and had a firm command of the content. He was an expert, but down to earth. It was an insightful presentation and the question and answer session was helpful.”

I just listened to your webinar on referrals and want to say thank you for explaining how to go through the process without feeling phony. Your point about timing is especially well taken. I’ll make this a natural part of my business from now on!”

I think more pep talks on these subjects would be good for freelancers. I think the psychology of charging what you’re worth, and the confidence building, is as valuable as the basic mechanics of how or why.”

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