Have you got questions? I've got the answers
I'm busy. How long will it take to get through the course?
I get ya. I mean, who has the time to do anything these days, right? I know how valuable your time is so I am teaching this programme step-by-step. That means there are certain steps you need to take, in a certain order, in order to benefit fully from it. Each module comes with an assignment.
Read the first module in your own time and complete the first assignment. Then, move on to the second module and do the second assignment at the end. Then move on to the next. You need to finish each action in a sequence but this can all be done in your own time and at your own pace! You do not need to submit your assignments to me - they are designed to help you take the next step in finding writing clients and they are not about right or wrong answers - unless you have a question of course about something!
You also have indefinite access to this course which means you can log in and do the course whenever you want. You can even enrol now and start it at a later date! The course will still be waiting for you!
Are there any conditions to take this course?
There are no special conditions to follow this course. The course is taught entirely in English, so it is important to be able to understand English, but it is not just for English speakers. Content writing can be done in any language you feel comfortable writing in. Are there companies in your country? Of course there are. That means they, too, are looking for great content which you can write in your own language. Moreover, 95% of my tips apply to all markets.
You do not need to have previous knowledge of content writing, as I teach this from the beginning, but you need to have a love for writing.
Who is teaching this course?
The course is taught by Natali Lekka (MA in Translation Studies, Warwick University), a freelance translator for 12 years and a writer for 9.
I’ve written content for several international brands, agencies, websites, print publications and in-flight magazines. I work for a number of digital content agencies, publishing houses and direct clients as a writer and have created content for brands such as Babbel, Davidoff, Reebok, Indigo Hotels, MemSource, Jet2, Qatar Airways, Air Baltic, Korean Air, Lingvist, among others.
Who is this course actually for, REALLY?
This course is for translators who want to make money writing (esp. blogging) for companies.
What you'll find in this course:
- 4 action-driven modules packed with practical tips, templates and examples.
- 4 assignments to help you take the next step from module to module
- Examples of actual ‘plug n’ play’ pitches you can use to start receiving writing work
- A host of online resources, including lists of companies you can contact.
- Personal access to me via e-mail for any questions you may have.
By the end of this course you will have:
· Gained clarity on your niche and found out how to research lucrative markets
· Found out which niches are profitable and learned how to re-slant your topic to fit several markets
· Learned how to structure good articles and what types of articles you can write for any business
· Learned how to write for SEO, pick headlines and source photos
· Learned how to get inside your readers’ minds and understand what they want to read
· Found the clients you want to work with with the right contacts and e-mail addresses
· Learned 10 more ways to find great clients and gained clarity on your pricing and pitching habits
· Learned about the writing needs of different clients, what makes a good pitch and how to write one
· Learned what customer journeys are and how to use them to create great content strategies
You also get 3 bonus resources:
· 20 mistakes freelance writers make in their first year of writing and how to fix them
· Collaboration agreement (very important to have this in place)
· 11 blogs to write for in the translation industry – for money
I still have questions about this course.
Then e-mail me at [email protected], already! 😊