Want to have a steady high-income editing business?
Tired of struggling, hustling for jobs, waiting for clients to contact you?
Maybe you've been working hard, chasing after clients, trying to drum up work, experimenting with advertising, going to conferences and handing out business cards. But what's been the result? Maybe you've been stuck for months or years, hoping your business will grow into a career that's lucrative enough that you can quit your other day job. Or work part-time and still easily support yourself. The success you've dreamed of keeps slipping through your fingers.
Dare to change the picture!
What if you took a chance and reinvented yourself? What if you dared to reach out for that gold ring and grab it? How would you feel to have new clients every day contact you to hire you? How would you feel if strangers sent you thousands of dollars without first contacting you to ask about your services? How would you feel to have that kind of success?
It's not a dream. It happened to C.S. Lakin who went from having an editing job or two a month, scrambling and hustling and trying everything she could to drum up editing clients. She did work for free. She charged a rock-bottom price. She thought that strategy, in time, would help her eventually see success. But it didn't.
And then she learned the secrets to making a great living as an editor, and it involved a half-dozen simple steps that she never expected.
This isn't just hype. Within three years Lakin was making a six-figure income, part time, from her editing business. It's about being authentic. There's nothing phony or pretentious about true success. The key lies in not just providing stellar work for your clients but in creating a presence online that writers will trust. They'll want you, and only you, to edit their work. And they'll tell others about you, and your name will spread.
How to Make a Great Living as an Editor is an online video course that will show you in simple, clear steps how to break out of the freelancer mentality and position yourself for success.
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You’ll have video modules to watch that will cover the key steps to making a successful editing career. These will go in depth into how you can position yourself to stand out from the crowd, to be the go-to editor when someone thinks about needing editing.
You’re going to have homework, handouts, and other extras that will help you adjust your thinking so that you can realize the vision you have for your career. And, with the premier package, you'll get an hour consultation with C.S. Lakin after you complete the course to help you nail your strategy for success.
You're going to get deep into practical application so this isn’t just theory for you. It’s all about making decisions, implementing those decisions, and watching the results come in.
This is all about positioning yourself for success. Not depending on outside people or groups or agencies or clubs or organizations to send work your way. This isn’t about being passive. By taking these steps outlined, clients will come to you.
C.S. Lakin is going to teach you skills that are assertive and help you manifest the vision for your career. By envisioning it and doing all the practical steps she outlines, you will see results.
Ready to take your business and blast it into the stratosphere of success? Go from waiting and hoping and wallowing to picking your clients, accepting interviews and guest blogging opportunities, having months of scheduled work, and making a comfortable income—all by making the right choices to position yourself as an expert in the editing industry.
C.S. Lakin is the author of sixteen novels and five writing craft books. Her award-winning blog Live Write Thrive gives tips and writing instruction for both fiction and nonfiction writers, and her Writer’s Toolbox series gives fiction writers everything they need to know to create compelling, solid stories. Her newest release, 5 Editors Tackle the 12 Fatal Flaws of Fiction Writing, features more than sixty detailed Before and After examples of flawed and corrected passages to help authors learn to spot flaws in their writing.