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Get More Leads With This Unconventional Marketing Method for Freelance Writers

You want to get more leads to grow your freelance writing business. So you set a goal to churn out more queries and letters of introduction. That’s how you market yourself as a freelance writer, isn’t it? Those are two traditional marketing methods freelance writers use to get more leads and clients. And you should be sending out plenty of both if you want to get fully booked. But who says you have to play by old-school rules? There’s a million different ways to market your services, connect with people in your niche, and land more freelance writing assignments. And there’s at least one unconventional marketing method you should consider. Barrier to entry is low. Tech tools make it easy. One writer has even used this approach to get more leads, land multiple ghostwriting gigs, build authority, and ultimately make more money. And so can you. Ready to give this unconventional marketing method a try? Get more leads with a podcast Looking for a marketing strategy that’s different, creative and fun? Consider a podcast. Besides giving you inside access to thought leaders in your niche, it’s a great way to build your own brand and create fresh, useful content that will drive traffic to your site. Podcasting isn’t nearly as scary as you think. It doesn’t require fancy equipment, a fat bank account, or techno-geek skills. If you can conduct a phone interview, you can create a podcast. It’s that easy. Meet freelance writer and podcaster Derek Lewis In a recent Freelance Writers Den podcast, we talked with podcaster and ghostwriter Derek Lewis. He spelled out all the steps for getting started with a podcast, including: Cost to start a podcast Necessary recording equipment and software Finding guests Pushing through fear Ready to get your own podcast up and running? Find out how in this Q&A: Q: Where did you get the idea to use a podcast to market your writing services? A: I took a class on marketing and branding, and the teacher challenged us to come up with an idea nobody else was using. He said that as a ghostwriter,…

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