Gina Horkey Freelance Writing Success Rockstar Package

freelance writing ecourse

Starting My Freelance Career

I started writing online back in 2008, a year before I was laid off from a company where I was working as a CNC machinist.  It wasn’t my dream job but it was paying the bills and then some.

I learned the ropes of writing online on a site called Hubpages and I still have an account there.  Over the course of a couple years, I accumulated a couple hundred articles and was earning a nice side income from articles that took years to mature.

I built up an impressive portfolio and I found the confidence to offer my writing services to businesses and other emerging blogs and websites and discovered a whole new venue as a freelance writer.

I had to teach myself out of necessity and at the time didn’t even consider that there might be some kind of online course to teach me the ins and outs of being a freelance writer.

A lot has changed since I started out and breaking into the business is easier than ever.  I found someone that teaches completely green writers to become paid freelance writers.  Her name is Gina Horkey and her blog is the Horkey Handbook.

An Easier Way to Start Your Freelance Career

This is Gina Horkey’s “30 Days or Less to Freelance Writing Success – Rockstar Package”   as she says, this e-course is designed specifically for those that are new to freelance writing or writers that want to turn their hobby into a full time income.

In the course you will be given:

  • 9 modules with 50 Lessons full of summary’s, checklists, quizzes, and a final exam.
  • Access to a large and private Facebook group.
  • Pitch Like a Boss Checklist
  • Pitch Tracker (includes a list of sites to pitch)
  • 15 Enhanced Training Resources
  • Independent Contractor Agreement Template and Tutorial ($200 Value)
  • Personalized pitch review from Gina ($50 value)
  • One month of 1 on 1 coaching with Gina ($250 Value)
  • All with a 30 day money back guarantee.

Let Gina show you the way to 30 Days or Less to Freelance Writing Success.

On this course, Gina is offering a pay in full option or an easy payment plan.

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  • lauruie

    Sounds like freelance writing has worked out very well for you. I’m certainly envious. Thank you for sharing this useful link. I’m going to look into it.

    • e-coursesxyz

      I’m thankful that it has and I’m always learning and improving.

  • Wow this sounds like an amazing course! I’m sure it will be super helpful to those who are looking for the tricks of the trade.

    • e-coursesxyz

      Learning from people who have been there done that is the way to go.

  • Kelly McDaniel Hartigan

    This sounds like it might be a good course for someone starting out in the world of freelance writing. I’m an editor, and the majority of writers I work with write books rather than articles. I’m curious if Gina compares the two or if she shows any similarities between the writing processes for both.

    • e-coursesxyz

      In my contacts with her, she seems to focus on the “breaking in” part of freelancing as well as other side hustles for SAHMs/ WAHMs. I have not seen any commentary on book writing from her. I write books so you’ll probably hear some commentary on my posts. I’m not that great of an editor so I’ll keep you in mind for the novel I’m working on now.

      • Kelly McDaniel Hartigan

        I’ve heard varying opinions when comparing and contrasting freelance writing (mostly articles) and book writing.

        You’re working on a novel right now? Can you share anything about it? I hope your writing process is going smoothly. Thank you for keeping me in mind when you are ready for an editor.

        • e-coursesxyz

          I’ve written half a dozen screenplays with one that was getting a little traction but then fizzled out. Instead of getting depressed about it, I decided to try turning one of them into a novel. I started it during NANOWRIMO but time restraints kept me from completing it. I’m working on a YA novel that is a mix between Supernatural and The Hardy Boys.

          • Kelly McDaniel Hartigan

            Wow. And I have to admit that seeing the reference to The Hardy Boys has my interest piqued. The Clue of the Broken Blade was the first The Hardy Boys mystery book I read when I was eight years old. I enjoyed the books. It wasn’t until I was older that I questioned how in the world Frank and Joe were always 18 and 17 and managed to have so many adventures in one year of life. 🙂

  • I always seek to learn and perform. This link sounds interesting. Thanks for sharing.

    • e-coursesxyz

      It’s a great resource for breaking in to the business of freelance writing.

  • Jodie Whitham

    It sounds like a course to save you. Nothing worse than the shock of losing your job, but you had a back up x

    • e-coursesxyz

      You’re right on that…

  • sauumye

    I used to be a freelance writer a year ago. This course surely would be a great help to me.

    • e-coursesxyz

      The best way to learn is from someone who has been there done that…

  • Nikki

    great course! im a new freelance writer and im willing to learn more!

    • e-coursesxyz

      Yep.. I’ve been doing it for the past decade and I’m willing to learn more as well.