This blog is all about helping small nonprofits and one-person marketing departments communicate as effectively as possible with their supporters. Sometimes the best way to do that is to outsource your content creation to a professional freelance writer.

The problem is that there really aren’t all that many writers who specialize in producing the kind of content that nonprofits need. At the same time, there are lots of freelance writers who would love to do more work for nonprofits, if they only knew how.

To help solve both problems, I’m launching a new “Writing for Nonprofits” Coaching Program. The four-week program will begin March 1, 2010 and will be limited to just 10 participants.  It will include a live training or coaching event once a week and lots of tips and resources online, along with weekly challenges. It won’t just be me sharing advice; I’ve asked five other successful freelancers to serve as guest experts too.

Working directly with nonprofits is still my number one priority, which is why I’m keeping this new coaching program small, and I’m not sure when I’ll offer it again. If you are a freelance writer, take a look at the program. If you know a freelance writer who you wish knew how to produce the materials you need, pass it on to them.

P.S. I’m offering an early-bird special . . . register before February 1 and use the coupon code JAN100 to save $100.

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