Email Templates for Freelancers
Get 18 swipe-and-paste email templates to make your freelancing biz a breeze
If you've been running a freelancing biz, you'll know how frustrating it can be to write an email that lands you a job. Or allows you to get paid more. Or gets rid of a nightmare client.
Despite your best efforts, you're struggling to string-together the words needed to make a client say "yes - let's get started!" on your dream project.
What’s the deal?
You watch other freelancers land clients left-right-and-centre, and you wonder if that could ever happen to you.
You've sent thousands of pitches. None of which have resulted in a job for your dream client that pays your dream wage.
I say 'dream' a lot because that's how it feels when you're at this stage.
I get it. And I’ve been there. Now, a massive percentage of emails that I send result in a successful outcome - and the aim I had in mind when I hit 'send'.
Not to mention that I've managed to turn my passion for writing from a hobby to a thriving business in just six months!
You CAN be a successful freelancer
Imagine if you could...
Respond to an inquiry that you're mega-excited about without the fear of sounding unprofessional
Send fool-proof pitches that land you the job you've always wanted
Never have to "umm" and "ahh" about how on-board a client
Have streamlined templates to cut & paste that'll save time in your freelancing business
Here's what you'll get..
When you enroll in this course, each section has a downloadable PDF containing your email templates.
There are templates for sending:
- A cold email
- A warm email
- A guest post pitch
- A follow-up with any sort of pitch
- Scheduling a Skype/phone call
PLUS, templates for responding to:
- Inquiries that you are interested in
- Inquiries that you aren't interested in
- Inquiries needing more information to make a decision
- Inquiries asking for something that you don't offer
- Clients saying you're too expensive
- Clients that don't pay on-time
- Clients saying they don't like your work
- Clients asking for refund
- Clients that tell you how to do your job
AND templates for odd situations, like...
- Raising your rates (for two different reasons!)
- Ending a freelance job
- Asking for a testimonial
Each template comes with a lil' bit
of extra goodness to get the most
out of your process.
You'll get in-depth tips and advice to support each section.
They'll transform you into a freelancing whizz in no time!
"I like the short information sessions/lessons before each template. The information is relatable, usable, and tied into real-world examples that lessen any potential, “How should I be using this?” question.
The template pack has more benefit than just the templates. The lessons for each go far in teaching important facets of freelancing.
Your course was the first I paid for since I think most paid freelance courses aren't worth the investment, but yours certainly is.
The templates were written in the same style and tone I prefer using in my business communications and they covered almost all the bases I can foresee needing them for, so the pack was well worth the price and is a great tool to have for a freelance writer at any stage."
- Dan Mattia, Freelance Writer and Editor
"All the email templates included in your course are extremely useful and actionable. They cater for every possible problem that you could come across as a freelance writer whereby you need to communicate with your client efficiently and effectively.
The blurb above each template explaining the situation where you’d need to use the template is also extremely handy."
- Katie Davies, Freelance Writer
I’m a professional freelance blog and article writer with years of experience writing for B2B and B2C clients. I specialise in writing about businesses and marketing, including entrepreneurship, social media and SEO.
Visit my website here: elisedopson.co.uk