If you’re trying to get referrals to book more freelance writing work with little success, you might be going about it all wrong.
Yes, asking your existing contacts for referrals works.
So do testimonials, guest posting, volunteering, in-person networking, email marketing, and building your online presence. These are proven marketing activities that can help you get referrals.
But there’s an easier and stupidly simple way to get referrals that I’ve been using since I started freelancing a couple of years ago.
It takes very little time, costs little to no money, and can pay dividends far greater than a postage stamp or a few minutes of your time.
I’ve landed magazine assignments, writing gigs, and other types of freelance work with this strategy. And so can you.
Want to learn how to get referrals, more assignments, and be the first person someone thinks of when they need a writer?
Let me show you how easy it is to use this stupidly simple strategy to get referrals.