Freelance Writing Coach: Selling Your Time (ft. Kaleigh Moore)

Freelance Writing Coach:  Selling Your Time (ft. Kaleigh Moore)
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Freelance Writing Coach: Selling Your Time (ft. Kaleigh Moore)
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Episode November 15, 2021 00:47:39

Show Notes

Sometimes less is more. Especially when the crux of your podcast is sharing something practical, like freelance writing. That’s exactly what Kaleigh Moore and Emma Siemasko do with their podcast, Freelance Writing Coach. It’s a simple, conversational show that features Emma and Kaleigh chatting about different aspects of freelance writing. Episodes are usually short and simply (but well) produced, making for a quick, easy and practical listening experience. In this episode Jay chats with one half of the duo, Kaleigh about selling your time, writing and making a podcast about writing.

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INSIDE THIS EPISODE:

Listen to Freelance Writing Coach https://www.freelancewritingcoachpodcast.com/episodes

Follow Kaleigh on here website https://www.kaleighmoore.com/about

Follow Jay on twitter @JayAcunzo

From Play it Forward, be sure to listen to Cyber Empathy: https://cyberempathy.org

This episode was produced by Stuart Barefoot

Music was created by Tyler Litwin

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