Enrollment to the Freelance Writing Course Closes Today

By Daniel Scocco

Today is your last chance to join the DWT Freelance Writing Course. Enrollment will remain open until midnight (GMT). The next edition of the course will take place only in mid-2013.

Below, you’ll find what some of the past students had to say about the course:

“What you supplied has far exceeded my expectations, both in content and value for money. I congratulate you on a job well done.” (Margaret Huggins, Australia)

“I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed the online course. I have been researching content on how to establish a freelance writing career since earlier this year and your course provided information that I just haven’t been able to find anywhere else. Thanks for taking the time to develop this in a straightforward and manageable fashion.” (Yvonne Smith, United States)

“If you’ve been writing for a while as a hobby, this course will teach you the steps needed to take it further, into running your own business. With Ali’s writing skills and Daniel’s business acumen, you’re really learning from people who have experience. The bonuses and private forum alone are worth the cost.” (Rhys Winne, England)

We also offer a 60-day money-back guarantee: If you are on the fence about joining, feel free to enroll and take the whole course. If, after that, you decide it was not what you were looking for, simply email us, and we’ll refund your money on the same day.

Click here to visit the course page where you can enroll and check all the details, including the course structure, price and bonuses.

Click here to get access to 800+ interactive grammar exercises!


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3 Responses to “Enrollment to the Freelance Writing Course Closes Today”

  • Indra

    I like to enrol, this will be very useful

  • Saad

    I love your tips and I think I’ll improve my writing a lot after this course
    Thanks and regards,
    Saad

  • arm2008

    Bummer, Paypal decided to not let me pay, maybe since my data was out of date and I had to update it with current address and card. They would have been quite happy to let me use their pay later option, though. I’ve seen some pretty ugly stories about the way Paypal treats people and I now avoid them unless absolutely necessary.

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