FAQ’s

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1.  Who can enroll for the Freelance Learner’s Program®?

FLP is open to all; whether you are 22 or 62, a former professional or a homemaker, as long as you have a flair for writing and want to make a career out of it, then we can help you. This program is ideal for people looking at work from home with flexible work hours.

2. How long is the Freelance Learner’s Program®?

 The complete course is for 3 weeks. You will be given a daily schedule once you start the course.  Section-I is for 2 weeks and the remainder portion is dedicated to Section II.

3. What type of writing does the Freelance Learner’s Program® teach*?  

The FLP is not designed as a writing skills program. We assume you already have a writing style that is inherently yours. We will help you with understanding the nuances of writing for the internet, doing online research, developing an online contractor profile and bidding for projects.

4. What is the Freelance Learner’s Program® course structure?

The details of the course structure are summarized under the Program Details section.

5. What is cost of the Freelance Learner’s Program®?

The cost is an extremely affordable 8000 INR for the entire 3 weeks program

  • Section-I, Getting Ready:  INR 5000
  • Section- II, Developing an online profile: INR 3000

Important: Payments have to be made before the start of each section either via NEFT, PayPal or cash deposit. Cheques are not preferred. 

6. How is the course conducted?

The course is conducted by Rhea Gaur via Skype, mail and telephonic consultations.

Rhea Gaur is a former banker (with an experience of more than 14 years across global organizations such as ABN AMRO Bank and Standard Chartered Bank) turned successful freelance business writer. She writes on myriad topics such as Internet Marketing.  Small Businesses, Software & Technology, Financial Services, E-learning , Women’s Health and Wildlife and Conservation.  Most of her clients are based in the US and UK. 

7. What all do I need to get started as a freelance writer?

Besides the determination to excel at freelance writing (and you will need lots of it to see you through the initial struggle), you will need a laptop or desktop, a good broadband connection and if possible a smartphone (to keep you connected with your clients at all times). We also assume that you know the basics of using a computer and in particular MsOffice. 

8. What is the source of freelance assignments?

We will get you started on one of the leading global internet job portals. Thereafter the playing field is all yours, to get going on other internet portals and also possibly  work with agencies looking to hire freelance writers.

9. How much income can I expect to make*?

There is no fixed amount because each writer varies in skills and the number of hours which they can put in. First few months can be hard and at times demoralizing. You may even have to start with low paying projects to get positive client reviews before some better paying clients may be willing to work with you. But if you are consistent and persistent you could easily be earning about 25000 – 30000 INR a month basis 23-25 days of work within six months of becoming a dedicated freelancer, with a scope to earn much more  as you build an online reputation. 

To get started, please fill out the  free assessment form.

For any further queries, please contact us.

*Disclaimer: This course is designed to help you get started on sourcing freelance writing assignments.  This is not a course for teaching you ‘English writing skills’. The success of the course depends on your ability to put in the necessary hours of work.  

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