"The Pitch & Prosper course is unlike any other pitching workbook or challenge available for freelancers. Since following Lizzie's steps, I've landed three high-paying jobs from pitching - and even grabbed one client from the warming-up process (without sending a single pitch!)."
- Elise Dopson, Freelance Writer, EliseDopson.co.uk
Do you wonder if your pitches are giving off the wrong impression due to the lack of response and continuous rejections?
If so, this course will teach you the quick and easy tweaks you can make to your pitches to send a clear, concise message with a personal touch that will have your potential clients excited to know more.
"Holy cow! I only knew about FB pitching, and I was bad at it. This has opened a whole new world for me. I have just gone through the first video and I have to say, you are my hero! I love the way you teach and show examples of everything! I can finally stop feeling like a piece of sh*t when pitching! So grateful!"
- Atila Irmes, Web Designer, AtilaIrmes.com
Hey, I'm Lizzie!
I’ve been the freelancer who’s too scared to hit the send button on a pitch to my dream client.
I’ve been the freelancer who sent pitch after pitch after pitch and heard nothing but crickets in response.
I've been the freelancer who constantly questioned whether my pitch was any good.
But I got past that, and you can too!
Pitching shouldn’t be a drag.
But if you're pitches are going out to crickets there's a reason why, and I bet I know what it is.
It's because they’re not personalised, they’re not thought-out, and you haven't made a connection with the prospect.
So what’s the answer?
Focus on quality and creating connections.
The process I share in Pitch & Prosper helped me land a $1,500-a-month client and quickly build a roster of 5 long-term, high-paying clients.
And pitching to warm leads helped me go from $20 per piece to $300+ per piece and a $5,000-a-month project
It can do the same for you.
Before I started pitching, my client list was abysmal:
A leather bag company that I wrote keyword-stuffed blog posts for once a month (if you know me, you know that I’m really not fashion-minded and I HATE keyword-stuffed content)
A Spanish-run apartment company that kept asking for more and more revisions on their property descriptions despite paying me absolute pennies in the first place
A holiday middleman company that paid me $20 to research and write 1,000 words of descriptive, creative copy for their holidays
After pitching? It looked much, much better:
A top-ten social media app company that pays me over $1,000 a month to write detailed stories about current trends (no SEO-stuffing in sight)
A $5,000 project with an online payment solutions brand that had me writing a fun, human-centred email welcome sequence and a series of engaging blog posts about eCommerce and AI
$300 per post for writing about data management and machine learning for an online file-storing service
Learn to pitch this morning and prospect by the afternoon with:
Watch two actionable masterclasses that will show you exactly what goes into a high-converting pitch and how to find the right clients to send it to.
In the Perfect Your Pitch Masterclass, I’ll break down the paragraphs every successful pitch needs and give you ready-to-use inspiration from other freelancers who have been there, done that, and created amazing ways to sell themselves.
In The Pitching Process Masterclass, I’ll outline a no-brainer roadmap for finding your ideal clients and reaching out to them in a warm and friendly way (because spamming a stranger’s inbox is a big, fat no-no).
Watch me walk through the exact step-by-step process I use every time I pitch a new client and replicate it for yourself.
By the end of the masterclass series, you’ll have a shiny pitch you’re proud of and a sure-fire system for reaching out to clients who won’t be able to say no to your services. I’m also throwing in my go-to follow up strategy so you know exactly when to break the silence to increase your chances of getting the gig.
The hardest part about writing a pitch is not knowing if it’s good enough.
I mean, there’s been plenty of times I’ve not got the gig and questioned whether things would have been different if my pitch was… better.
Which is why in this part of the program, I’m going to set you a mini real-world challenge to create a pitch for a fictional company. I’ll provide you with a list of brands to choose from, including vital information about them that you can weave into your pitch.
Your task is to craft a personalised pitch using the successful template I show you in the masterclasses for one of the companies. You’ll send that straight to me, and I’ll provide detailed feedback on what works and what could be better - we won’t stop until we get you a winning pitch!
Sending that first pitch is hard. But once you get going, the fear starts fading away and you’ll suddenly get a thrill from hitting “send”.
After you’ve finished the masterclasses, you’ll take part in a 7-day pitch fest where you’ll focus on quality over quantity and handpick clients to send your newly polished pitch to.
You’ll have a brand new challenge every day, where you’ll be creating real-life connections with prospects and building up your client list from day one.
And the rest...
As well as all this good stuff, you’ll get a printable checklist that you can run through every time to send a pitch to make sure it’s the best it can be, and access to a series of audio recordings that give you quick-fire ways to get over the fear of pitching and get past the mistakes you keep making.