This week’s recommendation is Seth Godin’s Freelancer course, which he offers over on Udemy.
If you work in the marketing field or know anything about it, I’m sure you’ve heard of Seth Godin.
He is a renowned author, entrepreneur, and speaker. He co-founded Yoyodyne, which he sold to Yahoo in 1998, and Squidoo, which was acquired by HubPages in 2014.
He was inducted into the Direct Marketing Hall of Fame in 2013. Learn more about Seth Godin HERE. Seth Godin has authored 18 bestsellers including the following:-
- The Dip – A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit (and When to Stick)
- Purple Cow
- Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us
- Whatcha Gonna Do With That Duck?
What’s Included in Seth Godin’s Freelancer Course
The Freelancer Course covers the essential things you need to know about launching as a freelancer, how to find clients and get them coming to you, pricing your services, and taking control of your career.
You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions, download the course notes and complete useful in-depth exercises.
Throughout the course, Seth Godin takes you through becoming a freelancer step by step, finding and choosing the right kind of clients, how to build your reputation & promote your business and much more.
Seth has also included in-depth answers to related FAQs selected from his audience, which clarify common concerns from freelancers and what to expect by way of everyday challenges.
A lot of courses out there claim to do the same thing but this course is backed by over 30 years experience from an authority figure in the marketing industry. He definitely knows what he’s talking about and you want to learn from him.
With content geared towards all skill levels, the course includes over 87 lectures, 2.5 hours on-demand video, 14 supplemental resources, access on mobile & TV so you can study on the go and a certificate of completion. Check out a few student reviews below:
Student Reviews of Seth Godin’s Freelancer Course
By the end of this freelancer course, you should be able to work more effectively as a freelancer by differentiating yourself from the competition or start yourself on the path of freelancing with a functional plan in place, which will eventually help you to get out of a job that sucks if that’s what you want.