How do you select a target audience?
Knowing who you're writing for is your biggest superpower as a writer.
Hello dear friend
There's a common saying in the writer's community: If you're writing for everyone, it effectively means you're writing for no one.
What this means is that always have a target audience in mind, no matter what you're writing or building.
And if you can't think of a target audience who would benefit from your words, write for your younger self who overcame a ton of struggles to reach where they are today.
I put this principle to practice when I built my 5-Day LIVE Training Program to Start a Money-Making Writing Career.
I didn't design this training program for everyone. I designed it for the Anangsha of 2014.
The writer who knew she had a lot of talent, but didn't know where to start.
Who had BIG dreams in her eyes, but ZERO guidance to take her first steps in the world of writing.
Who knew she loved writing, but had a strong imposter syndrome and always questioned if she would ever be good enough to become a full-time writer.
Who wanted to build a daily writing habit, but struggled to do so because work, studies, and family kept her busy.
If the Anangsha of 2014 had a Training Program like this when she was starting out, she would have been a BILLIONAIRE now.
But as they say it, better late than never!
I don't own a time machine, so I can't go back and help the Anangsha of 2014.
But I can help every new writer who's just starting out.
If you check any of the boxes above, you KNOW this course is right for you. Enroll today to get started on your writing career. Only a few seats are left, so join before it's too late.
The LIVE training starts on December 15th. Let's end 2021 on a high!
If you know any writer who's struggling with the same, don’t forget to share the 5-Day live training program with them. This is the LAST chance to sign up, as I am closing enrollments tomorrow.
Lots of love