If you haven't been to my Instagram page, you should. I share all kinds of writing goodies there. Here are some of my best tips I've shared.
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Vlogging can be a great way to feature your expertise in a niche, or you can use your skill as a vlogger as an added benefit to choosing you over other freelance writers. Here’s how to get started.
I must admit. I’m a speedy writer. Not to say I don’t work hard to get stories in by their deadline, research new markets and craft queries. I just don’t like wasting time. I want to get it done and move onto the part I love, the actual writing.
Your style of writing is important. It is what will make people follow your blogs and search for your guest posts. When you're deciding what your brand's voice will be, there is one thing you need to be clear on: Are you a Sex and the City writer or a Dragnet writer? Confused? Let me explain.
Longer stays = higher search engine ranking.
This is what I needed when I was just starting out as a freelance writer…
However, what if you didn’t have to go in search of jobs any longer? What if the jobs would find you instead of the other way around? It’d be great, wouldn’t it? It is great, and it’s also a realistic possibility if you use the following tips. Go on, it could completely transform your career.
Multitasking fails us, big time. It decreases our productivity, lowers our IQs, and shrinks our brains, according to acclaimed researchers and neuroscientists around the world. The solution? A simple yet revolutionary concept: singletasking.
I'm going to give you a sure-fire way to determine if your content is generic with one easy step.
I make around $200 an hour writing articles and blog posts for websites. Want to know my process? Here it is.
As a freelance writer, for me, the work is easy. It’s dealing with the clients that's hard. So, over the past few years I have developed a strategy for dealing with clients, and ensuring I get paid every time!
Here are some hints and tips on how to get started in the world of selling online programs. Read on, take everything in, and put some of this advice into action - you never know where it might take you!
"Should I write for free?" I hear this question a lot from new freelance writers. The answer?
What better place to find writing advice than from experienced writers? Here are 50 writing tips from some of the world's best. Got a great quote that I missed? Tell me in the comments.
It’s not always possible to bring in as much cash as you’d like. If you’re relying on just a few clients for the bulk of your money, then you’re just a couple of small admin changes away from feeling the pinch. But there’s good news: you’re not only a writer. You have plenty of other skills that you can use to bring in the cash.
Ensure a consistent workflow as a freelancer with these tips.