As a freelance writer, you’ll undoubtedly be faced with many of the biggest productivity issues. This is especially true if you work from home like I do. The trick to being successful is making sure these problems don’t interfere with your work. Otherwise, you’ll find it difficult to make enough money to sustain yourself.
The Internet is a vast and open field of content. Virtually any topic you can think of is represented. Because of this, companies and private individual website owners are constantly looking for a content writer. But what does it take to be successful at creating this material?
Being a successful freelancer is often the dream of many. You’re your own boss, make your own hours and control your own pay. However, it’s not as glamorous as some might think. In reality, there are a lot of things a new freelance ghostwriter needs to understand before jumping head-first into the pool.
The Internet delivers a vast array of opportunities for those who want to escape the 9-to-5 rat race. With everything that is available, it’s often difficult to pinpoint the best way to make money. Perhaps I can help figure out which is right for you.
Earlier today, I decided to give the site Upwork a test drive to see if it’s worth adding it to my list of paying opportunities. After completing the application process and listing my skills, I found the experience to be less than stellar.