I noticed a new change to Google search this morning. It seems that the search engine giant is now displaying wanted adds collected from various websites. This has potential to help people find work, but it also might turn out to be a fad.
Do you use writing brokerage systems like Textbroker or WriterAccess? How often do you keep those profiles accurately updated? A lot of us forgot those profiles are there, but they are an important part of your success.
Freelance writing from home has its perks. With the Internet as your tool, it’s possible to make a good living creating content for others. However, many people still struggle when trying to keep the bills paid. Is it a lack of income, or personal productivity? That’s completely up to the individual. What kind of freelance writing salary can you expect in the coming year?
A common question I see on the Internet for freelance writing is finding the best ways to make money. There is just one problem with this question; it leads to incredibly biased answers. This is because everyone has their “cup of tea” when it comes to creating content. So, what can you do to make money putting words together?
Being an amazing writer takes more than just a good handle of grammar and spelling. Don’t assume you can simply jump into the career path and pull in a lot of cash. It’s takes a lot of work and patience to create something a large audience will want to read.