As a freelancer, you’re often able to set the rates at which clients pay for your services. However, whose to say what the best rate to charge is? You don’t want to short-change yourself, but you also don’t want to scare away clients. So, how do you go about charging a reasonable rate?
Is it possible to create intelligent writing without opening a thesaurus? Absolutely. However, it also depends on several key factors such as your target audience. If you’re speaking to a group of 10-year old kids, do you use complex words? Probably not. So, how do you create content that makes you appear intelligent?
Being a freelance writer has a lot of perks. One of which is being able to make a significant amount of money in a short amount of time. However, there are a lot of variables that come into play to make money as a freelancer. Don’t assume you can replace your full-time job immediately.
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.