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?
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.
Being self-employed is the dream of many people. However, it is far more difficult in many ways. One of these is choosing the hours you work. All too often I come across those who failed working from home simply because they couldn’t keep a profitable schedule. Let’s dive into what you can do to change that.
As a freelance ghostwriter, you’ll undoubtedly come across clients who will want more work done without adding pay. Some will add a few extra steps here and there, which may not seem all that grandiose. Next thing you know, your workload is double. So, what can you do if clients increase work but do not add anything to what you’re earning?
Working from home is a dream for many people. The thought of being their own boss with the freedom to work when they want is alluring. Unfortunately, it’s not all about good times and heavy flows of income. Nope…it’s much more difficult than what many might think. In fact, it has altered my life in profound ways since 2012.