The Internet provides a slew of opportunities for a plethora of freelance work. And writing is among the most abundant. But, how far can you take a freelance writing career if you decided to start today? Actually, as far as you really want to take it.
As a freelance writer, keeping a constant flow of clients makes sure your bills are paid. But what should you do when the client pool is a bit dry at the moment? Instead of turning to Netflix, I’m going to show you several ways to keep productive.
Whether you’re a blogger or freelance writer, being able to organize your day is incredibly beneficial. In fact, I don’t know how I would juggle everything I do without project management apps. And finding a free one can get you off to a great start.
Although I am quite the expert when it comes to content mills, they are not the only way to get paid as a writer. In fact, you have access to a wide variety of methods to land some great gigs. Today, I’ll go over some of the easiest ways to find writing jobs that pay well.
One of the hardest things to deal with as a freelance writer is a difficult client who hires you for a task but doesn’t have full faith in your abilities. It is frustrating and can result in a very bad situation. Today, I’ll show you how I deal with difficult clients when I know I’m right.