There’s no doubt, you can make a great deal of money as a freelance ghostwriter. All kinds of clients are willing to toss money your way for a bit of well-written content. But is the fact your name isn’t on the piece something that may bother you?
It’s true that almost anyone can start as a freelance writer today. However, not everyone is cut out to create content for other people over the long-term. If you currently have a job and are debating jumping into freelancing of any kind, wait. Don’t quit your job yet.
Affiliate marketing is one of the more popularized ways to make money online. A lot of people jump into it hoping to make a decent living. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work that way. In fact, it’s often more difficult than a lot of people think.
I’ve increased my writing output and freelance earnings by 10x over the past year, and today I want to share one of the most effective productivity hacks that I picked up during that time.
Almost anyone can become a website content writer. However, it takes quite a bit of effort if you really want to drive home the success. Over the past six and a half years, I’ve learned a great deal about optimizing my time as a freelancer. Here is why I call myself a success.