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.
Is freelance writing a good choice for making money? That really depends on you. Everyone needs to find their proverbial “cup of tea” and stick with it. In reality, not everyone who loves writing loves having a life as a freelance writer. It comes with a few caveats, but for me, it works well exceptionally well.
Over the years, I’ve dealt with a variety of content management systems. Out of everything I’ve ever used, I have grown to be an ardent fan of WordPress blogging. I wouldn’t say I’m a “fan boy,” but there are many reasons why I prefer this system over others.
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.
Over the past year, YouTube has had a rough go. Between the different versions of the “Adpocalypse” and tightening security against nefarious creators, it seems extremely difficult for new creators to become a success on the platform. While making that sweet YouTube money is attractive, is it worth your time?