There is a lot of content available that is scraped from a competitor or “written” by a spinning engine. It gives content writing a bad name since many average online readers don’t realize what’s going on behind the scenes. I manually write every single word that I deliver. Is it always loved by my customers? Of course not. Sometimes it might even be a piece of crap. But it’s genuinely and authentically my piece of crap.
There are quite a few things that I wish I had learned before becoming a professional writer. Still, these are the top ones that I use to help inspire the next generation of writers considering the career path. Use these as your compass!
We all tend to want to have a low rate because we think it’ll draw in customers. It will, but it often will be customers that will give you no end of headache. Set a rate that feels fair and accurate. Even if you get challenging orders and/or customers, your rate will make the headache very worthwhile!
Starting out is scary as a professional business content writer, no matter how dedicated you are to making it work. I decided to look back to my own beginning and share some tips and suggestions on how I got used to my professional writing career without taking on something that I wasn’t ready for.
When I started out, there wasn’t much out there for trustworthy online platforms to advertise my services, but now there seems to be one on every virtual corner! If you’re looking at getting involved with freelancing platforms, you’ll want to take the time to figure out what the best one is.
Out of nothing more than 26 letters, writers can create entire universes with characters and stories that will bring readers to tears. Yet despite this truly awe-inspiring talent, there are many well-intentioned people out there (many of whom may be readers themselves) who don’t appreciate this effort. Here are 3 things to say to a writer you believe in.
No matter how good you are at being in business, there will that day where you are going to get the customer who’s just impossible to deal with. Maybe they’re rude, maybe they’re needlessly picky, or maybe they’re just really difficult to deal with. Whatever makes them difficult for you, here are some tips to get through those interactions that won’t leave you feeling like a doormat.
From the first product description I ever wrote, I knew that this was what I wanted to focus my career on as far as business content writing. Here are some of the best tips that have helped me figure my way around the tricky world of writing product descriptions that actually sell products.
Just like traditional creative writers, business writers have tricks up their sleeves. Whether you’re just starting as a business content writer or you’re an experienced content writer, here are 3 of the top tips to making the most out of your business writing.
If you’re frantically searching for a business writer but you aren’t entirely sure what you should be looking for, this is a great first stop! Just like any business-related decision, you are going to want to make sure that you get it right by learning about what, exactly, goes into picking the right business content writer.