It might sound strange, but charging a fair but decent freelancer rate will impress many new and existing clients. It shows that you take your skills and job seriously and know your worth.
There seems to be a misperception somewhere that you aren’t allowed to change your mind regarding your freelancing rates. I’m here to tell you that this is a total myth! Not only do freelancing rates change, but they should also change.
I’m not saying that life as a professional content writer is full of frustrations, but…it kind of is! These little things always have a way of getting under your skin.
When you are looking at the idea of surviving the tidal wave and getting through to calmer seas, how you handle this busy queue will determine just how you decide if you will make it to the next round.
Business content writing is different from creative writing or technical writing. It requires a different approach and a different engagement need. If you’re looking for a profitable career as a writer, this may just be it.
My job can give me everything that I could hope for when looking at a rewarding and sustainable career. It’s a job in which I can do all of the things that I love most and a job where I can see the difference it makes for my customers and the people they interact with.
Your first big freelancing job is going to be so exciting but a little intimidating, too. These tips will help you plan appropriately for it to accomplish it as flawlessly as possible!
One of the things that I learned when trying out private freelancing for the first time was staying in charge of the things that matter most to me. Those things may not matter to other professional writers, or they may seem unimportant to the customer, but they are important to me.
Let’s be real here: when you are a professional, you so often have to be a mature person and walk away without retorting or pushing back. That might be good for business, but sometimes you just want to bite back, right? Now's your moment.
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.