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Write a revolution in your life with freelance web content writing.
Businesses need written content. But they don’t have time. Expertise. Skills. Your writing talent can help them get website traffic, earn leads, make sales and form relationship with their customers. They win. You get paid. Whether as a side hustle or a full-time gig, freelance web writing makes it possible to write your revolution.
Everyone and their dog seems to have a podcast these days. But despite the saturated market, there are quite a few quality podcasts. Especially for freelance writers. When you need a break from emailing clients, researching article topics or working on your first...read more
When it comes to being a better writer, there's so much information out there - so much, in fact, that it can be hard to digest. And even if you're able to get through it all, not all of the writing advice available is that good. So if you’re looking for tips on how...read more
As a freelance writer, you know that being a great writer is only half the battle. You also have to be able to write efficiently. If it takes you all day to write a 300 word blog post, you likely won’t be a very profitable freelancer. On the other hand, if you’re...read more
The freelancer hustle isn't easy. You're constantly writing, editing, spellchecking and proofreading. And when you're not doing the actual writing work, you're busy communicating with clients, finding new jobs, creating invoices, updating your portfolio and taking on...read more
Funny story… I worked as a freelance writer for more than four years before I started to think about it as a creative profession (and even then, that realization only happened because a friend asked me, “Is it hard to have to be creative all the time?”).
For a long time, I thought of writing as something that you just “do” – like eating meals, sleeping at night or doing any kind of rote work. But the reality is that writing is an inherently creative process, and that means that it comes with its own set of challenges and demands that must be balanced to ensure continuous productivity.
There are days when I feel like my creative juices have run out and days when I feel like I have absolutely nothing left to say about the topics I typically write on. I’m sure anyone else working as a writer has experienced this type of burnout before – and while I don’t have a solution for the larger overall issue of managing creative energy sustainably, I have found a way to trick myself into being productive when it feels like I couldn’t possibly write another word.read more
If you bum around the popular freelance writing job boards long enough, you’ll probably come across the phrases “SEO keywords” or “target keywords” every so often. But if you haven’t had any past exposure to digital marketing techniques, it’s natural to be confused about what these words mean and why – as a writer – you should care about them at all.
So to clear up this confusion, here’s everything you need to know about what keywords are and how they’re used by web content writers…read more