Author: Kim

Hey there! Welcome to my blog. I'm a freelance writer and editor who loves technology and the freelance lifestyle. On this blog, I share my experience and knowledge in growing a profitable freelance writing business.

How To Schedule Your Day As A Freelance Writer

Written by Productivity

It begins innocently enough. You turn on your computer to do something that will help boost your freelance writing game. You think: “I’m gonna finally write that blog post I’ve kept putting off!”

Thirty minutes later, you’re clicking on cat videos. An hour passes by and you’re now buying things online. By noon, you look up and realize it’s time to make lunch.

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How To Set Your Freelance Writing Rates

Written by Business

Setting your freelance writing rates will determine your income for the next few months or even years.

It’s not something that you should take lightly. Your survival depends on it!

So how do you know how much to charge? Is there a magic formula that other writers use?

Not really. It’s more of a recipe than a formula.

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Why New Freelance Writers Should Start A Blog In 2019

Written by Marketing

Don’t underestimate the power of a business or personal blog when it comes to boosting your freelance writing career.

Have you been struggling with your freelance writing business?

Then maybe it’s time you stop looking for marketing strategies and try the one thing that works every time: starting a blog.

There’s a lot of hype around making money from a blog, but that’s not the only reason why you should start one.

As a new freelance writer, blogging can be the best marketing strategy you can do — and the most effective one. Here’s why —

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The One Question You Should Ask Yourself To Be A Successful Freelance Writer

Written by Productivity

There are dozens of questions when you start a freelance writing career — but there’s one that really matters.

Being new to freelance writing can be an overwhelming and confusing time. There are tons of tasks to do and almost all of them are on the same level of urgency.

Do you pitch to publications or build your website first? Do you need to have business cards printed before attending a networking event? What on earth do you put on your LinkedIn profile?

The questions go on and on.

While these are all important questions, there’s really one question you need to ask yourself to get your first freelance writing client.

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