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Freelance Writing Job Leads for May 22, 2017

Following are 20 freelance writing jobs leads to start off this week. Many of them want on-going content, a running theme I find in a lot of freelance job listings these days. FYI, when I select jobs, I try to select those that have this component because it cuts down on the amount of marketing you have to do….

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Self-Publishing Fiction: Do Short Ebooks Sell? Case Study Insights

This article was originally published on e-Junkie.info on March 25, 2013, a site I wrote for for almost two years between 2012 and 2014. It was originally entitled, Self-Publishing Profits: Do Short Fiction Ebooks Sell? $1,100 in 25 Days Says Yes – Here’s Why. Since I wrote this article, I’ve published over 40 romance novellas….

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Get More Blog Traffic Using Pinterest – WITHOUT Using Any Automation Tools – in Just 10-15 Minutes/Day

I’m a Pinterest crackhead! Yep, that just about accurately describes my addiction to the site. And I’m not hooked on sharing recipes or any of the latest scrapbooking ideas (although if that’s your cup of tea, that’s fine too). I’m super-glued to Pinterest these days because it delivers traffic – loads of site traffic!…

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15 Freelance Writing & Social Media Job Leads

Hope you’ve had a good start to the week! 🙂 Here are 15 freelance writing job leads, and even one for a social media account manager. Writing content and distributing it via social media is so interlinked these days that it can be very profitable to add social media account management to your list of services if you’re a freelance writer….

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Infopreneurs/Self-Publishers: Marketing Insight from My 15+ Years of Selling Info Online

This is the final part to this post, Freelance Writers: What It’s REALLY Like to Create and Sell Your Own Info Products Online – What I’ve Learned in 10+ Years, which turned into a three-part series (Read Part I and Part II)….

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Freelance Writers: How to Create Information Products That Sell – Insight from My 15+ Years of Selling Info Online

This is a follow-up to the post, Freelance Writers: What It’s REALLY Like to Create and Sell Your Own Info Products Online – What I’ve Learned in 10+ Years, a series I first wrote in 2013 and updated this year (2017)….

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Freelance Writers: What It’s REALLY Like to Create and Sell Your Own Info Products Online – What I’ve Learned in 15+ Years

I first published this post on September 11, 2013, and I’ve been selling information online since 2002. A lot has changed for me and in the self-publishing / info-products creation industry since I first wrote it. Following are the main ones that stood out to me as I took a long look back over my career as an online information seller….

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What Is SEO Writing? A Comprehensive Overview, Including Salary, Education, Skills Needed & More

I started writing SEO content in 2007. I had to Google it to find out what it was. Now, some 10 years later, people are still Googling the term, and I still receive questions almost weekly asking what it is. How do I know this?…

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Keep Getting Rejected? Here are 12 Reasons You May Not Be Landing Freelance Writing Jobs

The following is a guest post by Nkuleko Sibanda.

A string of rejections early in your freelance writing career? Many newbies can relate. However, I think mine rivals Stephen King’s record. I’m a disgruntled newbie who has received well over 50 rejections (and counting) inside six months in my efforts to published online; never mind actually land freelance writing work….

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Freelance Writing Insight: Is Upwork a Good Place to Find High-Paying Gigs in 2017?

The following is a guest post by Laura Pennington from Six Figure Writing Secrets.

If you want to be uber controversial in the freelancing world, you’ll probably need to say that you land jobs via Upwork and you’ll get all kinds of side eye and nasty remarks about it’s a platform only filled with low-paying jobs….

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How Much Should I Charge for This Blogging Job? Question from a New Freelance Writer

A quick little tidbit for you today … A couple of days ago, I received a question from an aspiring online freelance writer. I first corresponded with her a couple of weeks ago when she asked about transitioning from a full-time job to freelancing full-time.

She was interested in the SEO writing ebook. So obviously, she’s been busy taking action. Yoohoo!…

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SEO Writing Rates: How to Determine What to Charge as an Online Writer

In preparation for Freelance Writer’s Technology Month, I spent a solid week doing research into how to really make money online. It was eye opening on several levels. One of the areas I read about in great deal was content development. Of course, this covered article marketing. What I found surprised me to a certain degree….

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