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The Biggest Obstacles I’ve Overcome as a Freelance Writer

This past Friday, I did an interview with multiple, best-selling author Avery Breyer. She’s been featured all over (Nasdaq.com, MSN Money, Time.com, etc.) and has written several books; one entitled How to Turn Your Computer into a Money Machine. It covers how to make money online – and SEO writing is one of the mobile careers she discusses.

Anyway, Avery asked me some very insightful questions that new and experienced freelancers can learn from, one of which was, “What were the biggest obstacles I’ve had to overcome as a freelance writer?/

Let me back up and say, the interview was wide-ranging: we covered everything from how/why I started a freelance writing career, to my earnings expectations when I first started, to getting clients, to creating stability with finances when you freelance — and a whole bunch more.

But … back to the question of the topic of this post. We did a phone interview, which lasted just over 35 minutes. I answered this question at around the 22:00 / 23:00 minute mark of the interview.

Again, we covered a TON of things new – and experienced – freelancers will be able to learn from. And for experienced freelancers, even if you don’t learn anything new, talking with Avery made me realize, “Hmmm, I’m not the only one who thinks this, faces this, handles things this way. I’d never thought about it quite that way.

Click on over to today’s post on SeoWritingJobs.com (this site’s subsidiary) to hear the interview. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed sharing (obviously, I enjoy talking – I talked A LOT during this interview). Thank goodness Avery didn’t mind. 🙂

P.S.: Avery offers some valuable free bonuses just for Inkwell Editorial readers, so be sure to click on over and check out the post, ok?

P.P.S.: I’m Ready to Start My Freelance SEO Content Writing Career.

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How to Start a Freelance SEO Writing CareerWhat if I told you that 30-60 days from now, you could easily be making $1,000 to $2,000/week? You probably wouldn’t believe me, and I wouldn’t blame you. But, unlike others who promise “riches,” you have to work for this.

It is not promoting affiliate products or a revenue-sharing program or any other get-rich-quick, make-money-online scheme. It is writing much-needed content for small, medium and large businesses. And there’s a ton of work like this out there!

As I told Avery in the above-referenced interview, “SEO writing changed the trajectory of my freelance writing career.” It can do the same for you!

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