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Freelance Writing Job Leads for the Week of December 18, 2017

Even though Christmas is exactly one week away, there is still work to be done, as today’s list of freelance writing jobs highlights. So even if you only respond to one or two listings per day, whatever you do, don’t stop marketing….

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Freelance Writers: 4 Reasons I’m Glad I Embraced Cheap Writing Gigs Early in My Career

Any time you talk about becoming a freelance writer or freelance writing in general, if you want to start an “argument,” bring rate into the conversation. It gets heart rates up like no other aspect of this career. And boy, it can get ugly!…

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Freelance Writing Job Leads for the Week of December 11, 2017

I know it’s the holiday season, but there is still work to be done. And really, right now is a good time to be marketing for writing gigs because a lot of freelancers are in holiday mode….

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How I Wrote & Self-Published 40 Romance Novels in Just 22 Months

Yep, I actually did that – I wrote and self-published 22 romance novellas in just under two years. Do I recommend it? No. Do I regret it? Absolutely not! One month, I earned $3,200 – just from my romance novellas; not freelance writing projects and not my non-fiction books. Just from my little romance novels. …

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Freelance Writers: How to Live/Work Full-Time from the Caribbean (Yes, It’s Possible!)

If you’re a regular reader, you know that I’m American, but have been living and working full-time from the Caribbean (Jamaica) since 2014. I can’t tell you how many hours I spend in bars or on the beach explaining to people who are on vacation how and why I did it. …

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How to Update Old Blog Posts to Get Tons of New Site Traffic: A Step-by-Step Tutorial

The following is a guest post.

Publisher Note: Before I turn this post over to our guest poster, there are two quick things I want to say. (i) This insight on how and why to update old blog posts is excellent content marketing info to condense into a short report to use as a lead magnet to get online / SEO writing clients….

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2018 Freelance Writing Goals: Why This Should Be Your Most Ambitious Year Yet!

Do you set freelance writing goals each year? If not, you should. Doing it can literally be the key to success or failure as a freelancer. Over the last seven years, I’ve set goals five times, ie: 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016 and 2017. The two years I didn’t set them (2013 and 2014), I don’t feel that I was as productive….

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One Way to Land Lots of Freelance Writing Jobs This Holiday Season & Beyond

The holiday season can be a time of year when many freelance writers experience a lull. And even though jobs are out there, you may not feel motivated to go after them because, after all, “Nobody’s hiring; everybody’s in holiday mode,” right?…

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2018 Freelance Writing Goals: How to Set Yours & Meet Them Every Year

Now that all the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals are done, the holidays are REALLY here. Wow, another year gone almost. What will 2018 bring? I’m still working on my freelance writing goals for this year, which was quite the list, let me tell ya!…

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Freelance Writers: Here’s One of the Fastest, Easiest Ways to Build a 6-Figure Biz

Freelance writer Laura Pennington, who’s been featured on this blog tons of times, built a six-figure freelance writing business in just 18 months. She was working a job, which she admits had her living paycheck to paycheck, and she had no previous freelance writing experience; no contacts she could leverage to get a jump start….

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How One Freelance Writer Turned Her Side Hustle into a 6-Figure Business — in Just 18 Months

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

Whether you’re a parent pretty booked with clients at the moment, or working a day job, you probably have the same excuse about why you’re not out there more, marketing your freelance services: lack of time….

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SEO Writing: Questions from a Newbie about Running Out of Topics to Write On & More

Writing SEO content for a living is fun – because you learn so much about so many different industries. My friends don’t like to play trivia games with me because I know so many random facts about so many different topics it ain’t even funny. Alex Trebeck, I’m coming for you!…

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