Resources to Help You Become a Successful Freelance Writer

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How to Conduct Potential Client Research on LinkedIn

Are you up-to-date with the best new marketing strategies for freelance writers? Do you know how savvy writers market their services and find potential clients interested in partnering with them? Whether your answer is "not really" or a resounding "yes", let the...

5 Social Media Tips for Freelance Writers

As a writer, you can accomplish a lot by being active on social media. The various platforms are ideal for identifying potential clients, networking with other freelancers, improving your language skills and learning about innovative trends in the worlds of...

How I Landed a $6250 Freelance Writing Gig (As a Beginner)

$6,250. That’s how much I've earned from a single freelance writing gig that I landed only three months after launching my freelance writing business. How did I do it? The simple answer: cold pitching. But nothing is ever that simple, and the email exchange (which...

5 Simple Steps to Set Up Your Freelance Writer Website

A website is a must-have for every freelance writer. It gives prospective clients access to more information on you and your business. It shows potential clients that you're serious about freelance writing and it positions you as a professional. Companies often ask...

5 Ways to Add Value to Your Freelance Writing Clients

Throughout your freelance writing adventure, you'll find that consulting and writing are two essential skills every freelance writer should possess. Prospective clients often expect you to provide solutions and new methods to improve their businesses and drive more...

7 Problems Writers Face (And How to Overcome Them)

I’ve been freelance writing for less than a year. In that time I’ve noticed that there are common problems writers face (myself included). Some of these problems reveal themselves early on in writers' careers and others later on. Problems include (among others)...

4 Reasons Why Writing For Content Mills is a Bad Idea

Are you writing for content mills? If yes, you may feel like you're in a rut, especially with "SEO" content. In fact, one of the main purposes of WriteWorldwide is helping freelance writers move away from writing for content mills and low-paying jobs and develop a...

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