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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...

WriteWorldwide Reader Interview Number 3 – Bamidele Ojo

Hi WriteWorldwide readers! Today we bring you the third in our series of WriteWorldwide reader interviews. Our latest interview is with Bamidele Ojo, who's a freelancer B2B writer. Over to Bamidele ... 1) Please introduce yourself to the WriteWorldwide readers. Hi,...

5 Powerful Ways to Land High-Paying Clients

Job boards. Just hearing their name makes you feel a rush of irritation, doesn't it? But not all job boards are useless. In fact, many pro freelance writers still use them, along with several other effective ways to land clients. Without further ado, here are our top...

How to Set Your Professional Freelance Writing Rates

There are plenty of benefits to pursuing a career as a freelance writer. Huge perks like location independence, being your own boss, and the potential to increase your earnings exponentially year after year. My recent article A Freelance Writing Action Plan for...

Keep Your Friends Close … Keep Your Homophones Even Closer

Homophones can wreak havoc with your writing. These days, you can instantly search definitions of words. Without that capability, you might say things like: Or [carnival music] Let’s play, SPOT THE WRONG WORD: Miracle Max: You got any money? Inigo Montoya: Sixty-five....

Top 13 Successful Non-Native English Freelance Writers

Every day, tons of newbie non-native English freelance writers give up on their dream careers because of negative thoughts holding them back - such as, "my English sucks," I'm not good enough," and "why would they hire me instead of a native speaker?" Finding...

3 Pricing Methods for The Freelance Professional

If you’re writing for money and self-employed, you’re a freelance professional. One issue that gets discussed often in the freelance writing community is pricing. How do you price yourself so clients are paying what you're worth and you get to make a decent living at...

WriteWorldwide Reader Interview Number 2 – Carrie

To end the week with a bang, we're giving you the second in our series of WriteWorldwide reader interviews. This time we talk to Carrie, who niches in health, business, and tech writing. Carrie, take it away! 1) Please introduce yourself to the WriteWorldwide readers....

A Deep Dive Breakdown of My Winning LinkedIn Pitch

One of my very first posts when we launched WriteWorldwide was an article entitled: How to Find Freelance Writing Clients on LinkedIn (A System That Works). The article got a lot of positive feedback, and many people were surprised that LinkedIn is still such a...

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