Thanks so much and I’m happy to hear you figured out why you weren’t succeed at freelance writing 🙂 As for your question, web design companies wouldn’t give you a list; you would collaborate with them. Usually the are contracted to do a site with site content and if their staff writer is too busy or not there, they may hire it out. That’s where you come into play!
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You’re welcome! So happy you found this post helpful for you living in the UK! For me, I was a stay at home mom so I didn’t work at that time. I was a bit bored with the day-to-day of taking care of twins…you know diaper changes a million times a day, and cleaning up messes just as much. I needed a creative outlet so I explored work at home stuff online and my husband told me about freelance writing and being a virtual assistant. I immediately gravitated towards writing!
I am looking for a blog post copyrighter to work for us on behalf of a recruitment client of ours. The blogs will be once a month and be based around news from within the industry. You will be sent a number of other blog articles and news which will then need to be written about, someone at the company will provide a quote/insight into the blog from their point of view where it will then be publis...

I don’t know what I’m doing wrong. Although it’s more of a marketing position, I write content two days a week for a financial advisor, but it isn’t enough to pay the bills. Maybe it’s just the area I live in but I can’t land a writing gig to save my life. And writing is a real passion of mine so it’s very frustrating. I’ll try and apply some of your tips and advice. And I feel like no matter how many emails and resumes I send out, I rarely get a reply.

I appreciate all the information that you have given us. It’s something that I have been thinking about doing and I plan on going through the different steps you have here and putting myself out there. I love writing. Even if this was only a part time thing for a while it would still be great to write for people. I read an article about becoming a blogger too and she suggested even starting out as a ghost writer. What are your thoughts on ghost writing?
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I recently came across some of your posts after searching for new ways to find and pitch freelance writing clients. While I’ve been working as a freelancer for a few years now, it never hurts to look for ways to expand my business. There’s a lot of crap out there on the Web that offers the same old suggestions for locating writing clients (usually accompanied by a heavy sales pitch to sign up for an expensive workshop). This article offered fresh ideas and unique details about the standard job sources–I was really impressed! Thank you! I am going to put some of these ideas into my business plan this month.
Thank you for the post! I’m a bit overwhelmed at the wealth of content I am about to scour on your site. Hours of learning, here I come! I received my first two clients a month ago (one from my dad who is a web developer and the other upon referral from my first client). I am serious about gaining more clients and setting out as a full-time writer, but the process of finding new clients has always intimidated me. I am excited to apply your advice. Congratulations, you just won a new “stalker.” 😉
I am a freelance artist/illustrator and writer from Germany, available for translation, editing and proofreading as well as illustration and detailed drawings. As a native German speaker and being fluent in the English language I help my clients translate their texts from English to German so they sound as natural as possible. My main translation works revolves around novels - I am an avid reader, so my orthography, grammar and style of writing are excellent. I've been drawing since I was little and have been doing it professionally since 2017 after graduating. I specialize in graphite, coloured pencils and pastels, my main topics being nature and literature. As I am currently studying Graphic Design in a correspondence course I also work digitally with a graphics tablet and Adobe Photoshop as well as Adobe Illustrator. Examples of my work can be found further down in my portfolio and on my Instagram page (@noelle_sophie_). I look forward to working with you!
Thanks Kari for this sharing. Yes, content writing skill is very much on demand especially when comes to generate traffics and SEO. You pointed out the importance of keywords research, and i totally agree with you that we need to keep the paragraph short and easy to read, last but not the least, i love it when you mentioned that content writing should always offer value to the reader :)
Defining your website’s voice and tone helps you create on-brand content. Your website’s voice is like its personality. Think about how you might describe that in a few words, such as “knowledgeable”, or “professional”. That gives an overall idea of how your want your content to sound. The tone of your website’s content may vary depending on the audience. For example, some content might be aimed at beginners, while other content might assume that the audience is more informed.
Hi there! Thanks for stopping by my profile. I am Yamini, a content strategy and marketing specialist with over five years of agency and contractor experience. I specialise in Influencer, Content, & Social Media Marketing, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest & Blog Posts for technology & design. I am an avid practitioner of internet marketing, stay up to speed with the latest trends in the space, constantly seek opportunities to improve and learn. Here are some of the services that I can offer to you: • Comprehensive online marketing strategies • Social media management • Social media marketing • Twitter & Facebook Ads • Content creation • Design • Email marketing • Sales funnel growth As your marketing partner, my objective will be to optimize your investment in marketing campaigns, create and implement effective strategies that adjust to your budget, while maximizing the desired results. If my approach resonates with your marketing vision then do not hesitate to send in a query any time. I look forward to hearing from you! Best regards, Yamini
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I recently came across some of your posts after searching for new ways to find and pitch freelance writing clients. While I’ve been working as a freelancer for a few years now, it never hurts to look for ways to expand my business. There’s a lot of crap out there on the Web that offers the same old suggestions for locating writing clients (usually accompanied by a heavy sales pitch to sign up for an expensive workshop). This article offered fresh ideas and unique details about the standard job sources–I was really impressed! Thank you! I am going to put some of these ideas into my business plan this month.

Ghost-writer needed for social media influencer who has a 200K+ fan base, this mini celebrity is looking to cater for a Middle Eastern audience. -This project is for a short E-book or possibly a series of them. -Content will be in the area of fashion/self-help/how I became successful. -Must be a good Arabic writer, however, content needs to be on a basic Arabic level. -Preferably female and UK ba...
As a university educated interior designer and with over 10 years very successful experience in high level international recruitment marketing and HR project management as well as over two years intensive online and social media experience I am now offering my work and expertise here on UPWORK. My upbringing as well as my education has been bilingual German/English, I consider myself a native German speaker and absolutely fluent in English. I was working with Fortune 500 companies consulting businesses in the retail, automotive and engineering sectors during my cooperate years as well as small business and start-up entrepreneurs. Quitting my successful cooperate world career two years ago and pursing freelancing full time has given me the freedom to combine my expertise in HR, Recruitment Marketing and Project Management with my strong passion for Social Media Marketing (and a design background is also always helpful in the “pretty” SM marketing world). I am proficient in Microsoft Office and familiar with Gmail, Google Drive, Google Docs and Social Media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest etc. In regards to frequently used systems in the social media world I have very good knowledge of squarespace, wix, leadpages, canva.com, picmonkey, mailchimp, filmora/wondershare, microsoft movie maker, webinarjam, zoom, digistore24 as well as scheduling softwares like hootsuite and buffer and course platforms like teachable or udemy. I have created copy for online ads, promotional e-mails, job ads, info brochures, CVs etc. I am experienced in writing appropriate content for blogs, fb ad, job ad, tweets, doing extensive online research as well as in designing attractive visual marketing posts, ebooks or presentations representing your brand as well supporting members in Facebook Groups. Trying to always learn more and to be up-to-date with the latest ideas and trends in the social media world I am strongly following the work of experts like Amy Porterfield, Rick Mulready, Michael A. Stelzner, Jon Morrow, Derek Halpern, Kimra Luna and many more. Services & support I offer include but are not limited to classic Social Media support and VA tasks to translations English/German, copy writing for social media or blog posts, project management, planning and set up recruitment strategies for small business, interview preps, candidate pre-screenings & support during interviews, full recruitment management as well as CV and job ad copy for the German speaking job market. I am pretty flexible with respect to working hours. Deadlines are sacred for me and I will work closely with you always trying to fulfill my client’s expectations. Many people would say that Germans are usually known for being reliable, professional, perfectionists and delivering work on time…and this German here is exactly one of these Germans. :) I do have to say that I also expect the same professional behavior and partnership from my clients. You have questions or queries? You have a business and plan to take it online to the social media world but do not know where to start? You want to get started on THAT project, that you had on your mind for so long but no time to do it all yourself? You are looking for a reliable partner to take care of your small business social media needs but do not want to hire a full time staff member yet? Then contact me NOW and let us get started!
Hey, Elna! I appreciate your input more than you can imagine. I graduated with a BFA in Creative Writing for Entertainment, and while my focus is mainly writing scripts for film and commercials, I also blog. (Mostly for my own entertainment.) Still, it’s good to know there are ways to get going. Believe me, I’ve tried. But being a graduate with two kids and no hubby makes the task a bit daunting when I’m a “lone pilot.” Thanks again for your inspiration.
There are several ways to assess website content quality. If content appears in search engines and people who find it stick around to read it, the content is well optimized, and relevant and useful to visitors. Quality content uses proper spelling and grammar, and links to authoritative external sources. You can also assess the quality of your content by checking analytics data. Pages with a high bounce rate, low time on page, or low conversion rate may have poor content.
As a blogger myself, I find it also quite hard to update regularly and momentum might be the most important rule if you want to be successful with your blog (not just on monetary terms but also if you want to be proud of your work). It goes without saying, the content must be a priority and it must be relevant to your interests, whereas writing about stuff that doesn’t hold any relevance might result in dry, dull writing and it ends up damaging the whole work. So if you see that you can’t hold up to a really tight schedule, maybe it would be advisable to downscale a little bit in order to regain momentum.
I have a lot to share with personal experience and speaking with passion from the heart about health and diet. I know lifestyle, health and diet topics are my niche, in particular veganism and raw foods. I have strong spiritual practices such as fasting, meditating, yoga etc and know there is a client base looking for writers on these topics. Are you able to advise me or direct me to clients and sites focused on these topics?
I like that you explain in simple terms how to make your content perfect for your audience and engage them. My fear is being unable to accurately target customer pain points and never turn any new leads. Although, by focusing strongly on the target audience and doing content audits can help adjust content to better fit the audience. I’m SO ready to start producing effective, targeted content that will help people while gaining their interest, and I’ll definitely be using these points as a guide. Thanks so much!
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Thanks a lot for the article. Am a journalist by profession. I was writing for major print newspapers in Kenya East Africa plus online news agencies before I moved and settled in the US in Seattle together with my family. I haven’t written since 2014. Your article comes at the appropriate time for me since I have been looking for ways to break into fulltime freelance; copy writing, web content, editing and proofing. Back in Kenya I was writing about climate change, environment, agriculture and other related topics. Now I want more of a niche area and that is why I will look at your course to start. Thank you.
I have been interested in writing extensively since a very young age, writing either poetry, novels, short stories etc. Eventually I ended up in the corporate sector writing business plans, marketing plans and various other corporate documents. But freelance writing has been in my blood, just never really had the inspiration to follow this dream of mine. I will apply your guidelines and intend to forge a new career path in freelance writing. I don’t think it would be a problem that I am living in South Africa since the internet has created a global community…
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Thanks so much for this amazing list. I am new to the “leap off the bridge” mindset that is doing freelance writing for a living. I have made my living in the past in management and small business ownership (aftermarket automotive parts store, a NAPA to be precise). I have a BA in Sociology and I have also worked in non-profit management and social work but my dream has always been to write. So after selling the business I decided to follow my dream of being a writer. I have done some blogging and have a novel I’m working on along with a few academic papers that were published while in college. I also have written curriculum for young adults that was published by a Christian publisher some years ago. However, even with some marginal knowledge about writing for a living, I found the amount of information out there to be overwhelming and much of it is people simply promoting scams or trying to sell you on their program. Your post is a breath of fresh air compared to much of the other “content” out there about freelancing. Thank you for taking the time to share

I am a first year student at college, and while I’ve always loved writing, I’ve been wondering whether I have the skills to work in freelance writing. I just got out of high school last year, and while I can write essays for school, I don’t know how I would transition to doing freelance writing work, especially since the type of writing required is so different. My main concern is that right now my writing might not be “good” enough. I don’t have any sample content to show clients, aside from academic essays. What tips would you have for starting out?
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