I read a lot of blog post about freelance writing but yours is the most helpful. Thank you a lot for your help. I have a bit of a problem. I would be happy if you tell me if there is a light at the end of the tunnel. So I have a masters degree in creative writing and I have a pretty good portfolio but the problem is, it is not in english. I am Bulgarian and I wonder if that would be a problem for the blogs and online magazines out there. I would be really happy if you share your opinion on the matter.
I’m 17 (living in the UK) and I really love the idea of being a free lance writer or something similar. However I’m concerned that I should have different aspirations? I mentioned it to my friend but she said that I should be thinking about a job that is a bit more stable. I still live the idea of free lance writing though as writing has always come very naturally to me. I’m in my final year of collage ( what you guys would call high school?) And I’m not sure what the most useful thing for me to do next would be. Do you have any ideas about what kind of degree I could do at university or useful stuff I could do in a gap year, or even right now? Thanks you!
Thanks so much! Yes I like warm pitching, but sometimes I have better success just using job boards. I’m a bit impatient 🙂 and have a million things on my plate so when I can, I’ll do some warm pitching. I’m finding for me, the best chance of my landing work is via referrals. Once you have those awesome clients, there’s a goldmine more clients and more money!
Hello, Everyone! I'm looking for someone who will NOT: - Duplicate another website's copy - Write in their own voice to promote themselves - Skip over fact checking - Miss deadlines - Ignore directions I am looking for someone who will - Write original content with provided keywords - Have experience writing about the topics we'll be covering - Be able to take direction and implem...
The reason is that each form of writing has its own style. News is delivered AP style, in short, informational paragraphs with the meat of the story at the top. Blogging is personable, friendly and often opinionated. Ad copy is short and persuasive. White papers are long; they describe a problem and provide the solution. But, regardless, each and every category is content, and each style writers master makes them more valuable and in demand.
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Quality readable content is key here. Google, for example, will recognize that people are leaving your site soon after arriving if they perceive that your site or blog is full of junk content. This is called "bounce rate." If your bounce rate is high, then people are quickly leaving your site. But for the sake of your business, to build your online reputation and brand, you want people to visit your site, stay for a while, and then keep revisiting over the long term.

Hello an thank you very much Elna this article was very informative and helpful. I am a writer and have been looking to use my skills to generate income. I had no clue where to start.I am happy to have came across this article. It gave me not only valuable information but inspiring motivation as well. And I definitely look forward to reading more content from you. Again thank you very much.
Writing online is different from composing and constructing content for printed materials. Web users tend to scan text instead of reading it closely, skipping what they perceive to be unnecessary information and hunting for what they regard as most relevant. It is estimated that seventy-nine percent of users scan web content.[1] It is also reported that it takes twenty-five percent more time to scan content online compared to print content.[2] Web content writers must have the skills to insert paragraphs and headlines containing keywords for search engine optimization, as well as to make sure their composition is clear, to reach their target market. They need to be skilled writers and good at engaging an audience as well as understanding the needs of web users.
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Great list on content writing. I don’t know how many times I have seen websites with content that has clearly not been proofread. Silly mistakes that either make it look like it was written by someone with English as their second or third language, or they have just published their rough draft of ideas. A bit of care goes a long way to keep readers on the page ensuring they actually make it to the final call to action.


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Fantastic article! I’ll definitely add this one to my bookmarks! Although I’m not exactly “new” to freelance writing, I have decided to make this year “my year.” My year to get off the job platform sites like Upwork. My year to make more money from freelancing, my year to pitch to clients – both locally and nationally. My year to be more successful than I have in the past. Many of the tips you shared in this post were several of the ones that I had already planned to do this year to ramp up my business. But, you’ve also added several others that I hadn’t considered! Thanks for the great, informative post!
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Ehsan is a multi talented freelancer skilled in different areas, such as: > Software Development. > Software Testing. > Software Requirement Analysis. > Data Entry. > Research. > Web Research. > Academic Writing. > Technical Writing. > Traveling Blog and Magazine Writing. > Administrative support. > Call Center Support. > Telesales and Telemarketing. > IT and Networking. > Microsoft Tools (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher, Project, Access). > Google Tools (Mail, Drive, Sheets, Forms). Ehsan formerly worked with Sonali Polaris Financial Technology Limited, a joint venture software company of Polaris Financial Technology Limited from India and the largest public bank in Bangladesh Sonali Bank Limited (SBL). The key responsibility of this role was to develop and test the core banking solution of Sonali Bank Limited using J2EE and Oracle DB. His team was awarded GEM Award for developing Any Branch Banking (ABB) of the SBL. At the later stage of his employment with the company, he was placed at the testing department for his expertise with testing, to effectively perform the test operations on the system. His employment also includes working as Junior Developer at Codes and Frames, Assistant Network Administrator at Independent University, Bangladesh and Call Center Agent at Syntax Solutions with the responsibility of telesales and telemarketing. Having a very good academic and technical writing skills, he has completed a number of projects in his academic and professional career and documented the works in a resourceful manner. His documentation and writing works include but not limited to Project Management, Software Engineering, Requirement Analysis, Report Writing on Academic Thesis etc. Skills in three different languages, English, Russian and Bengali make Ehsan a quality translator. He also possesses fluent conversational skills in Urdu and Hindi languages. Being a graduate in Computer Science, as parts of academic courses, he completed a number of projects using C++, SQL, MATLAB, HTML, PHP. He also has knowledge on Javascript, CSS, Visual Basic, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Project. Ehsan is always ready to serve his clients with all his expertise, experience and skills in a verity of fields and will be glad to deliver the best quality tasks to make the clients happy.
The most common way for people to find products or services online is to use search engines, especially Google, Bing or Yahoo. These search engines have certain criteria for giving websites more (or less) opportunity to be returned in search results. The way to obtain dependable, long term search engine optimization is to post as much quality content to your website as possible. The more unique readable text your site contains, the more logical area search engines will have to index and thus refer people to your site. More quality content means more opportunities for your website or blog to receive traffic from major search engines.
Here are a few differences between technical writing and creative writing. Technical writing is primarily factual, while creative writing draws on the writer’s imagination to create a story in different written forms. Technical writing is intended to inform and educate. For example, it may help people to use a product. In contrast, some creative writing is focused on entertainment. However, there can be an overlap, as some technical writing includes an element of storytelling to entice readers.

Creative writing has many benefits, both for writers and for people hiring creative writers. For writers, creative writing helps to enhance planning and writing skills, improve vocabulary, and create an outlet for ideas, imagination and emotion. These advantages also benefit those who hire creative writers. For example, in marketing, creative writers can easily tell the story of your company, product or service in a readable and engaging way. Creative writers can also help you write scripts for video marketing.

Website content is important because it helps you attract potential customers to your web pages via search engine optimization (SEO). Once they land on your site, the content helps people decide whether to sign up for more information and become leads. If you have products for sale, the content helps them make buying decisions, too. Website content is also a crucial component in building an online presence for your business. That’s why it makes sense to hire a professional content writer to create your website content.
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!
Ideally, you’ll have somebody to edit your writing. If you’re responsible for writing and editing your web content, don’t do both in the same day. When the writing is still fresh, your mind will automatically make up the gaps in your copy and your editing will be subpar. Instead, put it away and come back to it another day — or at least several hours later.

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In some cases, the guidance or existing copy that a content writer receives from his or her client is, in a word, awful. Many are the days that I’ve sat down to look at a wall of ill-formatted, poorly spelled, stream-of-consciousness rough copy, and begin the arduous task of editing and polishing it. It’s the intellectual equivalent of cleaning up someone else’s bedroom: you just don’t want to know what goes on in there to cause such a mess. Still, we do it, and we smile, because in the end making you look and sound good is what our jobs are all about.

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You mention starting a blog is beneficial for starting out and creating content. My initial fear is what to blog about, I have so many interests that I feel it’s hard to pick one and really be informed and educated about the subject. They include animals (2 time dog mom), hiking/outdoors (I live in the wonderful PNW) , motorcycles, travel, personal growth, all things sweet, and of coarse writing. How do I choose? Or somehow combine a couple?
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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Thanks so much for reaching out to me! I’m so happy you are thinking about freelance writing! It really is a great way to work at home! As for your questions, clients won’t be bothered if you contact them in the evening. I work with clients in the UK, Germany, Tel Aviv and more! So, what’s my time is not their time! I would suggest though to try to wake up before you work to answer emails and pitch, even if for 30 minutes in the morning.
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Thank you so much for replying, Elna! Thank you for all of the information you provide on here. Your advice and posts have given me a lot to work with during this time of dead ends instead of beating my head against the wall trying to figure out how to get more work. I’m at the point where I am down to one job while the other is communicating less and less with me so it’s making me nervous. Thank you, thank you, thank you for providing this resource! #multilingual copywriting
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