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While successful content writers seem to have an enviable life -- they work from home, make their own schedules and work as much or as little as they please -- the vast majority have a hard time making a living of it. They lack the skills necessary to succeed. Because no matter how talented they are, writing skill is simply not enough. So, if you want to become successful as a content writer, you need a full toolkit of marketable skills.
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?
Financial analyst with 5+ years experience (Industries: Commercial Banking, Food & Beverage) with strong knowledge of corporate finance, financial reporting & analyses, management accounting, etc. My academic background include B.A. in economics, M.A. in Finance, CFA level 1, F1, F2, F3 levels of ACCA. I have good communication skills and very enthusiastic and responsible concerning my job.
Thanks for sharing your story. Even though you want to be more creative, if you want to get paid for your writing as a freelance writer, you need to realize this is a business. I would rely – in the beginning – with what you are good at and have expertise in. This, for you, is health and exercise science. I would form my freelance writing business around creating health content for a client. From there you need to figure you our ideal client. This post may help you out: https://elnacain.com/blog/ideal-freelance-writing-client/ From there you can hone your copy on your writer website to attract that right client as well as market your business!
Hi Elna! Thank you for the insightful post! I am just starting out with freelancing and your article has provided a lot of useful informations! I have one question though; in order to sign up as a freelancer in websites such as Upwork or other related sites, do you have to be a US citizen? (Because I am not!) If yes, does that mean you can only apply for freelancing jobs in your own country? I hope to hear from you soon!
The content writer doesn’t just write 500 words on how great your hat shop is and call it a day; a good content writer will ensure that in addition to content being fresh, it’s also optimized for the specific keywords that are going to increase your search ranking, bringing more visitors to your site.  We understand the value of a great headline, appropriate keyword density, and keep up with current SEO best practices to ensure that the methods we’re using are the most effective.  If you’ve been seeing your search ranking sinking, a good content writer can dig you out of the hole of SEO silence.
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!
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...
Hi there, I´m looking for new projects in article writing, motivational and creative writing. As a content writer I can offer you: - Unique content for your website - Ongoing blog articles - Creative writing (short stories, children's stories, poetry, etc.) The topics I focus on are: - motivational writing (life coaching) - sports articles (especially outdoor sports) - inspiring travel writing - creative storytelling - blog posts - lifestyle articles (interior design, fashion, decor) I write in English (native-speaker level) and German (native-speaker) . I can provide English-German and German-English translation. More about me: My name is Inga, I am a professional blogger, creative and content writer from Germany. I have been living in Bali for the past four years. I graduated in English and History from the University of Freiburg, Germany. During my studies, I completed a one-year scholarship at the University of Melbourne, Australia, where I majored in Creative Writing. I am passionate about literature and writing, for example blog posts, creative and travel writing, as well as life coaching. I especially enjoy writing about surfing and other outdoor sports, as well as interior design and lifestyle. While I was travelling around Australia and New Zealand for two years, I published my first travel articles. Later on, I became involved in a university blog project about meritocracy and the expatriate lifestyle. I have been passionately building my own travel blog, germanmermaiddiary.com, since 2016. Furthermore, I have 9 years of experience as a nanny, Pre-School, Primary and Junior High School teacher (subjects: English, History; Sports/Surfing lessons). I would love to hear from you to work out how we can build success together! I am 100% reliable and available 7 days a week.
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? #multi language content creator
When you reference another website’s content, make sure you hyperlink back to that site. It’s good internet etiquette, and you’d want the same courtesy. Always cite your sources, even if you’re afraid it’ll send your web traffic to another site — and you can always choose the “open link in another window” option if you’re that concerned about keeping your traffic.
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!
This is my foot in the door and I’m following some of your other tips in order to get myself out there even more. I’m an introvert, so this is new and difficult for me. I have questioned myself countless times and am feeling a bit impatient, but I’m trying to trust the process and take it one day at a time. The warmth and encouragement that come through in your writing have helped keep me going. Thank you Elna!
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
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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 :)

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Thank you for this informative blog. This indeed enlightened a writer like me to be extra cautious as to what sites to visit. I have been writing as freelancer for barely a year now. Lately, I have been hired by a private client through a website not included in the ones you have mentioned. In just 5 days, I have written 22 articles/blogs for her but unfortunately, I was not paid. Worst, she became inactive on skype and on the site where we both are members. What disheartened me more was that I have found some of my blogs already posted online on different sites. Coming across this blog, I now have several options as to what sites to visit and what to do as well. Thanks again. By the way, I am a stay-at-home mom too.
A few other things I plan to try: 1) buying cheap advertising in some niche publications where writing services aren’t usually advertised but the need is high; 2) adding an online content store to my author’s website I’m developing, so I can sell ready-made content directly to clients (kind of like Constant Content but without the middle man); and 3) pitching to website developers who might want to offer content services as a package deal to their clients. I have no idea if any of these strategies will work, but it’s always better to do something than nothing, right?
Digital/UX writers tend to be analytically minded, and they often want data to help guide important writing decisions. Does a link or button set the right expectation for an app user? Is the copy on a web page put together with a hierarchy of information that makes it easy for a visitor to quickly learn what they want to? These are the kinds of things a digital/UX writer thinks about.
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 gone through your 20-ways to find freelance-writing job and found it wonderful for the new comer. I used to write short stories, short drama etc., some of which were published different weekly and annual imagines. I have completed my 30 years of job career in different national and international development projects in Bangladesh and now would like start my days with freelance writing jobs.
I have gone through your 20-ways to find freelance-writing job and found it wonderful for the new comer. I used to write short stories, short drama etc., some of which were published different weekly and annual imagines. I have completed my 30 years of job career in different national and international development projects in Bangladesh and now would like start my days with freelance writing jobs.
I'm a native German speaker from Germany. My core competencies are translation-work from English to German, (creative) writing in German, and audio transcriptions in German. I'm a professional and you can expect a high-quality result and fast turnaround. Please take a look at my profile to see what my clients say about my work. My professional background is in exchange work with other EU countries like Poland. We worked together with other students and our goals were to take part in a stage play about prejudices against people from different ethnic backgrounds. We also made a short movie about this topic. I've been freelancing several projects including a wide range of websites, e-mails, flyers, brochures, product descriptions ( mostly on Amazon), legal documents (e.g. Privacy Policies), data privacy, travel guides and many more. I am mostly interested in IT-related topics because my aim is to work as IT manager in areas like Silicon Valley. I am also specialized on games, video games, gaming, computer hardware, software, operating systems, and coding. I am qualified for the CertiLingua, a language certificate for excellent English work. I do not want to waste my time with games and shows and I want to make the best out of my life. That's why I hope to get as many jobs as possible. I love to do something productive because I love the feeling of accomplishing something great and the feeling of a workflow. Let's get in touch and find out if we are a good fit for each other.

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.
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