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If you blog on your professional site, chances are you're hoping to land more writing gigs from your blog. And you're not alone. The marketing benefits of blogging aren't exactly a secret. That said, I often see freelancers start a professional blog only to give it up...read more
We've been talking recently about freelance writer websites and how they can help you attract prospects and convert them into clients. Today let's focus on a particular element of professional sites -- freelance writer blogs. Now, I'm not talking about...read more
In my review of David Rodeck's professional website, one of the things I suggested was to publish his freelance writing rates (or, at the very least, remove the Rates page that really only had payment terms). I've long advocated making your rates public. I've never...read more
Do you ever feel overwhelmed, and you just need to step away and take some time to yourself? Maybe you still intend to work, but you just want some quiet time away from other people while you do so you can recharge and clear your head a bit. When that happens, what...read more
Earlier this week, we went through my professional site to show you the kinds of plans you might make after conducting a content audit. Yesterday we took a look at Yolander Prinzel's freelance writer website. And today I'd like to follow up with one more site review,...read more
Latest Freelance Writing Jobs
|Date||Job Title||Category||Pay Range|
|03/23/2018||Freelance Writer / Analyst||Blogging / Web Content Writing||$100 - 250 (PRO RATE)|
|03/22/2018||Resume Writers||Other Freelance Writing Jobs||$50 - 100 (SEMI-PRO)|
|03/22/2018||Freelance Music Reviewers Needed||Blogging / Web Content Writing||$1 - 25 (VERY LOW PAY)|
|03/13/2018||Freelance Blogger Needed||Blogging / Web Content Writing||$25 - 50 (LOW PAY)|
|03/07/2018||Freelance Business Plan Writer||Business Writing / Copywriting||$100 - 250 (PRO RATE)|
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|Rich Mintzer||Ghostwriter, business writer and Award Winning Blogger||Ghostwriter|
|Adam Jones||Qualified journalist and professional copywriter||Business Writer / Copywriter|
|Len Williams||Article and blog content writer with focus on B2B and tech||Blogger / Web Content Writer|
|Brian Arengi||Journalist and Web Content Writer||Magazine Writer / Feature Writer / Journalist|
|Susan Morrow||Tech Writer Specialising in Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Compliance||Blogger / Web Content Writer|
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