Your online presence is important as a freelance writer. Clients want to see samples. They want to know what you can do. And when they search for a freelancer, they expect to find you in those search results. If you can’t be found, you’re missing out on opportunities. Maybe you’re thinking about freelance writing but you aren’t sure where to start. Perhaps the idea of
We’ve talked about how AI could impact the freelance writing industry, how AI can lead to plagiarism problems, and even the best way freelance writers can make money with AI. Now it’s time to explore the many different AI uses cases that could impact your freelance writing business. We’ll look at how you can use AI tools for ideation, outlining, writing, editing, marketing, and much
We’ve looked at the impact AI content could have on the freelance writing industry, ethical AI issues you need to be aware of, and specific AI writing tools you can try. Now it’s time to move on to the fun stuff. What better place to start than the absolute best way to use AI to make money as a freelance writer? If you search blogs
We’ve talked about whether or not AI writing tools are coming for your job as a freelance writer. We’ve explored some of the legal and ethical AI concerns you and your clients should be aware of. Now let’s look at some examples of generative AI tools you can test right now for your freelance writing business. But first… What is Generative AI? Generative AI is
Will they, or won’t they? That’s the question many writers and publishers face right now—whether or not they’re willing to publish AI content or use AI tools in their businesses. They have legal and ethical AI concerns. And that’s fair. Are there ways to engage in ethical AI use in your freelance writing business? Absolutely. But to do that, you first have to be aware
If you’ve followed developments around freelance writing, blogging, SEO, or technology in general in recent months, you’re aware of “generative AI.” In particular, you’ve heard about—and might have tried—an AI content tool called ChatGPT. And if you’re like many of our fellow freelance writers, you might have some concerns. Namely, is ChatGPT a threat to your freelance writing business? We’ll get to that. But first,
How would you like to earn $100 per blog post? You can earn that and more writing online if you know where to look. While it’s true the best gigs are rarely advertised on job boards, you can often find gems when you seek out ongoing writers’ markets instead. That includes a wide variety of blogs and other websites that pay writers $100 and more.
New freelance writers are full of questions. “How do I get started?” “Where are the high paying freelance writing jobs?” “Should I sign up for freelance marketplaces or find my own clients?” I hear questions like these all the time. But are they the kinds of things beginner freelance writers really need to know? To find out, I caught up with some more experienced freelancers —
I hope your new year is off to a great start. Have you run through all your basic new year business tasks yet? If not, no worries. I’m still hashing out some of mine too. Not sure what kinds of tasks I mean? Let’s look at ten new year tips and reminders appropriate for most freelance writers — things you might want to review or
Happy new year fellow writers. It’s been quite some time since we’ve talked about new year’s resolutions and goal-planning here at All Freelance Writing. Now feels like a great time. I’m a big fan of resolutions, both on the personal and professional fronts. So today I’m going to share some of my 2023 freelance writing resolutions and goals related to freelance-adjacent areas of my business.