Before you started your copywriting business, you dreamt of typing away on a veranda somewhere in the sun with a mojito at your side. You’d step away every few hours for a quick dip in the pool and a refresh. But it didn’t quite turn out like that. If your business is causing you pain… Read more →
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5 Reasons Hiring Freelance Writers is Worth the Money
A great copywriter can turn a dull piece of writing into something captivating – something that truly captures your brand’s tone of voice. If you’re serious about making an impression on your customers, there are several reasons for hiring a skilled writer.
Top Tips for Putting Together a Successful Freelance Portfolio
A well-assembled portfolio is an essential marketing tool for any successful freelancer. But how do you ensure that what you put together will attract, rather than deter, new business? Here are a few actionable tips to help make your portfolio the string in your bow for landing high-value clients today. Although these tips are optimized… Read more →
7 Practical Tips to Start Freelance Writing as a College Student
Want to start freelance writing as a college student? Here are 7 practical tips which will teach you how to get your foot in the door.
15 Marketplaces to Publish Your Poetry
Since there are hundreds of publications in the US and abroad that publish poetry, finding the perfect fit for your verses may seem a bit overwhelming. If you’ve been writing and submitting for a while now, then you already have a list of publications on-hand. If you’re yet to publish your first poem or collection… Read more →
How to Write the Perfect Article Pitch
Submitting your article ideas to an editor might feel like an overwhelming task. I like to simplify it by thinking that writing is similar to selling a product. You’ve just got to know how to market it! If that feels overwhelming, don’t worry. Here are some tips on how to write article summaries
How to Set Your Freelance Writing Rates
Many individuals who lack writing skills drive down rates, way below what professional writers can rightfully charge. Here’s how to set yours high.