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    How to be a Freelance Writer Without Experience

    First. With such a process that can easily discourage, remember this: Anyone who ever started anything, anywhere did so without experience. That said, also remember that we aren’t talking brain surgery. I don’t mean that [...]
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How to Promote Your Writing

October 20, 2019
One of the biggest misconceptions about any type of writing is the fact that if you write it, they will come. You see it on blogs all the time, where a writer feels they have [...]
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How Much to Charge for a Sponsored Blog Post

September 5, 2019
If you’ve read anything on this blog, you’re familiar with my incessant nagging to be different. To stand out. And in doing so, to not just agree to something out of fear of losing a [...]

How to Hire a Freelance Writer, Confidently

September 16, 2018
First, take a deep breath. Hiring a freelancer isn’t unlike the process of finding anyone else to solve a problem. You need a contractor, you check Angie’s List You need a rare Mickey Mouse Pez [...]

Other Resources

  • Simply put, an advertorial is a fancy advertisement. Meaning, it gets all done up, draping itself in magazine clothing, throwing on some makeup in the way of “tips,” or a nice tutorial or recipe, and [...]
  • Figures of speech are, well, figurative, not literal, and allow for creativity in explanation—culminating in a powerful communication tool that is often used for simplifying the complex and bringing life to the boring. That’s why [...]
  • What makes interviews special is that every single one is unique. Even if a person was interviewed 100 times by the same person, each sitting would offer a new nugget or valuable insight. But, that [...]
  • If I could boil down this post on getting freelance jobs as a beginner without experience, I’d be left with these four things below; my four principles, or, “4 Bes.” They sound simple on the [...]
  • What is B2B Writing? B2B writing, or business-to-business writing, is content created by one business for another business. This is in comparison to B2C writing, or business-to-consumer writing, where businesses are writing for consumers. When [...]
  • The (beautiful?) thing about language is that it is ever-evolving. We freewheelingly combine terms, create acronyms, and shoot shorthand around because it’s convenient (“LOL,” thanks, text messaging) and other times because it’s cool/funny (“Brangelina,” “Kimye,” [...]
  • PDFs The 4 BEs: Real Reasons for Freelance Success Blogs How to Be a Freelance Writer Without Any Experience (6,000 Words) Blogging Jobs for Beginners Writing Coach for Entrepreneurs? Upwork vs. Fiverr How to Land [...]
  • Now that we’ve gotten through the differences between the the analogy vs. metaphor, let’s dive deeper into one of them – analogies – and one specific thing that could be better explained by such analogies—feelings. [...]