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Monthly Archives: September 2012
This week’s writing prompt is about autumn. Does the season inspire you? Do crisp fall temperatures bring out your creativity? Imagine yourself in a coffee shop on a chilly fall day. Outside the leaves are falling, but you are cozy … Continue reading
This week’s writing prompt is about payments and finances. It’s usually the topic that makes freelancers and writers the most anxious. Get your fears out on paper and you’ll feel better. Write about your financial goals. Write about your ideal … Continue reading
So after reading Monday’s post, you might be wondering how you can convince clients to pay you per project. Paying per project is beneficial to you both, so it is worth it to offer your clients your two cents concerning … Continue reading
When I first began freelance writing I was happy to earn money way possible. I was working full-time in a cubicle job and earning money to write was exciting. After about a year I decided to begin freelancing full-time, so … Continue reading
Check out my first guest blog over at Geoff Myers’ site How to Freelance. His blog has plenty of great tips for freelancers and he was a pleasure to work with.
I’m planning a post about hourly vs. per project rates, so I thought I’d ask for your thoughts. This was not the original writing prompt for this week, but it’s been on my mind and I’d like to get to … Continue reading
Though it might seem as if the most talented writers are great at everything, especially if they have successful freelancing businesses, there are likely a few challenges beneath the surface. Often, these challenges deal more with the business aspects of … Continue reading
This week’s writing prompt is about improving your writing. One of the best ways to improve your writing is to read. The best writers are frequent readers. Write about reading. Talk about your favorite book or how you feel when … Continue reading
Recently, I decided to search for continuing education opportunities. I’m open to any subject that helps with business growth, so in addition to brushing up on writing skills, I’ve considered marketing, building websites, SEO, and magazine writing. The trouble is … Continue reading