freelancing

  • Types of Content Writing

    10 Types of Content Writing That Make Money (Other Than Freelance Blogging)

    Just like you can choose how you’d like your eggs for breakfast, you can also choose which types of content writing to do for a living. (I’ll take mine scrambled with a sprinkle of pepper, please. Drool.) Sure, blogging is a popular way to get started in the freelance writing field, whether it’s monetising your own blog or producing content on other company blogs. However, did you know that there’s an array of other types of content writing that you can get your teeth stuck into? […]

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  • What is Freelance Blogging? And How Do I Become a Freelance Blogger?

    When people ask me what I do for a living and I tell them I’m a freelance blogger, I’m usually met with the sound of crickets. A lot of people don’t realise what it means to blog for other companies and just how beneficial it is in the digital age. In fact, it’s one of the most successful methods of advertising nowadays for driving website traffic, email sign-ups and product sales. And for the individual, it can be a fun, rewarding and profitable career. […]

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  • Cover Letter That Wins Freelance Jobs

    How to Write a Cover Letter That Wins Freelance Jobs

    Say you’ve been applying for countless freelance jobs that seem like a great match for you. You’ve spent time working on your portfolio samples. And you’ve also put everything you have into crafting (what you believe is) the perfect cover letter. But what if it’s several weeks down the line and you still haven’t been offered a single gig? Not one? Nada? […]

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  • Freelancing Lessons

    24 Freelance Lessons I’ve Learned in 24 Months

    When I first decided to build a business, I had no idea what I was getting myself into. Sure, I guessed it would be challenging and I’d be working all hours to get things up and running. However, I had no idea there would be times where I’d be sobbing to my Mum because my because my primary client no longer had the budget to work with me. Or times where I almost threw my laptop out of my window because my web opt-in form wasn’t working. […]

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