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Guest Post – Promote Yourself as a Freelance Writer the Right Way

When you are new in the freelance business, attracting good projects seem like an impossible task. Like any regular job, it takes time for us to build our credibility in the market. Just like first jobs, landing your first freelance gig is tough. Once you have managed to grab a few assignments, it seems like[…]

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Freelancer Issue – Always in Search of Wifi

So, this post might not be too enticing for readers that find themselves in countries where wifi is freely accessible, but it’s a freelance problem, none the less. If this post comes off a bit naggy, I do apologize, but I thought it would be a good idea to highlight one of the lowlights in[…]

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Dealing With New Clients as a Freelance Writer: How to Hit the Bull’s Eye?

Starting off your career as a freelance writer can be challenging if you do not know the tricks of the trade. It takes time and efforts before you build a reputation as a freelancer and clients turn their heads to your service. The challenge is to retain clients with an effective customer relationship policy. For[…]

Guest Post – Freelance Writing Tips: From the Start

As you might have realized, I’ve been a bit missing in action with regard to my blog. But I’m back – and I mean business. This week I’m featuring a guest post by a recent freelance friend. Freelancing can be a rather lonely journey, so it’s always pleasant having a fellow writer reach out and[…]

A Day in the Life of A Travel Writer

This is a guest post by Rusja Foster

Being a travel writer was never a profession that I ever thought I’d be in, but it kind of happened accidentally. I’d always loved to write, whether it be stories, poems, essays or songs, and then later on in life I got bitten by the travel bug and somehow the two just sort of melded together. […]