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General Freelance Writing  - 
 
ATTENTION! READ THIS POST AND "ABOUT THIS COMMUNITY." All posts must relate directly to helping freelance writers be more successful. This community is NOT THE PLACE TO SHARE YOUR POEM OR ARTICLE, OR TO PUMP YOUR LATEST NOVEL. This community is about helping freelance writers be more successful. Finally, all posts need to be IN ENGLISH. 
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I need a job without having to leave the house, whoever it please give me a job with a hefty income
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John Soares
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I’m a strong advocate of freelance writers earning what they’re worth, but sometimes you should give it away for free.

Why? Because giving it away for free has several potential benefits…
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Brett Dev

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Many of my friends are freelance writers in Thailand.

Should you Build your clients up before you move to Thailand or after you get here?
 
For more videos subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/28SNUac

Someone asked this great question over on my channel.

Here is my answer!

#chiangmai #thailand #digitalnomads
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Tola Adewunmi

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Living on earth requires that we must expect the unexpected and prepare for the unforeseen. (Wisdom from Myles Munroe).
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Quotes and Articles that helps writers get their work done on time.
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Kirsty Stuart

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Go on freelance writers, give yourself a pay rise...
 
I've never published this information publicly before. It's about how to give yourself a pay rise as a freelance writer online...
The following method for getting an instant pay rise as a freelance writer online worked for me and maybe it will work for you. I’d like that so here goes.
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David K. William

General Freelance Writing  - 
 
Being a freelance writer is like a huge rollercoaster ride. You will have good days and bad days. So goes life for everyone and any profession. What motivate you to still continues to be a professional writer
despite the major pitfalls of a writing career?
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Put in a nutshell. I can relate to all this, despite only having been a freelance writer for just about a year, but I love it and when you are doing what you love, even the bad days don't seem so terrible at all.
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Noemi Tasarra-Twigg

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Here's a new book we at +Freelance Writing Jobs released for writers who want to launch a freelance business while working a 9 to 5 job.
Freelance writing can be a lucrative business for anyone. You don't even need a degree to be a successful freelance writer - although writing skills are a kind of part of the job. Done right, freelance writing can serve as your main source of income. Admit...
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We are looking for a freelance writer who has been to lake Schrecksee in Germany, and is able to write 800-1000 words on it for an online adventure journal. We are paying market rate for original, quality content.
Thanks!
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I will help you! Mail me your details - Artofarticle@gmail.com
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Introduce Yourself  - 
 
Hi everyone, I'm a freelance marketing writer who finally found the time to take my own advice and get on G+. Good to be here :)
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About this community

Welcome to the Freelance Writing community! This community’s mission is to help freelance writers be more successful. We welcome all freelance writers, from beginners to experts. The Ground Rules 1. All posts must pertain to the mission of the community. 2. Understand our definition of freelance writer: an independent contractor who seeks paying work writing nonfiction for a business or nonprofit. 3. No posts about poetry or fiction or book writing/publishing. There are plenty of other communities for that. 4. You can link to your own posts, but be sure you provide solid explanation of what the post is about and indicate why it is relevant to freelance writers. Any posts that are not relevant to helping freelance writers create a successful business will be removed from the community. 5. Job postings can only be for gigs that earn freelance writers at least $10 per hour. Yes, that may occasionally include content mills, but we encourage all freelance writers to leave content mills and other low-paying clients and move on to high-paying clients. 6. Debate and exploration of different views is encouraged, but always be polite and respectful.

Sagan Morrow

Marketing  - 
 
5 steps to take if you're thinking about having an email list for your freelance business: http://saganmorrow.com/rhetorically/mailing-list-freelance-business/
Thinking you *need* to have a mailing list in order to have a successful freelance business? Well, that might not be the case. Find out why!
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Brent Jones

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Dealing with internet haters as a freelancer or solopreneur:
 
How to Deal with Trolls, Bullies & Jerks (Freelancers’ Edition)

Last year around this time, I decided to publish my take on How to Deal with Trolls, Bullies & Jerks.

Y’know, internet haters…

A year later, here I am updating this post specifically for #freelancers and solopreneurs.

It’s one thing to get into an internet argument with your friends on Facebook over stuff like…

() Whether or not +Community will ever get a movie, or
() Who is bringing what to Thanksgiving dinner.

No, nothing like that.

#sixseasonsandamovie  

I’m talking about unwarranted online aggression from assholes who are explicitly challenging your integrity and skill as a professional, or your online business as a whole…

Because when you rely on your online, service-based business to pay the mortgage and feed your family, you might be tempted to respond a little like this...

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http://brentjonesonline.com/blog/blogging/how-to-deal-with-trolls-bullies-jerks/
On the heels of winning a free copy of Jay Baer's book Hug Your Haters, I decided to chat with freelancers about how I deal with trolls, bullies and jerks.
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Michael Stover

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View writing samples, a listing of published works & powerful testimonials from well-satisfied writing partners. https://lnkd.in/bP85tT2
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Michael Baker

Writing Tips  - 
 
A new favourite blog to follow and learn from. You should check this out too!
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Ayesha Binish

Writing Tips  - 
 
 
Let's scope for betterment & write like a professional content writers,
for this read an amazing article here:
�#�ContentWriting� �#�EffectiveSkills� �#�TipsNTricks�
To become an expert SEO content writer or web content writer all you need to learn is effective and powerful content writing skills.
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Brent Jones

General Freelance Writing  - 
 
How to pitch your freelance writing services and get editors responding to you:
 
The Perfect Freelance Pitch:
How to Write the Perfect Freelance Pitch to Editors

A guest post by +eric hebert of +evolvor.

In this short post, Eric shares his top seven tips for creating custom email pitches to editors that cannot be ignored.

#freelance #freelancer #freelancing #edit #editor #pitch #gig

http://brentjonesonline.com/blog/guest-posts/how-to-write-the-perfect-freelance-pitch-to-editors/
If you find your pitches to editors are often ignored, it likely isn't because you have terrible ideas. It’s because you aren't pitching them correctly.
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Sonali Rajput

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Give a huge boost to your social media campaigns, marketing strategies and SEO techniques with our premium quality content. We have been doing pretty well to be the best content writing service in India as we offer engaging articles, blogs, social media posts and much more.
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Brent Jones

Marketing  - 
 
Embrace what makes you unique — clients will appreciate it. And no one knows that better than Evie Smith:
 
Set Yourself Apart from the Masses with Evie Smith
BETTER FREELANCING EPISODE 032

Meet +Evie Smith, the founder of Rebellious PR.

Evie has always been a little bit different... and as it turns out, that's a very good thing.

She ditched her agency day job to freelance in public relations.

In this 7-minute episode, we discuss:

() If you’re doing something for an agency, you can do it for yourself as a freelancer.

() Embrace what makes you unique — clients will appreciate it.

() Less pleasant tasks can actually become enjoyable when you’re the one calling the shots.

() Being authentic with your own personal branding helps to attract the right clients.

(*) Never burn a bridge — maintain and cultivate relationships throughout the years.

WATCH NOW:

http://brentjonesonline.com/blog/interviews/set-yourself-apart-from-the-masses-with-evie-smith/
Better Freelancing Episode 032 · Embrace what makes you unique... your clients will appreciate it! In fact, being authentic helps to attract the right clients.
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