How do you find freelance writing jobs? Come check out my list of 50 marketing methods on the Make a Living Writing blog today, and tell us how you find clients!
We’ll be discussing three areas of online writing:
- How to make your blog attract readers, comments, and subscribers
- Best practices for design and content on your writer website
- How to find good-paying online writing jobs
Even though it’s a free call, we’ll be giving away prizes for the best registration questions, including a free ticket to my upcoming Webinar, 30 Design & Content Secrets to Skyrocket Your Blog (a $47 value!). Many other prizes are on tap as well.
Today on the Make a Living Writing blog, I’m letting it all hang out and reprinting my most successful query letter ever. It got me $6,000 in assignments. I used a technique I’ve had a lot of success with in breaking into new markets and becoming one of their regular writers.
Come take a look….
Today on the Make a Living Writing blog, I’m discussing how the right outlook helps you succeed as a freelance writer. I’ve turned my philosophy into my freelance writer’s manifesto.
What rules do you live by? Come join the conversation.
Spending more time on your writing and can help draw readers to your blog and keep them coming back.
Here are 40 simple tips to improve your blog posts:
Today, I’m sharing practical strategies for freelance writers who struggle with fear as they strive to sell their work.
Today, my mentee James Patterson writes about how he set a goal to try two new freelance marketing tactics to see if they would work.
Boy, did they ever.
Could your freelance writing career be improved if you acquired some of Sarah Palin’s personality traits? Join the debate over on Make a Living Writing…