Posts Tagged ‘ freelance writing ’

What to Do if You Hate Writing Queries

Feb 24th, 2017 | By
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Most professional writers get really good at writing winning query letters. They may or may not actually enjoy this type of writing, but they accept it as just part of the writer’s job. Still, query writing is the one thing that keeps so many other writers from moving ahead quickly

3 Reasons Why Most People Who Say They Want to Write a Book Will Never Write One

Feb 22nd, 2017 | By
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Almost everyone has dreams of writing a book some day. Yet for most people this will never become more than a dream. And thousands of others who do manage to START writing their book will give up midway through and never finish writing it. So Why Don’t More People Write

How To Get Started Writing

Jan 12th, 2017 | By

You like to write and you want to build a successful career as a freelance writer so you want to know… How to Get Started Writing Creating a successful freelance writing business is really just a numbers game. The more people there are who know about you and the type

Jennifer Brown Banks in the Spotlight with a New Book

Aug 16th, 2016 | By

Jennifer Brown Banks Working Writer’s Club member, and a regular columnist for the club, Jennifer Brown Banks is a contributing writer in a book for freelancers that will be published this fall by Adams Media. The Ultimate Freelancer’s Guidebook will feature a chapter written by Jennifer about becoming a branding

Become a Fearless Freelance Writer

Aug 9th, 2016 | By
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Fearless Writing As a writing coach, I meet people all the time who want to become freelance writers, but they let fear keep them from starting or expanding a writing career. The truth is, the freelance writing life just isn’t right for most people. At least not traditional freelance writing,

Six Steps to Finding Writing Jobs and Building Your Business

Jun 15th, 2016 | By
Six Steps to Finding Writing Jobs

If you want to actually make a living from your writing, and become what I call a “working” freelance writer, you need to know what to do to create a constant flow of income. Finding writing jobs usually requires several steps. Here are six steps to try: Step 1. Start

How to Succeed at Freelance Writing – Take Baby Steps!

May 23rd, 2016 | By
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Do you think you will never find a client or a writing gig that pays? Are you overwhelmed with the amount of tasks you have to do to build your career or business? Is depression taking over and making you feel like you want to give up? I was beyond

How to Build a More Profitable Writing Business Through Blogging

Feb 3rd, 2016 | By
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Any writer who has been in this industry for a while, knows all too well the feast or famine cycle. Here’s the script: one month your writing income finances a big flat-screen T.V. with fancy features. The next month, you’re surviving off Ramen Noodles, and praying for loose change under

The #1 Reason Many Writers Fail

Jan 30th, 2016 | By
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I have many new coaching clients this year and I’m excited to be working with each of them. I know that if they will take the steps we’ve created together in their individual action plans they will be successful. But here’s something interesting that I’ve learned from coaching writers for

Find Out How to Be More Productive as a Freelance Writer and Not Just Busy

Aug 8th, 2015 | By

As a freelance writer, or other type of solopreneur, you can spend hours each day doing things that aren’t really moving your business forward. Instead, these actions are just keeping you very, very busy, so you FEEL that you’re working, yet you really aren’t. In this recorded Writer’s Workshop, you’ll

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