Education Mind Map

Mind maps for freelance writing: education mind map

 

There are many ways to achieve freelance writing success. But if you’re a MultiTalented Writer, a lot of the advice you hear probably doesn’t apply. Take “picking a niche,” for example.

MultiTalented Writers work best when they write in multiple niches. It keeps us fresh and allows us to work the way we work best: by making connections between topics.

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Under-Promise and Over-Deliver: A Real Life Example

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If you’re trying to start a career as a freelancer, you may have heard the experession “under-promise and over-deliver.” The concept is simple: state what you’ll do, and then do a little bit more. Depending on how much you want to get repeat business from the client, deliver a lot more.

I have a great example from a contributing writer who sent me an excellent pitch, and then over-delivered on her promises. With Celia Abernethy’s permission, I’m sharing her journey to becoming a contributor on multitalentedwriters.com.

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Featured Blogger: Dana Baker

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Whether you blog for fun or for pay, it’s always great to make a connection to other bloggers and writers with similar interests. That’s why once in a while, you’ll see a featured blogger on multitalentedwriters.com.

Show our featured bloggers some love by checking out their blogs and leaving a comment.

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How to Get Paid for Writing: Writing Mind Map

Have you ever asked yourself how to get paid for writing? It’s entirely possible to turn your writing into a career. The first thing you’ll need to do is choose what kind of writing you’d like to focus on.

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Starting a Freelance Writing Business? Narrow Your Focus (just in the beginning)

After sharing our guide on how to start freelance writing without picking a niche, this post might seem contradictory. If you’ve read our “who we are” page on this site, this post may seem even more out of place. But the key can be found in these words: “just in the beginning.”

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How I Made Enough From My Writing to Finally Visit My Family

How I made enough money from my writing to finally visit my family; Photo by louis magnotti on Unsplash

How I made enough money from my writing to finally visit my family; Photo by louis magnotti on Unsplash

Before I tell you how I made enough money to finally visit my family, I need to give you a little bit of background on why it was important for me to visit them in the first place. So grab yourself a cup of coffee or tea and sit back, because this is going to be a long story.

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