Mind Map Monday: Parenting

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Whether you’re a MultiTalented writer or a single niche writer, mind maps can make a huge difference in your work. I use mind maps to come up with content ideas, think about publications and companies to pitch, and even for fun daydreaming, non-work related stuff. Because mind maps have helped me greatly for the last few years, I figured I’d

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Get Paid to Write About Parenting

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5 Parenting Magazines & Blogs that Pay for Writing How many pitches have you sent so far in 2019? This year, I’m taking January to really organize myself, and February is when I’ll hit the ground running with more pitches and even more content creation. I’ve already finalized my content calendar for this website all the way to the first

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Get Paid for Writing in 2019

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Is it finally time to get paid for writing? If you’re committed to getting paid for writing in 2019, it’s time to commit to pitching publications. You can also pitch companies, but it’s always a good idea to get some bylines in publications to get a bit of social proof. Why social proof is important if you want to get

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Where to Find Freelance Writing Gigs, Part 3

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Finding freelance writing gigs isn’t always easy, especially when you’re first starting out. But with a little guidance, starting and growing your freelance writing career (multi-niche or otherwise) doesn’t have to be hard.   Make no mistake; starting any career is hard work. But the steps to get there don’t have to be hard, and finding clients should be simple.

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Where to Find Freelance Writing Gigs, Part 2

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Starting a freelance writing career isn’t always easy. There are confusing terms to learn, decisions about office space to make, budgeting and cash flow projections, and a million other items on the to-do list. But most important of all, you need to find clients. Without clients, there’s no business. And if you want to make a living as a writer, you

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Where to Find Freelance Writing Gigs, Part 1

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For anyone wanting to make a living as a writer, finding good, well-paying freelance writing gigs can be something of a mystery.  Many new writers get discouraged by the peanuts-per-word rates found on content mills and elsewhere. And whereas a handful of writers may have made good money on these types of sites (and I use the words “good money” very,

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How to (really) make a living as a writer

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You don’t even have to search for “how to make a living as a writer.” You see it all the time online, whether you search for it or not: “Get my secret sauce for becoming a high-earning writer” “Follow my step-by-step process to become a 6-figure writer” “Get my blueprint on how to make money as a writer”

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Featured Blogger: Megan Nichole of LaziMILLENIAL

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. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links.

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