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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12 Ways to Make Money With Your Writing

12 Ways to Make Money With Your Writing

Make money with your writing: it’s not only doable, it’s an awesome profession that will give you the freedom to live life on your terms. I’m making a great income from my writing, working on a part-time basis, which still allows me to homeschool my awesome kids. So it strikes me as odd when people have preconceived, negative notions of

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Why Freelancer Writers Shouldn’t Charge by the Word

Last week, we discussed why freelance writers shouldn’t charge by the hour. It’s a punitive method: the more efficient you get at your job, the less you get paid. It’s a system that punishes you for getting better at your craft, rather than reward you for doing so. And it’s a silly way to set up your business.

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Why Freelance Writers Shouldn’t Charge by The Hour

You Know how some freelance writers complain that their work isn’t valued? So they leave the content mills and start looking for their own clients, setting their own rates. And then these same freelance writers fall flat on their faces when they undervalue their own work… and they’re no better off than when they first began.

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How This Freelance Writing, Homeschooling Mom Stays Organized

How to Stay Organized When You Wear All the Hats: apps for freelance writers

I’m a freelance writing, homeschooling mom of 3 kids ages 8 and under (as of March 2018). A lot of people think I’m totally nuts trying to balance a near-full time job with homeschooling three kids. Yet others think I’m some kind of superwoman or supermom. But I’m not any of those things (OK, maybe I’m a little nuts).

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This Site Is Kind of Hypocritical… (not really)

Prior to starting this site, I had a prominent question in my head: isn’t this idea somewhat of an oxymoron? I love Barbara Sher and Emilie Wapnick‘s work, but in essence, they are promoting multipotentiality and multi-niching, while working in just one niche (from what I can tell).

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Affiliate Marketing for Writers: Partners You Should Consider

Blog Title: Affiliate Marketing for MultiTalented Writers Photo by Olu Eletu on Unsplash

This post may contain affiliate links. For our full affiliate disclosure, please click here. If you’re a blogger who would like to make a living as one, it’s time to consider monetizing your blog. There are many ways to do this, from selling your own products on your site, to selling ad space, to becoming an affiliate for products your

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Freelance Writing Terms You Should Know

Freelance Writing Terms You Should KNow

When you’re starting out in freelance writing, you can get easily confused by all the terms that are thrown around in online writing groups and elsewhere on the Internet. Sometimes, it can be a little intimidating to ask for clarification. Fear not; this post will tell you what those terms are.

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How to Get Your First Writing Sample

How to get your first writing sample

It’s a catch-22: you want to pitch a publication, but you need a writing sample. But you can’t get samples unless you pitch a publication. All is not lost: you can get your initial clip if you follow some simple steps.

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