Recently, Ibrahim Jimoh shared 9 bloggers you should follow if you’re starting a writing career. Here are 4 more blogs that offer great tips on how to start and grow your writing business.
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.
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.
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.
If you dream of a career in travel writing, you might quickly become discouraged by some of the information available on how to do so.
I’m part of a great writing group on Facebook. I love helping out with questions and sharing some of my experiences there. A while ago, someone asked if there were any tips on polishing a writer’s resumé.