The Top 12 Niche Areas For Freelance Writers

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Guest Post By Michelle Bordage A Quick Summary of the Word Niche If you are a new or semi-new freelancer, you will hear the word “niche” thrown around quite a bit and you may ask yourself, “what exactly is a niche”? The definition of this word is simply put… a subject! For example: Dogs Music Books Windchimes These are all examples of niche’s, and a Freelance writer has the wonderful … Read more

How To Write Superb Marketing Content: 7 Tips

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The majority of freelance writing gigs I perform are marketing content. The goal is to Have the reader give their contact information Entice the reader to click into an affiliate ad Or have the reader purchase something But you cannot use tactics that a door-to-door salesman, a telemarketer or one of those “wild-eyed” people standing in the center zone of the local mall use. No, excellent marketing content carries a … Read more

The Rules Of Freelancing… Written and Unwritten

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I have always been the guy that loved breaking rules… Just ask past classmates, friends, police that knew me and oh yea, the prison guards. The first to smoke a cigarette in the new school Drinking vodka in science class Painting a swastika on the sheriff’s windshield And having a buddy throw a tennis ball full of marijuana over the prison fence Breaking rules had its share of fun and … Read more

7 Top Freelance Skills For 2017 And Beyond

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When a person mentions the term freelance, they often picture a person like me… The writer. But freelance can entail many various skills. And as of late, I have taken on some other freelance contracts that are not necessarily writing oriented. They are more SEO oriented and social media related. I have done some research and found the tasks that outsourcers are seeking freelancers for. Many of these pay quite … Read more

6 Tips To Drive Your Content Higher In Search Engines

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Whether you are a freelance writer, a blogger or an entrepreneur, it is safe to say that you want to drive your content higher in search engine results. SEO is not simple, but there are some great tips and tricks that can help you take your content that is on the 5th page of Google search and drive it to the 1st page. The algorithms used by Google, Yahoo and … Read more

My Best 9 Tips For Writing Stellar Online Content

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The quality of your online content will make or break your site. High-quality content results in a better search engine ranking, which brings more organic traffic to your site. When visitors enjoy what you write and get useful information out of it, they’re more likely to come back. Whether you’re trying to build an authority site, sell products or you have another purpose for your site, stellar content is a … Read more

Contena – A Review

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I have noticed a common denominator, many sites that play the medium between freelancers and businesses needing freelancers are charging higher rates while overall rates being paid by outsourcers on these websites seem to be diminishing. To be quite honest, I seldom bid on freelance jobs at places such as Upwork and I will not work at content generation sites like Textbrokers… And don’t even mention creating an account at … Read more

The Freelancer’s Average Work Day

I decided to have a guest post from a great writer at Textbrokers. I just wanted to have an idea what his average day was like as a freelancer. I am open for other guest posts about your average day as a freelancer. Just contact me and we can discuss this. Now enjoy this post… As a freelance writer, I have the ability to craft my days in just about … Read more

Write Stories For Sales

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As a freelance writer, I am often asked by clients what is the best copy to instill buying emotions in their website visitors. The answer is always the same for each and every client that asks me that question: Tell stories! Online Course Accessible 24/7 Name one person who doesn’t like a good story; or even a bad story… People are adapted to listen to stories and to make judgments … Read more

Read Me Please

15 Tips On Getting Blog Visitors To Actually Read Your Post PhotoCanvasLand.com It can be frustrating when you see people visit your high-quality blog post only to find they stayed 30, 60 or just 90 seconds. Nobody can read that fast… Can they? As writers and bloggers, we all can face this issue. It sometimes seems that blog posts I assumed would not get readers do and blog posts I … Read more

Steps I Used For Success At Freelance Writing

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What is freelance writing success? Wow, I just watched the short intro video I made and I have suddenly realized I am getting old. But does age stop a person? Does it slow a person down? Not this guy! I have shared the story as to how I started into freelancing, but I have never shared the complete steps I used to get to the success level I am at. … Read more

Gaining More Freelance Writing Clients During the Holiday Season

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When you are making a living by freelance writing for clients, you need to make sure that you are taking every possible opportunity to gain new clients. The holiday season is a great opportunity for you to find new clients who need quality writing services. Gaining these new clients can be easy if you know the right way to address new clients. Building a portfolio can be very important when … Read more

The Ethical Freelance Writer

13 Musts With more and more people becoming freelancers and the majority taking on freelance writing for blogs and websites, I have discovered that a vast percentage of these writers have never formally been taught proper writing ethics. Just as journalists must use ethical means, so should freelance writers. As a matter of fact, if a freelance writer will follow the journalist’s code of ethics, they will be well respected. … Read more

Scanners, Readers, Bouncers & Dreamers

Why won’t they just read my whole article? So you have written what you believe is the perfect article or blog post. You read it one more time with a smile and hit publish. You just have that feeling this article will go viral. You look at the statistics 3 days later and see that you have had 47 visitors and 19 of them bounced away from your article within … Read more

Where Is Greg?

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Have you been curious where Greg is? Well, I have been quite swamped with freelancing work. That is a good thing. But my blog has suffered because of it. So let me get you up-to-date with my work and how you can benefit. Greg has just published a new book that can help you Did you see the picture? That is my newest published book. Learn to write faster and … Read more

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