Freelance Writing Jobs Online: A Guide for Newbies Freelance writing jobs online are exactly how I got my start as a remote worker. Quick story: After years of struggling in the corporate world, I decided to quit my full-time job to go freelance. It was scary. I had never written professionally before and I had […]
About 1 in 3 workers worldwide now earns at least some of their income freelancing. You can too.
There are many different ways to find your profitable skill and market it as a service for sale. And once you're up and running, there are tools of the trade to grow your freelance business.
So, take a look around. These posts are perfect for the aspiring or newbie freelancer looking to start or expand their business.
Freelancing is fun. At least, that’s what we’re told. The freedom to choose your own schedule, working from anywhere at any time, being your own boss, and more importantly, avoiding the dreaded commute that might take too many hours out of your day. But with these perks comes a lot of responsibility. At the end […]
I’ve been a freelance proofreader for over a decade, and have loved every minute of it. In that time, I’ve had people ask me over and over “How do I become a freelance proofreader? How do I start? What if I make a mistake? What if I don’t know what to do?” They love reading, […]
So, you want to become a freelancer? Now is a great time to be freelancing! About 1 in 3 U.S. workers earn at least some of their income this way. If you’re not one of them, you’re missing out! But don’t just take my word for it. There are some well-known benefits that come with […]
Every freelancer who works with multiple clients at once has that one client who infuriates them. If you’re one of those freelancers, you probably have someone in mind right now. Someone who asks for nearly a well-researched book over the course of a week or takes every possible opportunity to weasel out of their contract […]
With about one in three of us earning at least some of our income as freelancers, it can sometimes feel a little crowded out there in the freelance world. And let’s not forget about the seemingly endless cycle of feast or famine — one week, more work than you know what to do with. The […]