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What should a freelancer do first in their work day. This articles tells you how to decide and how to set up your schedule.
Anne Wayman provides some great insight here.
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How to spot barriers you’ve created between you and your next client, and how to eliminate them.
Anne Wayman outlines some poor customer service habits to avoid.
There are times a freelance writer needs to say ‘no’ to a client.
Anne Wayman gives good advice on when it's time to turn down a writing gig.
Tips on boosting client engagement online - a strategy that has worked for Sharon Hurley Hall.
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Ed Gandia's 2012 Freelance Industry Report has the lowdown on what we earn, how we feel about our careers, and marketing that works.
Good analysis from Carol Tice
50 tips for driving traffic to your content from some of the world's best content marketers.
Excellent! I'll be working my way through these for a while, especially as the links point to recent resources.
Good advice from Lori Widmer.
Here are ten cool Android apps for writers, authors, and bloggers. Improve your productivity and stay in touch with clients with these free apps.
Great list from Jennifer Mattern - I've already downloaded a couple of new apps.
This is a great tool for me !!!
Do you ever struggle to get motivated? If you'd like to know three ways I get motivated to write, market and succeed in business click here to read.
Eugene Farber gives some great advice on making yourself do the writing.
Definitely some to avoid there - which ones do you dislike most?
Sharon Hurley Hall reviews APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur by Guy Kawasaki and Shawn Welch - a great resource for writing and publishing entrepreneurs.
A fellow writer asked this question about the freelancing business: how many blog posts do I need to start generating followers and return visitors? It’s a tough question to answer.
Yuwanda Black answers some FAQs from new freelance writers.
We all read articles about how important it is to market ourselves through social media. I’ve been talking ...
Jen Stakes Roberts interviews several writers about social media.
Can you really earn enough money from freelance writing to pay the bills?
It’s a question that a lot of writers are asking–with good reason. If you look at many of the advertisements for writing jobs, the pay for many writing gigs is abysmal.
Laura Spencer asks an interesting question. My take? You can, if you're prepared to work hard; it's not an easy ride.
I was very excited to get my review copy of The Freelancer’s Bible (I love, love, LOVE reading new books) and I couldn’t wait to see whether it lived up to the promise of the name.
Ready to bid for a writing or freelance job? Professional writer and blogger Sharon Hurley Hall shares some tips.
It doesn't matter how good your offer is, if no one reads it, it can’t convert. That’s why you need to write your landing page for all types readers.
Learn how business case studies can be excellent marketing and customer relationship management tools for your business.
Some excellent points from Jennifer Mattern
With the release of the Writer’s Bootcamp just around the corner, I thought now would be a good time to publish the best round-up post I’ll publish this year.
Some great tips collated by Hector Cuevas.
Guest author Siân Killingsworth discusses the do's and don'ts of ending a relationship with your freelance copywriting client so neither party is hurt.
Some useful tips here.
Sharon Hurley Hall answers a reader question, sharing her strategies for winning new clients by promoting your writing online. (#writing Reader Question: Promoting Your Writing Online - Blog reader LC had this question about the writing busines...
When used properly, newsjacking is a subtle yet eye-catching tool in your content marketing arsenal. Try these 6 tips to help your branded content use the news.
An interesting one from Yuwanda Black - just because you CAN write a certain amount doesn't mean you SHOULD. And what you write in the early days will probably change as you get more successful - worth a read.