While technology has made finding writing work and publishing your own material easier than ever, it comes with its own set of problems.
It’s common for new freelance writers to be unsure of how to find work. Having trouble finding work is even common for a seasoned writer.
Here are five ways to find freelance writing jobs that may help you.
Yesterday was no exception. In fact, Twitter users who wish to reach writers would do well to pay attention to what happened.
This is probably the number one question that other freelance writers ask me. My answer to them is always the same.
My answer is this–write for the business market. You may not get a byline, but the pay for commercial copywriting is much better than the pay for blogging or writing for magazines.
By Juliet James
Journalists, novelists and professional bloggers have it easy. They know that writing is the bulk of their job. For others, the need for good writing is not so obvious.
To most, honing writing skills may not seem like the fastest way to climb the corporate ladder. In the digital age, though, nothing could be further from the truth.
Conversational English has become the language of business and it is definitely the language of the Internet.
In this post, I’ll explain what a conversational writing style is and list some of the benefits of using it. I’ll also give you a simple test that you can use to determine whether your own writing style is conversational.