Do you feel like there’s nothing available for freelance writers except for low paying web content writing jobs?
Are you frustrated and beyond frustrated because every single client seems to want to argue about rates?
Does it seem like you’re working as hard as you can and getting nowhere?
If you answered “yes” to all of the above questions, then maybe you’re trapped in the freelance writing web.
While the Internet provides a wonderful and exciting opportunity for writers, competition can be fierce.
Typically, hundreds of freelance writers from all over the world compete for a handful of well-known and well-publicized Internet writing opportunities.
It’s a buyer’s market, and the rate that web writers get paid often reflects that.
Fortunately, there’s much more to freelance writing than creating web content. For the freelance writer with the right abilities who is willing to grow and learn, there are many more lucrative, but less publicized opportunities.
How to find higher paying freelance writing jobs is what I’ll be discussing over at Deb Ng’s Freelance Writing Jobs blog in the coming weeks. Specifically, I’ll be taking a look at writing opportunities in large companies. The first post in the series is “To Earn More, Offer More.”
I’m excited to be blogging at Freelance Writing Jobs. I’ve known Deb for a few years now, and I think that her network provides a valuable service to the freelance writing community.
I’m also excited to be able to share my many years of corporate writing experience with other writers.