If you're reading this, it's very likely you've gone down the rabbit hole of needing to know how to handle client revisions once or twice. OK, maybe it’s happened more than a few times. As a freelance writer, making content updates at the request of the client is to be expected; it's part of the gig. However, there's a fine, fine line between meeting client expectations with revisions and actually creating an entirely new piece of content. Knowing how to navigate this maze is both an art and a science. You'll do yourself a big favor by learning how to identify when you're in this part of the content creation process as quickly as possible.
While there is nothing wrong with maintaining a side hustle as a freelance writer, there are many aspiring full-time writers who are eager to learn how to turn a passion into a career. The good news is that it is entirely possible to become a full-time freelance writer, and the career switch can mean greater flexibility and financial agency. If you are ready to make a change in your own life, here are some tips to help propel you to a career as a full-time freelance writer.
One of the greatest advantages of being a freelance writer is the ability to pick up and go whenever you wish without having to take off time from work. Whether you’re enjoying a latte in a French bistro or listening the sounds of the surf on a sandy beach, you can work just about anywhere. To ensure nothing falls through the cracks while you’re wandering through the Mayan ruins, here are some helpful things to keep in mind.
Here at Textbroker, when you succeed, we also succeed, so we take serious interest in providing our authors with high-quality learning materials. By reviewing these lessons, taking them to heart and practicing what you learn, you will increase your odds of reaching that elusive fifth star tremendously.
For as long as I can remember, I have enjoyed writing. The first writing experience I can recall is a fifth-grade report about cats. I’m sure the teacher expected a couple of paragraphs, but I turned in a bundle of six single-spaced pages!