Freelance Writing

Setting Freelance Rates: Big Clients, Small Clients, and Ghostwriting

Setting freelance rates is always tricky. And I offer different rates, depending on the client. Setting freelance rates is rarely fun. You have to find the sweet spot, which is the price that you are happy with and the client is happy to pay. Or at least the price the client is willing to pay — and …

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Happy Thanksgiving! I’m Thankful for My “Job”

This Thanksgiving, I’m grateful for an awesome “job” that allows me freedom while supporting my family. I’m thankful that I’m a writer. I’m especially thankful that I can do this from home and support my family while doing it. Of course, this sort of thing doesn’t just happen. As a result, I am grateful for …

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What’s Your Value as a Freelance Writer?

“I don’t work for chips and snacks.” — Andrea Deckard, SavingsLifestyle.com and Digital CoLab. The highlight of my year is attending the Financial Blogger Conference. Not only do I get to meet my PF blogging peers in person and have an amazing time (I act like I’m in college again), but I also learn from …

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Selling Your Writing? You Don’t Own That

One of the hardest things about selling your writing is seeing how others use it. As a freelance writer and professional blogger, I know that selling your writing is a great way to make money, no matter where you are. It’s a great location independent “job” that can potentially provide for your family. When you …

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