You’re struggling to find new clients, you can’t seem to maintain a steady work flow, your social media presence is lacking…being a freelance writer is hard, but there is one major thing that can help overcome nearly any obstacle. Read to find out!
So, you want to become a freelance writer or full-time content writer, but you don’t know where to start. It seems like there’s a lot to do in order to begin and it’s a little daunting…let’s fix that.
You want to grow in your freelance writing career, but how do you get people to know what you do and how well you do it? You grow your online presence! Let’s break it all down and keep it simple.
When competition is tight, how do you stand out? I have two secret interview weapons to share that landed me a job in about two months! Will they work for you?
One of the most common questions I hear from freelance writers is, “How do I get more clients?” So I gathered ten ways on how to do just that!
You can enjoy writing your cover letter AND make it wow your potential employer. I’ll prove it! Read more to find out.
There are several key elements you can include in a follow-up email that will get your potential employer/recruiter/HR representative to notice you and provide you with some clarity on the status of your interview. Read more to find out!
So, we’re writers, we aren’t meant for website design, right? WRONG. We can totally rock our own website when building our online portfolio and I will show you how!
We ALL have moments when we feel like we’re not good enough. Low self confidence, imposter syndrome, self doubt…it can all creep inside of our minds at some point. Well, I am here to tell you that you ARE good enough if you keep working at your craft and you enjoy writing.
What’s the “About” section on LinkedIn all about anyway? Many professionals don’t take it seriously enough, but it can serve as a key differentiator from your competition if you do it right. It’s a small but powerful piece of your profile that could turn the heads of potential clients or employers.