Struggling to find writing jobs? Or the ones you’ve got aren’t helping you move up and earn more fast enough?
Check your boarding pass. You may need to change your travel plans.
If you’re currently on board the Content Mill Clipper, the Job Board Puddle Jumper, or the Bid Site Balloon, it’s going to take a long time to build your freelance writing career.
You might get some clips and make a little money this way. But it’s a slow, mind-numbing route plagued with too many layovers, crammed cabin quarters, and mechanical problems. And it doesn’t have to be that way.
Get off at the next stop, and ride the freelancer’s jet stream to move up and earn more. Successful freelance writers use this fast-moving current to:
- Boost productivity
- Master marketing
- Overcome fear
- Stay motivated, and
- Charge higher rates
Ready to ride the freelancer’s jet stream? Here are 17 ways to speed up your freelance writing career:
Want to be one of those freelance writers who gets first-class clients? If you’re too shy to tell anybody about your recent wins, client projects, and killer assignments, it’s time to change directions. Check out Copywriter Nida Sea’s five-point flight instructions to overcome marketing shyness to get more leads.
If you’ve been scouring the Internet for the fastest route to earning $3,000 a month as a freelance writer, your search ends here. Follow freelance writer Kaitlin Morrison’s itinerary to move up and earn more.
What’s the difference between writers who travel first class and freelancers crammed in coach? It comes down to one simple thing. Some writers maximize every minute, and others squander away days, weeks and years. Find out what first-class writers do to move up and earn more.
Ever wish you could catch a bullet train to speed up your freelance writing career? Freelance copywriter Peter Bowerman shows you how in four simple steps.
Nothing’s worse than standing out in the rain, sweltering heat, or freezing cold waiting for freelance writing clients to show up. Don’t be a waiter, be a writer. Here are 40 ways to get more freelance writing gigs.
Creative writing professor Rachel Toor has seen a lot of mishaps along the road to getting published, and has a few of her own nightmare tales to tell. Need a shot of motivation? Learn Toor’s strategies and mindset to publish six books and build a freelance writing career.
Need help getting from point A to point B fast? Smart freelance writers use this collection of apps and tools to move up and earn more.
Freelance writer Lindy Alexander took every wrong turn trying to turn her side hustle into a full-time gig. And then she discovered seven critical checkpoints to make $50K in six months. Get the itinerary to grow your own freelance writing business.
Abigail Keyes wasn’t always a freelancer. But she did learn some article writing secrets as a CIA analyst. If you want to tackle a client project and crush it from start to finish, this is how it’s done.
If you’re sick of rush hour traffic, crowded flights, and the stress of commuting, stay home and work in your underwear. Here’s how freelance writer Williesha Morris turned things around when she hit a client-finding roadblock.
If you’re the kind of timid traveler who’s afraid to venture beyond the walls of content mills, job boards, and bid sites, freelance success will always feel elusive. If you really want to achieve freelance success, you’ll need to slay your doubts to move up and earn more. Here’s how.
Ever been on a puddle-jumper flight crammed with passengers and stuck next to someone coughing up a lung? It’s a lot like trying to make a living getting paid $20 per blog post. It sucks. Fortunately, catching a ride on the freelancer’s jet stream can make the journey a lot easier. Check out the route Nicole Dieker took to become a six-figure freelance writer.
Looking for the fastest route to ramp up your freelance writing career? It’s easier than you might think. Just ask. Here’s how to find freelance work with the help of former colleagues and people in your network.
If your travel plans for freelance writing success are too complicated or you’re trying to make the journey with unnecessary baggage, it’s time to simplify. Use this three-part strategy to find better writing jobs.
Looking for some helpful advice to get more leads, more assignments, and more paychecks on your freelance journey? Follow these directions to write a letter of introduction that gets results.
Not charging enough for freelance writing work? Consider it the equivalent to the frenzy that follows when the oxygen masks drop in the middle of a Transatlantic flight. Take action before it’s too late. Here’s how.
If you want to ride the freelancer’s jet stream to move up and earn more fast, there’s more than one way to do it. But why not follow a proven path to get there instead of taking the hard way? Great freelance writing jobs are out there. Here are three simple ways to find them.
Move up and earn more
What’s the best way to move up, earn more, and find better freelance writing jobs? There’s more than one route to make it happen. But solid writing skills and consistent marketing will help you ride the freelancer’s jet stream to get there faster.
Evan Jensen is the blog editor for Make a Living Writing. When he’s not on a writing deadline, or catching up on emails, he’s training to run another 100-mile ultramarathon