Disclaimer: There is one referral link included at the end of this article that benefits me monetarily if you decide to use it. It rewards both of us with $10 when you successfully complete a project.
I’ll get straight to the point for those who want to do their own research: The website is called Write Label and it will reliably pay you using Stripe. I’ll walk you through the application process, how the site works, writing strategies, and why I no longer write radio ads.
Don’t let the long article discourage you. Writing radio ads is a great skill…
Whether you are looking to increase your blogging output or need to fulfill the requirements of a contract, learning how to mass-produce content is a big part of being a professional writer. Mass production allows you to take time off from writing when you need to and helps to hone your skills.
As someone who recently wrote twelve articles on April 30th [proof], I have a great strategy to churn out content. I don’t recommend writing twelve articles in a single day, but the strategy is solid for anyone wanting to batch their content.
When reading the work of your…
As a freelance writer, I’ve been relatively lucky. I started writing part-time in July 2020. I transitioned into full-time freelance in November 2020 and have earned over $15,000 from writing online since then.
I’m used to contracts, brand deals, and generous referral bonuses. However, I am also frequently approached to write articles for companies with the promise of exposure or free products.
Mind you, these are companies making hundreds of thousands of dollars in sales each year. Frankly, it’s insulting they aren’t willing to pay the people they want to promote their company.
Here’s how to respond when this happens…
My full-time freelancing career began in November 2020. Since then I’ve been earning thousands of dollars from my writing every month.
Freelancing can be unstable. It’s also highly motivating and rewarding. In my experience, here are the seven best parts of working as a freelance writer.
A while back, I wrote an article detailing my experiences with Write Label. It’s a marketing website that pays you to write radio ads, and it pays pretty well.
It has plenty of tutorials and feedback for anyone to write successfully, and I averaged $44/hour writing there.
At this point in my freelancing career…
As many of you know, I have a Fiverr account I use to offer article ghostwriting and profile review services. I have written a couple of articles about my experience with Fiverr thus far, and it’s safe to say I love the platform!
Big announcement: I’m now offering editing services! I have edited for a handful of clients over the past two months, and now I’m happy to say I’m opening the gig up for everyone at a reasonable price point.
I have some reviews of my editing hidden within my ghostwriting article gig reviews if you would like to…
I’ll save you the suspense. I cut off 8 inches of my ridiculously thick, curly hair.
You might not have hair. It doesn’t matter. We all have our own versions of the 40-minute cut.
I’ll give you a quick rundown of six easy ways to save time in your daily routine. If you can save time and make your life easier, why wouldn’t you try?
The amount of time you’ll save is determined by how complicated [or simple] your routine already is.
The term “capsule wardrobe” is overused. Instead of cutting down options, shop for options that go together. …
As a writer, I’m always looking for the best platforms to share my writing on. I write essays on two writing platforms. I like to repurpose my articles on LinkedIn and Twitter and grow my followings simultaneously.
Considering how quickly cryptocurrency is taking off, it seems reasonable to start writing on the first major “decentralized social media” network, BitClout.
Perhaps most importantly, the platform allows users to invest in creators using cryptocurrency.
You can buy “creator coins”, which give you a stake in your favorite writer (or influencer, etc.)’s career. For instance, I bought my creator coin when I started…
Excuses. We all have them, and some are better than others. Chances are if it’s a good excuse, it’s a one-time event. You can’t miss pilates because of a childcare mix-up every week.
It helps to have children for that excuse to work in the first place.
You are given a pass from an activity you don’t want to do. If you’re dreading pilates and you can’t go, that’s great. But if you’re excited about it, that excuse to no longer go isn’t an excuse, it’s an upsetting occurrence.
Are you relieved that your job is keeping you busy when…
I doubt many of you are much different than me.
People value time over money, but I don’t always make very good use of my free time. As a freelancer, I have more free time than most people, and yet I used to spend almost all of it on YouTube, eating too much food and sleeping.
Productivity culture dictates we should be working and focused on gaining money 24/7. I’ve learned you can disagree with this notion while still getting shit done.
I value my free time, but I make myself spend hours of it improving my life. It doesn’t…
I don’t know about you, but I’m a serial procrastinator. If I have to do something, I’ll wait as long as I possibly can before starting. Even if the task is self-imposed, it still needs to happen at the “right” time.
New habits begin on the first of every month, and if I miss the first, those new habits typically don’t happen. Millions of people around the world have the same idea by waiting until the new year for their resolutions.
I’m here to tell you, the right time to start is right now. …