HOW TO BEGIN A Successful Freelance Writing Career

As I published to my Twitter account this morning, I am MIA for the last about a week. I was concluding an ebook I co-authored. I’ve a different one on touch that I must turn my focus on — which is in addition to my regular workload. So things are a bit chaotic around here.

Devote Time to Your Website/Blog Month: What’s this? I’ve specified March be Devote Time to Your Website/Blog month. If you have websites or weblogs that you want to begin or redesign, then specify this month to take action. I’ve learned that the only path to get things done — particularly when you’re super busy — is to set aside a definitive time for you to just take action.

  • Create social press plans and design content
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  • Someone built your site and was running it, however they can no longer run it for you
  • Schedule posts

So this month, that’s what I’m doing. I’ve two more money-making blogs I’ve been attempting to set up for ages. Additionally, I’ve been wanting to transfer this blog and its accompanying website to its one, newly designed online presence. By April 1st because it is my number 1 focus this month I am going to have all this done. This means turning down jobs, freelancing anything and work else it takes to attain this goal.

Listed below are the last four posts. Hope you enjoy them. SOCIAL MEDIA: Should You Outsource It or Not? Tomorrow I’ll post a success story from a freelance writer in England. It’s the last one that will be posted with this blog. More will observe the new one is set up once. P.S.: Where are all the freelance writing jobs? There are freelancers who make very good livings at what they love. Except where noted, no part of this site may be reproduced in virtually any manner with no express, written consent of the publisher. Violators will be prosecuted.

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I won’t review each icon because this entire area just fundamentally tells you who is being able to access your site and what they are doing after they get there. That is great for seeing how much traffic you’re getting as well as what points on your website people are departing.

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