3 Blog Posts That Will Help You Get More Done (Mainly By Doing Less)

How often do you wish you could get more done in any one day? How often do you race against the clock to meet a deadline, or simply feel overwhelmed by your day-to-day tasks? First off, read this. Suitably chilled out about the whole thing and ready to get to work? Great. So how do…

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The Only Tip You’ll Ever Need to Become a Successful Freelance Writer

Employing the AIDA formula into your writing is the one copywriting tip you’ll really need to ‘get’ in order to survive as a successful freelance writer online. >> I went from full-time worker to full-time writer online. Find out how I – and many other writers – got started RIGHT HERE. But what exactly is the AIDA…

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What to do When… Clients Won’t Let You Use Work for Your Writing Portfolio

A short post this week to address an issue raised by one of my students recently. It was a good question, and it instantly gave me the sense that others may be stuck on the same thing as they begin building their freelance writing portfolios… The question: “I’ve just started out as a freelance writer and followed the…

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Are You Betting Your Whole Life for a Phony Future?

“The most dangerous risk of all: The risk of spending your life not doing what you want on the bet you can buy yourself the freedom to do it later…” Depressing or inspiring? You decide: If you can write, click on the link below to change your working life forever: www.udemy.com/become-a-freelance-writer-online-and-quit-day-job/?couponCode=FWO47  If you’re looking to escape…

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How I Went from Full-Time Worker to Full-Time Writer Online

It was the last day of August, 2012. She stands on the train. She always stands. Even if there’s room to sit, she stands. Why? Because she sits down all day. All day. But this day is different. This is the last time she will be crammed onto a commuter train heading for a steel…

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11 Sites Bloggers Can Get Amazing Creative Commons Images… for Free

As a freelance writer online, it’s not enough to research, plan and write amazing blog posts for your clients (or your own blog readers). You’re also expected to search for quality, royalty-free images to go with your posts. If finding the perfect images (you can legally use) has become the bane of your freelance writing life, here…

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How to Simplify Your Freelance Writing Work Day

Or: How to Work (and Play) Stress-Free Every Day… Certain realities kick in after the initial stages of making regular money from freelance writing start to wane. Suddenly, you’ve got everything you worked so hard for: You’re making your living as a freelance writer online. Perhaps you’ve even quit your day job and are supporting…

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20 Tools and Resources Every Freelance Writer Should Be Using

It’s a minefield isn’t it? The array of online tools and resources for freelance writers I mean. There’s an app for acronyms and a tool for time management, a blog for business and a guide to grammar. The problem is, we freelance writers don’t have time to sift through all the marketing jargon to unearth…

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Here’s Why You’re Not Going to Miss that Freelance Writing Deadline

Are you always fretting that you’ll miss a writing deadline? Is there an underlying anxiousness lurking behind your freelance writing business? Do you often procrastinate about starting work in case the finished product isn’t up to scratch? I experience all of these things in relation to my freelance writing business. I wasn’t consciously aware of…

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How to Give Yourself an Instant Pay Rise as a Freelance Writer Online

I’ve never published this information for free before. It’s part of my freelance writing Udemy course, and that’s the only place freelance writers online can usually access it. But! This method for getting an instant pay rise as a freelance writer online worked for me, and I figured if I share it here, maybe it will…

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