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4 Reasons Why Grammar Police Make Terrible Writers

by Linda Formichelli The other day I received this email in response to a marketing message I sent out to my subscription list: Basic grammar forbids the use of double negatives, “…using the wrong set of skills for the wrong

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5 Ways Freelance Writers Can Earn More Without Marketing

Hands up, writers — who loves to do marketing and reach out to new prospects? Yeah. I thought so. Well, here’s a piece of good news. You can earn more without having to talk to strangers, if you have a

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The Laid-Back Method That Grows Your Freelance Business

By Daryl George Have you ever labored over writing the perfect guest post or pitch, only to be greeted by silence or rejection? Or maybe you’ve hit a roadblock, with your freelance writing business spinning its wheels while the mud

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3 Simple Ways to Find Better-Paying Freelance Writing Jobs

Do you feel like it’s a pipe dream to make a living as a freelance writer? I hear a lot of comments like this from writers who are about ready to give up on their writing dreams. They write me

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How I Found 488 Red-Hot Freelance Writing Prospects

By Ayelet Weisz What is the most urgent need for every new freelance writer? Clients. And finding them isn’t always easy. They may not have the desire or budget to hire you right at the time you pitch. It ends

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5 Steps to Take Your Freelance Writing Biz to the Next Level

By Kristen Hicks You know you’re a good writer. You meet deadlines, craft compelling copy with perfect grammar, and always behave professionally. So why are you still struggling to find work? When I started out as a freelance writer, I

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