Experienced freelance writers often find it difficult to understand how difficult and scary this can be for beginner freelance writers.
With over 5 years of experience as a freelance writer and blogger, recognition from top publications and magazines, and having written for some of the biggest blogs online, it is very easy for me to say “okay, do this to get X result“.
Things aren’t as simple for beginner freelance writers though and I could very well, unknowingly, be suffering from the curse of knowledge.
However, what if I’m a completely new freelance writer – with no experience, no connections and no reputation – exactly how will I give myself a quick boost?
Here are some things I’d do differently if I were to start again today:
Based on popular demand, I’ve been working on the first draft of a mini ebook for freelance writers, mainly beginners, that will be titled “The Freelance Writer Success Starter Guide” (that’s if nothing changes).
I had to address the topic of how to charge clients.
While I had recently written about how to charge clients, I realized that many freelance writers are innocently making a foundational mistake, in how they determine how to charge their clients, that is keeping them broke.
I'm Bamidele Onibalusi, a young writer and blogger. I believe writers are unique and highly talented individuals that should be given the respect they deserve. This blog offers practical advice to help you become truly in charge of your writing career.