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freelance writing

How I Went from $30 – $200+ Per Article

When I just got my start as a freelance writer, I was willing to take pretty much anything clients will offer me; sometimes, this was $30. Other times, it was $50 or $80.

However, gradually and intentionally, over the years, I’ve been able to successful raise my rate per article to a minimum of $200 per article.

Surprisingly, doing this wasn’t as difficult as most people would have expected. It was very simple; so simple you probably won’t believe it was that simple.

go from 30 to 200+ dollars per article

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freelance writing

Attention Freelance Writers

5 years ago, I got my first client.

I wasn’t even technically a freelance writer then; I was definitely not looking for clients but, as a blogger struggling to earn money and make ends meet, I had to pay attention when someone offered me $100 per article.

I’d have accepted $30 – $40 per article then, but $100? I’m in!

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guest blogging

31 Words Only Dumb Bloggers Would Use in Guest Posts Pitches

By Lesley Vos

In this article you’ll learn:

  • three rules of successful guest posting
  • 31 words you better not use in your pitch
  • all nuances to remember for successful outreach

Whatever they tell you, guest blogging is still alive.

Moreover, it is healthy and wealthy; and it will be like this for a long time if you help it and use it wisely.

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freelance writing

How Much Should You Charge as a Freelance Writer?

How much should I charge as a freelance writer?

This is one question that bothers many freelance writers, and you just can’t seem to find an answer to it anywhere.

how much to charge clients

Stop Pitching Clients’ student, Clement Lim recently asked me 4 questions aimed at finding a real answer to this question, and I have decided to publish my answers here so that Writers in Charge readers can benefit.

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writing

How to Write With Clarity

Apostrophes

Love them or hate them, they affect the meaning of words so they have to be correct. An apostrophe indicates possession or an abbreviated word.

David’s bag (possession – bag belongs to David).