by Megan Kruse December 21, 2014 at 9:53 pm Thanks for your time!
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And they agreed on something else. “Not worrying about health insurance can also help you write” is how Solomon puts it. It takes a big stress off a freelancer to know that an employer is providing health coverage and standard benefits.
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This book is definitely a priority for any freelance writer! Very helpful - well done - I appreciate your hard work!
This is an oldie but a goodie, and they take articles aimed at a broad audience written in a breezy style. Anything related to genealogy and researching your family history should be a good topic. They do not accept personal experience stories or specific family history articles. Writers should pitch a specific story.
Range: $22K - $24K We may be biased, but it would be hard to start our list without mentioning our freelance writing job board. We try and update our job listings at least three to four times a week with writing jobs that include the name of the hiring company, links to their website, and any other applicable information. In addition to our job board, we also publish helpful articles in our Freelance Writing Tips section. There can find tips on how to handle your accounting, how to create a website to market your skills, tax write-offs for a writing business and even a listing of Paying Markets for writing submissions.
In Canada (and the States I think) you can run a small business under your own legal name and you don’t have to register it. If you were running a dog grooming business or something, you’d need a formal “business license” but even with a home-based business you may still need one, but it’s unlikely and it’d depend on your city’s policy. Even if required, I’m sure many people unknowingly skip this step and life goes on!
It’s a great list and gives people motivation to get started. Usually to make a change in life its quite scary but your post is so straight forward and well written that it makes anyone feel ready to take on the world! Thanks for this post and some of the other ones as well about freelance writing.
Tell me about some of the jobs you've held while writing poems between that time and today. I recently chatted with a colleague who told me she was using a reputable company referred to her by a BIG name in our circles, and they were charging her $5,500 for four posts per month. I asked her if they were doing all the research, coming up with the topics, the strategy, promoting the posts etc. for that price…
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