How Freelance Writing For Free Pays
Freelance Writing Is Not Easy
Freelance writing is not an easy job. You have to spend time writing things you are not interested in because you’re getting paid, and you are always worrying about where the next gig is coming from, at least at the start. And if you’re ghostwriting, you don’t even get the credit for your writing. That’s why promotion is so important for freelance writers. It keeps your name out there and keeps the freelance writing work coming in. I’m always saying that writing for free isn’t writing for free if you get something out of it — and now I have a concrete example to show you.
Freelance Writing History
When I started freelance writing, I wrote an article called Freelance Writers — Five Reasons Why You Need A Website. Some of you may recognise it as Freelance writers — four reasons to get on the net. I didn’t get a dime for this article. It was picked up by freelancewriting.com and has been read by more than 3,000 people. It has also resulted in 120 visitors to my site in the past year. That’s 10 a month since I wrote the article.
Freelance Writing Promotion
That’s one freelance writing article. I know that’s not a lot on its own, but I have about 50 articles out there, at least 33 of them unique and all with links back to my site. That’s potentially a lot of traffic and may be part of the reason that I’m now getting more than 1,000 unique visitors a month to my freelance writing site. I am also getting Adsense money because some of those visitors like what they see. And people are starting to contact me about writing work (in fact, some of them are contacting me FOR freelance writing work, but that’s another story). My point is this, one free article has made a big difference to my profile and to the money I make from freelance writing. Why not try it yourself?