5 Ways to Make Freelance Clients Come to You

Pitching is exhausting, and any freelancer who tells you differently is lying to themselves to keep a smile on their face. That, or they aren't pitching correctly. Searching through job boards and scouring social media for potential clients to cold email takes time, and tailoring each pitch to fit each potential client's needs requires concentration, … Continue reading 5 Ways to Make Freelance Clients Come to You

Best Ways to Invest in Your Freelance Business

Starting a business costs money. Period. Even if it's a totally online work-from-home business. If you want your business started right, you're going to have to spend some money. I'm not talking buckets of bucks here, but you should expect to pay a few hundred at least when you're first getting started. You don't have … Continue reading Best Ways to Invest in Your Freelance Business

5 Ways a Blog Can Increase Your Freelance Income

Blogging has not only seen an upswing in popularity in the past few years, but it has also seen a shift in focus. The majority of blogs used to be almost exclusively used like a personal journal, a place to share your thoughts with others and hash out your own opinions and feelings in a … Continue reading 5 Ways a Blog Can Increase Your Freelance Income

How I Make Money Writing and Editing Books: Freelance Income Report April 2017

You might be wondering why I've jumped on the income report bandwagon recently. A question I've seen on a few online freelancer forums is, "Isn't income supposed to be a private thing?" My question in return is, why? Why should we be afraid of talking about our personal finances? Maybe if more people talked freely … Continue reading How I Make Money Writing and Editing Books: Freelance Income Report April 2017

4 Ghostwriter Client Types (And How to Work with Each)

There are very few things that are 100% standard about ghostwriting. Really, the only constant is that you're working for more money for no credit. One of the most diverse elements of book ghostwriting is the clients. While this is pretty true for any type of freelancing work, it is magnified significantly in book ghostwriting. … Continue reading 4 Ghostwriter Client Types (And How to Work with Each)

5 Things You Need to Know about Pitching Book Packagers

Spending long, fruitless hours scouring job boards for book ghostwriting work can be exhausting and discouraging. I have yet to come across a job board that has book ghostwriting as a category, which makes it very hard to do a proper quick search. If you do find a listing, you must then go through the … Continue reading 5 Things You Need to Know about Pitching Book Packagers

Pitch with Confidence, Land More Clients

This past week, I've started pitching daily again. I've got two major projects wrapping up in April, and I'm starting to get a little panicky about May because of it. I probably should have gotten back into the daily pitches at the beginning of April, but hey, hindsight is 20/20 as they say. I'm feeling … Continue reading Pitch with Confidence, Land More Clients