Month: July 2014

Getting Down To the Nitty-Gritty of Guest Blogging

The blogosphere is an oasis of sorts. To avoid disorientation and to utilize the spaces and your blogging potentials fully, each blogger claims a dot, and then connect this with other dots. This is how guest blogging works: connection. It

Top 10 Practices of Successful Freelance Writers

Waking up in the morning without a boss to monitor your every move sounds like a wild idea. Honestly, it is. Unless your client requests a specific time within the day that you should be online, you will be working

How Much Should I Charge? A Guide to Setting Freelance Writing Rates and Contract

“How much should I charge for a 500-word article?” This is one of the most common questions among those who have just kicked off their freelancing flight. It is important for you to determine the right rates for all types of writing assignments

How to attract and get freelance writing clients

Landing your first client as a freelance writer might become a tedious journey because aside from having no related work, referrals or testimonial to back you up, you may also experience emotional issues, such as fear of rejection or self-doubt. But all successful

Be Keyword (and Content) Rich: A Freelance Writer’s Guide to SEO

Search engine optimization (SEO) is not subsiding. It still lingers. It still evolves. In fact, in a Bloomberg report, data from Strategy Analytics shows that the number of smartphone users globally is now beyond one billion and this may double