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You’ve decided – you’re going to test your abilities and apply for a freelance job for the first time. You’ve already waited for too long and postponed the decision making. That annoying little voice in your head, the voice of fear, insisted that you won’t succeed. Finally, you’re ready to face the truth after crossing all levels of decision making from the voice of despair to the song of triumph.
Now, the decision has been made and you’re ready to start. But you have one massive problem. You have no idea where or how to start. It’s not enough to simply have a good will to work – some kind of an experience is of the essence when it comes to the freelance writing jobs.
In order to provide help to all newbies embarking on an independent writing career, we have compiled some great advice below that will help you along the way.
There are so many clients in need of writers it is ridiculous for any writer to say they cannot get work. You need to study the market carefully and know what to say when approaching potential clients.