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Answers to Common Freelance Writing Questions

This week has been a busy one for me as far as checking email is concerned. While I always receive a lot of email, it seems like this week was above and beyond. Of course, this is not a problem. In fact, I always give out my email address because I love hearing from other freelance writers, aspiring entrepreneurs, and anybody else who will take the time to touch base.

Three questions continuously pop up in my email account. I’ll never stop answering them individually, but I would also like to make the answers available to every visitor.

1. How can I market my freelance writing services? This is a topic that I talk about on a regular basis, but a question that will never go away. When it comes down to it, the way that you market your freelance writing services is up to you. Personally, I think you should try the following: cold calling, sending query letters, a blog, a service based website, and cold emailing. Chances are that if you add these things to your marketing plan you will secure some projects.

2. I am having the hardest time getting started – any suggestions? I have one good answer to this question: go for it! The more time you waste, the easier it will be for you to leave your freelance writing dreams behind. To build a successful career, you must get started. Sure, it can be scary and intimidating, but procrastinating is not going to get you anywhere.

3. Is there enough room in the freelance writing industry for me? Of course there is! Not only is the internet expanding rapidly, but there is always room to freelance for magazines and newspapers if you offer solid writing skills. Remember, there is competition in every industry. If you let this hold you back, you will never reach your freelance writing goals.

These are three of the most common freelance writing questions that are asked of me. Are they the only ones? Of course not! If you have anything else on your mind, feel free to send me an email. Like always, I’ll try to get back to you right away.

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