Are you looking for a way to increase your freelance writing income? If so, you are in the same boat as the majority of writers. After all, more money is always a good thing.
There may come a time when you hit a wall. There may come a time when you find yourself struggling to increase your income on a monthly basis. In this case, you should consider expanding into additional subject areas.
You may have a niche or two that you enjoy more than others, but you should seriously consider adding more to your repertoire.
Did you know there are many industries in need of experts like yourself? For example, gambling sites are always looking for fresh content. Even if you don’t know the first thing about slots, poker, and other casino games, you can learn. Over time, you may find this to be right up your alley.
As you search for new subject areas, consider what you already know as well as what you enjoy doing in your spare time. Some people enjoy gambling, so they write about it. Others enjoy sports, so finding clients in this niche makes good sense. The more ideas you consider the more you will find yourself expanding your reach.
Increasing your freelance writing income may sound like a challenge, but if you take the right approach you will find yourself in position to do so. It may not be easy and it may not be fast, however, you will find yourself reaching your goals soon enough if you create a successful strategy.
With so much going on, in terms of client work, I have only been able to make one post or so every month. This has led to many people emailing and asking if my freelance writing course is still in existence.
I am happy to say that the answer is yes. In fact, this is one of the main reasons why I have not posted nearly as much in the past few months. I have been busy working one-on-one with many aspiring writers.
Want to join us? I have one spot open at this time. If you have any interest, shoot me an email and we can move forward from there.
Now that things are beginning to calm down, I hope that I can update the blog more often.
There is no denying the fact that I enjoy my career as a freelance writer. That being said, many people believe that it is a career path that does not require much time and effort. Of course, anybody who has ever worked as a writer is well aware that this is not the case.
As of late, I have been working 10+ hours per day. In fact, I have been working so much that I have only made one post on this blog over the last month. Most of my “work time” has gone to client projects, as opposed to my own.
Fortunately, I have been able to maintain a solid balance between my work and personal life. Despite the fact that I am working quite a bit, I am still able to spend time with my family and on my hobbies.
Although I have done a good job maintaining a good balance, I speak with people all the time who are spending so much time advancing their career that the rest of their life is nothing but a blur.
If you find yourself in this position, there is no better time than now to adjust your priorities and focus on taking your life back. Over the next few months, I hope to make a few minor changes here and there to help better control my hours.
Too much work is a good problem to have. That being said, it can lead to potential issues if not addressed appropriately.