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How often should I update my Freelance Writing Resume?

It is important to have a freelance writing resume that can be quickly forwarded to potential clients. Along with this, you must make sure your resume is perfect in terms of grammar and accuracy. And of course, it should be updated from time to time – this way you are giving out the best possible information.

Despite the fact that it is often times overlooked, it is essential that you update your freelance writing resume on a regular basis. How often you do this depends on your personal situation, the types of jobs that you are applying for, and what you are trying to accomplish.

Every time I add a new client to my list, I consider changing my resume to reflect this. Sometimes I make a change, other times I don’t – it all depends on how things play out. As you begin to consider the same, you will see what I mean. There are times when making a change just isn’t worth it. But at the same time, some things must be included on your resume no matter what needs done to make it happen.

If there are any major changes to your resume you should make them right away. For instance, did your phone number or address change? Did you recently have a book published? Anything that could greatly affect the decision of a potential client should be considered as top-notch importance.

As long as you are open to updating your freelance writing resume, nothing should stop you from making the proper changes when they are called for. Once you do this a few times you will become familiar with which updates are important, as well as those that you can overlook.

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