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Use the Internet to learn more about Freelance Writing

So, you want to learn more about freelance writing? If you are reading this blog post it means that you are online – and this is a great place to start. As you know, the internet is full of information on anything and everything that you can think of. This definitely holds true when it comes to freelance writing.

Here are three ways you can use the internet to learn more about freelance writing:

1. Read blogs and websites, such as this one. I offer a lot of information on freelance writing including tips on getting started, how to market your services, and much more. Of course, my blog is only the tip of the iceberg. There are many others that offer just as much information. While you don’t want to waste your entire workday scouring the blogs of others, when you have some time this is a great way to learn.

2. Read what others are writing. I enjoy writing sports related feature articles. For this reason, anytime I get the chance to read a story by one of my favorite sportswriters I take advantage. If you have a particular interest, find others who are writing about it and see if you can take any cues from them.

3. Find a mentor or join a freelance writing course. If you are looking for a mentor or need one-on-one help, the best place to turn is the internet. You may be surprised at how many people are willing to answer your questions if you just ask – a simple email can open up many opportunities.

To increase your knowledge of the freelance writing industry, use the internet to your advantage.

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