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Weekend Quick Tip: Do I Hire Writers?

Generally speaking, I do not hire writers to help with projects. In fact, when I take on a job I ensure the client that I will be working on the project and that I will be their main point of contact. That being said, there are times when I receive work inquiries that do not suit my needs. When this happens, I most definitely point the buyer towards writers in my network.

At this time, the work that I cannot complete is sent to members of my freelance writing course. This is just one benefit of the course, and over the past couple of months it has helped a couple of members go from hundreds per month in income to thousands.

Last week, I received an email from a potential buyer looking for a blogger for a science related site. While I have experience in this field, I had to pass on the work nonetheless. In turn, the buyer hired a member of my course. The job entails 20 posts for a total of $500 per month. This is not the biggest project, but for a newcomer to the industry, it is a nice boost.

If you want to get on my list, you will have to join my freelance writing course. Unfortunately, spots are limited and I do not know just yet how many will be available for the upcoming month. Like always, if interested, you can send me an email and I will put you on the waiting list. I should know by early this week whether or not all my current members have renewed.

There are many writers who believe in hiring subcontractors. While I do this from time to time, I try to avoid it at all costs. Instead, any work that I am not going to take on I pass to members of my course.

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