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Which Types of Freelance Writing Projects do you enjoy?

As a freelance writer you will take on a variety of jobs. Some of them are big, some of them are small, and some may not end for a very long time. Along with the size of a project, you also have to think about what is being asked of you by the client. In other words, what is the job description?

It is important to know which types of freelance writing projects you like most. This way you can concentrate on them, and in turn have a more enjoyable time – day after day. To give you an idea of what I am talking about, some of the most common freelance writing projects include: keyword articles, feature articles, sales letters, marketing content, and website copy. Do you enjoy any of these projects? Do you have experience with any or all of them?

Don’t pass on a particular project because of how it sounds. Time after time I speak with freelance writers who are afraid of writing sales letters because of the word “sales.” They think they have to do something special. While it is true that writing a sales letter is a bit different than other types of content creation, it is something you should try if you are given the chance.

Hopefully you get to a point in your career where you can pick and choose which types of projects to take on. For now, experiment with many project types to see what you do and do not like. You may be surprised at what you find and how you decide to move forward.

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