I find it particularly easy to write for a B2B market. I naturally write in the more professional, second person tone that the B2B audience requires. Perhaps it’s too many years in post-secondary institutions that did it to me, but I have to work hard to write in the chatty, personal tone of a popular […]
It’s bound to happen some time in your freelance writing career: you write the best possible article you can for an assignment, but the editor just can’t see that it’s the best thing ever written, and rejects it.
Don’t worry, the editor has not rejected you, or your writing. Just that one article that doesn’t fit the exact slot she wanted at that moment.
If you find yourself writing for the same niche over and over, it will save you time and effort to build a database of information and industry sources that you can access on demand.
If you are just starting out as a freelancer, having an active presence on social media is quickly becoming an essential part of your resume. Over the last few months, I’ve been seeing more and more writing gigs that require those who apply to include their Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn pages, along with their personal […]
Every freelance writer runs into it… the urge to do something else — anything other than write. You might have a half a dozen articles to work on, a list a mile high of topics you want to research, but you just can’t get past YouTube or Facebook. Most of the time you can push […]
When you first start pursuing your goals of being a full-time freelance writer, you’ll find writing can be hard. But like any skill, writing well and quickly gets easier with practice. Start off by writing quick pieces on a variety of topics. If you don’t have an assignment to work on, go to a site […]
There are magazines and websites dedicated to B2B topics that you’ll never hear of if you don’t look. These can be great places to sell article ideas if you can take the time to understand what they need.