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Many freelancers today, even those at the top, have no formal education—just years of working in the trenches to learn what makes content effective. With content mills making the barrier to entry low for writers, how can you stand out from the crowd if you don’t have experience? This is where certifications can help. Read about six online options to build your credentials.
Four years into my professional content marketing career, and a year into running a joint venture agency, it has finally dawned on me. How well an article is written is trumped EVERY SINGLE TIME by the quality of the promotion tactics backing it. Before your pencil-gnashing breaks that thing in two – let me explain!
As a writer, finding paying jobs is likely the most difficult job of all. The solution? The cold pitch.
With mobile and voice device usage increasing, answering customers’ questions is the key to relevancy. Here are some tips on sourcing the best questions to answer.
As creatives, writers are more susceptible than most to needing downtime to replenish and refill our brains with fodder for the mill. Let’s face it—you don’t get your best ideas staring at your computer screen. More than likely, an amazing idea pops into your head in the shower, on a walk through the woods, or while playing with your dog. It’s those times when we’re not actively thinking that our brains put together new ideas in astounding ways.
Attracting and keeping clients can make or break a freelancer's career. Fortunately, the advent of PPC marketing has made it easier for freelancers to find their ideal clients.
Here at ProWritingAid, we have discovered that our editing tool catches the same words over and over again! Even the best writers have those words that they just can’t seem to get right.
Here are a few tips to help you build a portfolio that maintains your ghostwriting clients’ confidentiality while still proving your abilities.