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Do you Love to be a Freelance Writer? You should and here's why!



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Do you Love to be a Freelance Writer? You should and here's why!

Do you Love to be a Freelance Writer? You should and here

I'm guessing that not even freelance writers would want to know this. To get a view from the other side. Because as most who know about the freelance writing industry know, it can be a fairly lucrative and rewarding in several different ways. While it can be time consuming if you're a popular and busy freelance writer. As you'll mostly be writing articles for your clients and managing and juggling those clients orders and trying to get them all done within the specified time frame if there is one.

Getting lots of orders for writing work consistently all the time, even it's just a few a day or something, can keep you busy but not take up all your time and bring some extra cash in. And if you can handle that and manage it and get it all done successfully then it's all good. But you could be making many more sales and if you can manage them all successfully too then you would be making something significant.

It really depends on how much you're being paid and for what. Some clients are prestigious and if you're a good writer will value you and keep you on board for years. But in time your good work and reputation may proceed you and bag you more clients and you could end up with many orders every day and if you can manage that and keep everyone happy you will be earning some significant income from it all.

And to do that can take a lot of doing! Especially on your own or if you're the one doing all the writing yourself! Unless you outsource it again yourself but then you lose money because you have to pay them for it too. Or you could partner with someone and give them a slice or a certain amount for writing x amount of words or something or even just split the profits 50/50 or 70/30 or something. But again you wouldn't make as much money as you would doing it all yourself. That said, if you can get it done cheaper and still turn a profit and everyone is happy all round then that could be a lucrative thing if you expanded on it as it means you wouldn't have to write anything yourself but you still could anyway which means being able to handle more orders.

I personally wouldn't outsource if I was working for a big client or company. Not if they hired me for my writing skills and thought I was doing it myself. And I wouldn't want to because it wouldn't be my work. Although if everyone is happy all round then that is a model you can use as a freelancer writer and the clients happy, everyone is happy and life goes on. However some clients might even understand that you're going to outsource it and are okay with that if it's good quality still which you can check and improve upon if you need to. To give it that personalised look and sound that your samples or other writings have.

There's ways and means to everything and for everything. And when it comes to freelance article writing, there's ways and means to going about it. And for those that can manage many orders it can be quite lucrative to do. Most clients might pay say, $10 for a 500+ word expert article. Some others could pay twice or three times plus as much for the same. It depends what you're writing about mostly as some niches pay more than others based on the demand there is for that content. Examples of in demand content are things like celeb news, stories, pictures and video, latest news and details about popular and trending things. A hot example is COD: WWII which is coming out soon and lots of people are searching for that so content based on that would be in high demand.

It doesn't stop there, because it's possible to get those high paying article writing jobs and many article writers have them clients that pay them for it but they are mostly expert article writers for years and learned how to find those jobs and clients and get them. You sometimes need to have a lot of background though. As a writer/author I mean. And there's many other ways in which you can find high paying article writing jobs too. Just search in Google for "high paying article writing job" find them and start applying! Lots of people have bagged cooshty high paying jobs by just asking and applying to people and businesses.

And of course there is WordClerks! With WordClerks you don't have to do any of that as you can sell and provide your article writing services here for as much as you want to. You can specify the terms and conditions and how much you'll charge. You can do even be picky and choosy on who you work with and for. But that's up to you! I'm just saying, some writing jobs are on the strangest things sometimes or out of your depth and just too hard or too boring or mundane to want to do. Especially if you have other orders and client you have to take care of.

Do you Love to be a Freelance Writer? You should and here
And then there's that the more you do, the better you become. So the more writing you do, the more you're improving your writing skills, talents and abilities all the time. You're constantly bettering yourself and always learning new things about writing which can go on to make you into an even better writer and author too. Literally with every new content piece you write up, every word you jot down, every sentence and every paragraph you write, you're expanding your internal vocabulary from that. You're becoming a super, smarter, better, faster freelance article writer!

But that's just one or some of the benefits to working as a freelance writer on WordClerks. Giving you the freedom to make a success of yourself or just make a change in your life for the better. Do you Love to be a Freelance Writer? You should and here

Are you enjoying the benefits and the life that being a freelance writer provides?

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mildredtabitha

Yes I do love to be a writer. I like the reasons you have given and that makes me believe that I did the right thing to dedicate all my time to writing. Although I haven't reached a point where I earn a stable income from writing, I am still writing whenever I get a chance so I can gain more experience.



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mark8625

Yeah That is right. He gave a very informative statements about writing. Though sometimes writing makes people bored but to other it is something that they loved and needed them to enhance more.



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Kakashi2020

I do love being a freelance writer, not having a boss, being my own boss. But when there's a lot of work to be done sometimes, I would think that there should have been 30 hours to a day and not 24.



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galegatling

I don't really consider myself as a writer. I guess I am a, wannabe per se. That's probably because I haven't published any written projects that would really sell. Most of my articles are only published on a personal blog that I don't even promote ever since I made it. So to answer your question, nope. I haven't really enjoyed the benefits of being this so called freelance writer because I haven't got a single client ever since. Do you Love to be a Freelance Writer? You should and here



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Baburra

I honestly have never been paid to write an article, but I do generate a bit of income from my own blog, and I agree that it does feel very fulfilling. Not only because I get to sharpen my writing skills and get paid for it, but also because it serves as a creative outlet for me. Before I started my blog, I always felt very tense and on edge, but once I started writing, I became a little bit more relaxed and at ease. Additionally, now that I have started to get a bit of extra income from it, I also worry a little less because I know I am spending my time on something productive.



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rj02jogoy

Yeah! I do love to be a Freelance writer because it will pay you every article you wrote online.



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Barida

You have to start writing as long as you have the time to do so. It is only by writing that you tend to get better at becoming a freelance writer for it doesn't just happen in a day or two. Also, ask friends around to check what you've written and advise you on ways to improve as well.



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JoeMilford

Well, I already love to write, and I write all of the time anyway for this enjoyment and my passion for the written word and what it can do. Therefore, I really wanted to try to see if I could make a few extra dollars doing what I already love to do anyway. I am trying to get some work writing articles at places like Upwork, and elsewhere, but I am just starting, so it is a bit slow-going so far. I write two blogs, and I have one blog where I feature the work of other writers on a regular basis. Either way, I am going to keep working on the freelance article opportunities and on trying to monetize my blogs better to pay me a bit for all of my hard work.



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Barida

Writing for passion and enjoyment is the best way to get better as a writer. One good thing about doing so is that with time, you will improve well to the extent that you will become a pro at writing good articles for sites and blogs and getting paid as well.



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Barida

Right from the onset, I always have that desire to be a writer and when the opportunity to become a freelance write presented itself, it was too good to turn down. I mean I have always had the passion to write and writing while I earn sounds like a double bonus to me.



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JoeMilford

Barida,
I appreciate your passion for writing, and if you can convert that passion into income through freelance writing activities and gigs, then that's even better, right? I love writing too, as I have mentioned before. Finding freelance jobs which match my interests and abilities to write about though can be a bit tough. I wonder if you run into the same issues? If you are making a living just by freelance writing, then my hat is off to you! I am still going to keep at it--it is a good side project and helps here and there with bills. I would be writing anyway, so I may as well get paid for it!



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Corzhens

Depending on the line of your freelancing, you can either enjoy or be stressed. For me, freelancing is enjoyable because it is only a part time work for me. My main line is forum posting where I learn every day from the posts on the boards. And when I post a comment, it is more of a query or clarification sometimes although the main point of my commenting is also so share information.



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Kakashi2020

I agree that as a freelancer, I only write articles which has familiar subjects and I stay away from those subjects which I'm not comfortable with.



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Kakashi2020

I do agree with you that writing could be stressful or it could be a source of enjoyment. I believe that a writer should not be dictated upon instead he should take pride in his craft and choose only projects that's comfortable for him.



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