How Old is Too Old to Freelance

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Ever worry that you’re too old to start a new career as a freelance writer?

I’m here to tell you that there’s no such thing as being too old to follow your dreams.

Check out my latest published post at the Horkey Handbook where I share my story about taking the leap into this amazing world. You’ll be glad you did.

What if I’m Too Old to Freelance?

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How Old is Too Old to Freelance

smartphone-1987212_640

Ever worry that you’re too old to start a new career as a freelance writer?

I’m here to tell you that there’s no such thing as being too old to follow your dreams.

Check out my latest published post at the Horkey Handbook where I share my story about taking the leap into this amazing world. You’ll be glad you did.

What if I’m Too Old to Freelance?

You don’t have to be a great writer to be a successful writer

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Take a look at Elan Cain’s latest post. If you’ve ever worried that you’re not good enough or experienced enough or skilled enough to become a freelance writer, Elan provides some honest advice on what it really takes to be a successful writer.

You don’t have to be a great writer to become a successful writer

Giving Your Vision A Voice. Letme help you express your message. Visit my Contact page to get started today.

Zeroing in on Your Business Identity — What’s Your Positioning?

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Re-blogged from My.Copyblogger.com

Finding my identity as a freelance writer has been my biggest challenge. I “like” to write about a lot of different topics. However, sometimes I feel as if I “need” to write about products or services in order to fulfill a client’s requests and to earn money. What I haven’t quite figured out yet is how to do both. This post presents some insight into how to accomplish that by:

Zeroing in on Your Business Identity – What’s Your Positioning?

Take a look, follow the instructions, and let me know if it helped you more clearly determine who your real clients should be.

Your business needs to stake out a position in the marketplace — a unique spot that couldn’t be held by anyone else but you.

…the audience you serve is probably the most important, but it’s not the only element. You need to put yourself into the mix, too. Think about who you are, what you contribute, what qualities you bring, and who you do (and don’t) want to work with.

Giving Your Vision A Voice. Let me help you express your message. Visit my Contact Page to get started today.

 

4 Simple Steps to Writing a Blog Post that Floods Your Inbox with Inquiries

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Reblogged from CopyBlogger.com

Even if you’ve established a large following through your blog posts, how many of those contacts are actually clients? If you’re anything like me, you’re always anxious to make new business connections but often struggle with how to send the proper message.

Check out the “4 Simple Steps to Writing A Blog Post That Floods Your Inbox With Inquiries” to find out the secrets successful freelance writers use every day. 

Let’s check back here in a few weeks to compare notes. Ready, set, go!

Giving Your Vision A Voice. Let me help you express your message. Visit my Contact Page to get started today.

9 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Started Blogging

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Re-blog from Sue Anne at Successful Blogging

This is a useful tool for “newbies” like me and great reminders for experienced bloggers as they take their craft to the next level.

I don’t care what your background is, there is going to be something about blogging that frightens you, and that’s okay. It’s not the fear that’s relevant, it’s moving PAST your fear to achieve your goals.

The thing I had to learn over and over is that as soon as you move past your fear and do the thing that worried you so much, you realize there was no reason to worry at all.

9 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Started Blogging

Take a look, then come back and share your comments. Are these things you’re challenged with as a new blogger? What suggestions do you have that can help me take my blogging up a notch?

The Perfect Pitch Email to Get Your Guest Post Accepted

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Re-blogged from Dana Sitar at Beafreelanceblogger.com

Check this post out! I just used the tips Dana recommended and just received two new writing jobs! Thanks for the help. You can do this too. Read and share.

The Perfect Pitch Email to Get Your Guest Post Accepted

Come back and let me know how you made out with your “perfect pitch.”