How many words do you write daily for your work as a freelance writer?
If you work as a freelance writer, how many words per day do you tend to write?
Hmm... it will depend on the project. Currently, I am also working as a full-time employee and tend to do freelancing only at night. I take smaller projects which require me to write between Rs 500-1000 words per day only.
I've been writing articles for years but recently got into it a lot more. I am about to launch a blog and since I am in the process I've been writing articles to add content. I typically write 2 to 3 articles a day which averages to 600-900 words per article. Sometimes I go back to old articles I wrote and update and rewrite some of the content to keep it up to date.
I really don't know what the average writer writes but I assume it matters how much free time you have to write.
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