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How would I go about becoming a freelance writer, and making it so that it provi

  1. essiheart profile image81
    essiheartposted 7 years ago

    How would I go about becoming a freelance writer, and making it so that it provides enough of an...

    income as to where I don't need a 9-5 job?

  2. MickS profile image70
    MickSposted 7 years ago

    Write for print publications, you will earn a lot more.  I get more for one article to print than I get for many articles over several years on the internet.

  3. GioiaMulas profile image60
    GioiaMulasposted 7 years ago

    Hi, there are num eroded sites that offer the chance to get a job like that. In most sites, there are those who work and who has proposed his availability. Or you can continue to write articles. On miuo blog

    http://1000waystomakeyourworkfromhome.blogspot.com/

    find other sites that offer you this possibility. Of course, as I explained in my Hub, you can not expect to win now, a work of this kind needs to be known of his time. Generally, the first real results you only have them after 6 months. If you need further clarification you have only to ask, or read my articles on working from home and freelanceer

  4. wychic profile image89
    wychicposted 7 years ago

    Stand by for a hub...I'm going on four years as a full-time freelance writer, and am now starting to phase out some of my clients to focus on my own sites and affiliate work more. I'll try to have a hub finished either today or tomorrow detailing the path I took. I spent a while as a single stay-at-home mom, and since my husband's unemployment in the late part of last year my writing has supported the entire family. I've also never been in print, so there are plenty of other ways to make good money. No time to write it all out at the moment, but I'll have a detailed story for you either later today or tomorrow wink.

 
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