How to become a freelancer writter and where to sell my articles?
First, learn to edit your copy to get rid of spelling mistakes.
Second, decide what the market wants and write about it in a style that the editor believes his readers want to read. That means, if for print, buy lots of mags that interest you and beg, borrow, or steal copies of those mags that go back at least three months, analyse them for style content and affluence of readership. If for the Internet, a similar approach is required but with out the need to find old copy.
It isn't that difficult to make money freelance writing, so long as you have a niche topic. Go to places like Bukisa, Associated Content, Seed.com, etc. and start writing articles.
You must build your brand first, if you want make more money at freelance writer. You can do it by provide good article at Hubpages. When you have some reputation at Hubpages, you can go to market and sell your skills with the sample is your Hubpages. You can easy make more money if you are good writer.
by Nicola Thompson 5 years ago
Another hubber, DrMark1961 asked if Hubbing could be a full time job, which got my attention. I have always wanted to be a full time writer, and while I know that Hubpages is not going to give me a hefty pay out what with the google adsense and all that other malarkey taking chunks out (as other...
by sonykuddi 5 years ago
As per my expectation most of our hubbers are working part time here. During their spare time they write hubs but have you ever thought to post hubs full time and earn unlimited money ( because of your quality hubs) because here you do not have any boss to give you order.I do not have such plan yet...
by Robert Pfromm 5 years ago
Do you just write your articles for HubPages, or do you also use them on other content sites? Which?Do you use the exact same text, or do you change it around to make it unique? What are the advantages or disadvantages to what you do?
by John Welford 10 years ago
I'm not trying to be disloyal to Hubpages - far from it - but I have a specific request about its competitors. I am currently writing an article for a professional newsletter aimed at my fellow librarians, a profession which is getting into a tiswas about its public image. I wish to encourage...
by Spacey Gracey 8 years ago
I've spent the last 2 hours working on Squidoo lenses. I can't believe how hard it is to love one. I like to nurture my hubs, I want them to look beautiful. But I want to publish and run away from a lens as quickly as possible. I guess I just wasn't made for that platform. I feel so lucky to have...
by rachel carpenter 4 years ago
Hi! I'm excited to be here!I'll be honest I currently have a deep, dark foggy cloud surrounding me........... as I learned today that Yahoo Voices is closing. I am devastated and honestly in a complete shock. I have over 1000 articles published on there.I will start writing my NEW content...
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