Thinking of starting a Freelance Writing business? Here are articles to help you get started:
- How to Start and Succeed in Freelance Copywriting
- Starting a Freelance Technical Writing Business
- Growing Your Business by Outsourcing to Freelance Marketplaces
For detailed guidance, tips and advice on how to start and run a FreeLance Writing business, check out some books we have selected below:
This complete guide arms you with all you need to know to not only start your freelance writing business but to make sure it’s a success. Learn how to: • Start your business instantly and for little money • Operate your business using freelance business basics and rules • Choose your writing niche • Use your writing expertise to advertise and find clients • Increase your income by improving your writing skills and expanding your client base Start your freelance writing business today—and begin earning income tomorrow!
Learn the In’s & Out’s of Freelance Writing For a beginning freelance writer, it can be tough to know where to start, how to get your name out there, and the different avenues you can take in the world of freelance writing. Luckily, with this book, you will be able to spring into action in no time. Caleb Krieger, a veteran freelance writer, gets you up to speed by sharing the following details about the freelance writing business:
This expanded edition goes beyond advice on making a living as a business writer to include the more creative forms of writing. There are new chapters on writing and selling poems, short stories, novels, and essays, plus a new section on cartooning. Existing chapters have been brought up to date. You learn to start, run, and build a freelance writing business doing whatever type of writing you prefer.
If you’ve always dreamed of making a living as a writer, this book will take you where you want to go. Starting Your Career as a Freelance Writer, Second Edition, demystifies the process of becoming a writer and gives aspiring writers all the tools they need to become successful freelance writers, get their names in print, and start earning a healthy income from writing.
Secrets of a Freelance Writer has long been the authoritative guide to making big money as a commercial freelance writer. In this new edition, you’ll find out how to make $100,000 a year–or much more–writing ads, annual reports, brochures, catalogs, newsletters, direct mail, Web pages, CD-ROMs, press releases, and other projects for corporations, small businesses, associations, nonprofit organizations, the government, and other commercial clients.