If you're a seasoned freelancer, chances are you made a few mistakes along the way. And if you're considering making the jump into freelance writing, you want to avoid as many mistakes as possible.
In this week's article, Glenn profiles a few "types" of writers he's seen during his years as a newspaper co-founder. Hopefully, you're not one of them, and if you do see yourself in the types he describes, you may want to change your ways. See what things you can do to avoid being the type of writer that makes editors roll their eyes in frustration.
Here is the first paragraph of this week's article:
When it comes to being paid for your writing a freelancer has to start somewhere. Unfortunately that starting place often includes many errors that draw attention to your 'new to the market' status.
To read the complete article, click here: MISTAKES NEW FREELANCERS OFTEN MAKE
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