With all different tasks that freelance writers have to perform to keep their business running smoothly, it can be challenging to keep all the balls up in the air. You’ll want to get some help to stay on track, and we’ve tracked down the best software to keep freelancers organized.
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Preparing a freelance writer resume is something that independent contractors can struggle with. It’s a different exercise than writing a resume for a brick and mortar job, since freelancers are dealing with clients, not employers.
Do you need some help to create your freelance writer’s resume? If you don’t want to build yours from scratch, there is plenty of help available to you online. There are a number of resume creator tools and templates that can help you present yourself to a client in the best possible way.
If you are new to freelance writing, where do you find your first client? That depends on your situation. Your options will be different, depending on whether you are transitioning to freelancing from a full-time job that involves writing or you are starting your business up from scratch. You can find freelance writing clients in places you may not automatically think of, so read on for some ideas.
As business owners, freelancers must always keep one eye firmly on their expenses to stay profitable. When you are busy and have cash available, it can be tempting to want to spend money to upgrade your office fixtures or software, or invest in other items. Do weigh out each purchase carefully to ensure that it makes sense for you and your business before you reach into your pocket.