How to get more work on a freelance basis
When I first started freelancing, I was always very picky about my content and my clients.
I was very selective in what I could do and what I wanted to do.
This led to me spending a lot of time reading and researching the freelancers out there.
I always wanted to get a lot more work done and to make my life easier.
Today, however, I am much more picky when it comes to what I get.
My work is a huge part of my life and my time.
That’s why I started writing a weekly newsletter, which is an effort to help people find freelance work.
This week, I wanted more people to read it so I created this weekly podcast.
In this podcast, I will share my thoughts and experiences with freelance work, including how to get work on the side if you’re not a writer, what to look for in a client, and more.
If you are a freelance writer, you should definitely check this out, because it’s an interesting way to find freelance opportunities in your field.
If I had to sum it up in one sentence, it would be: Don’t be afraid to work from home, because you’ll get paid more and be more likely to get paid for your work.
You can also do freelance consulting, video production, or even design work if you want.
As always, if you have any questions, comments, or corrections, feel free to leave them below.
I’m so glad you enjoyed this episode of Freelance Voice Over.
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