The post I wrote today over at BloggingTips.com, my regular Wednesday blogging gig, was inspired by yesterday's post here.
Blogging for Pay: How to Know When/If You Should Lower Your Rates
The topic is blogging rates. In yesterday's post, I answered a question an SEO article writer sent me regarding clients who wanted her to lower her rates. That post was entitled How to Respond to Clients Who Want You to Change Your Rates for Steady Work.
On the heels of that, one of my recently acquired clients that I write blog posts for requsted a lower rate on an ongoing blog posting gig. So, I thought it was a good time to share the guidelines I follow when trying to determine if /when I should lower my blog posting rates. Read this post at BloggingTips.com: Blog Posting Rates: 6 Things to Consider Before Lowering Your Rate.
What's this about? The price of the SEO writing ebook will be raised as of 4/28 (this coming Monday). Want to learn how to make some real money as an SEO writer (I routinely bill $200-$500/day)? This is your last chance to get it at the introductory rate of only $9.95. Details here.
Don't forget to check out the freelance writing job leads below.
Previous Issue. Spotlight on Multiple Streams of Income for Freelance Writers. An interview with multi-talented freelancer Shel Horowitz. Shel shares tips on how to market your freelance writing services on a shoe-string budget (he's written five books on grassroots marketing); how he created multiple streams of income (writing, speaking, consulting) and more. Subscribe to read this, and all previous, issues.
Current Issue. Spotlight on How to Make $75,000 to $100,000/Year as an SEO Writer. In this issue, I dispense the 8 keys to my success as an SEO writer. There are some definites that must gel to find success in this field. I outline them all here. And of course, it’s based on my own personal experience. Subscribe to read this, and all previous, issues.
Freelance Writing Job Leads from Helium.com's Marketplace
Note about Writing for Helium: I signed up here a few months ago. I submitted two articles just to get some search engine juice. They don't pay for articles up front like AssociatedContent.com, EXCEPT the Marketplace (you have to sign up to be eligible for these assignments).
What is Helium's Marketplace? The Marketplace is where publishers list assignments they need and writers submit them. The best one from among the bunch is chosen. I haven't take on one of these assignments, but have done some research and many freelance writers have found great success here. The pay from some is very good, usually from a low of $10 on up to $200 bucks! Not bad, IF your article is chosen. It's just another freelance writing outlet you might want to try, especially if you're just starting out. Learn about Helium's Marketplace here.
Article on Attention Deficit Disorder, 400-500 words, $10
Solutions to Abdominal Pain, 400-500 words, $20
Side Effects of Brith Control, 400-500 words, $20
Dealing with Dementia, 400-500 words, $20
What is a colonoscopy, 400-500 words, $20
What is Gout, 400-500 words, $20
Karaoke Wedding Memories, 400-500 words, $20
How to Choose an Assisted Living Facility, 400-500 words, $20
There are tons more listed there to. There are deadlines for submission, so check these listings out before they're all gone.