Tuesday, July 22, 2008

6 Ways to Increase Your Freelance Writing Income This Summer

Have you noticed that freelance writing projects are drying up now that it's summer? Are you perplexed at how hard it seems to be to bring in new clients now. The dog days of summer leave some freelance writers feeling like their wallets are being punished.

While everyone else is enjoying some fun in the sun, you may find yourself stressing about how you're going to handle the mortgage/rent payment next month. Even if things are not this dire for you (and I certainly hope they're not), here's a summer marketing tutorial for freelance writers, which is an extension of yesterday's blog post on why summer can be the best time to start a freelance writing career.

Taking the actions discussed can help you increase your freelance writing income during the slow summer months -- and beyond. I hope you find it helpful and if you do, don't forget to subscribe.

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