Tuesday, December 02, 2008

How to Take Your Freelance Writing Biz to the Next Level

Today over at BloggingTips.com I wrote about how to use special reports to land more freelance writing gigs.

What to Put in a Special Report to Land More Freelance Writing Gigs

Just to expand on this a bit here, you may be wondering what to put in a report of this kind. It’s simple really. Ask yourself one question, ie, “What are some things that clients are constantly asking me about?”

Do a thorough manual that addresses all of these. It can be short or long. I’d suggest no more than 5-10 pages though, or it might not get read. It will not only make your freelance writing business seem more professional, it will set you apart from the competition.

Take Your Freelance Writing Business to the Next Level

Remember, marketing is a conglomeration of all of the things you do to “brand” your freelance writing business.

While I hate that term (reminds me of scorching animals), if you want to move to the next level as a freelance writer, you have to start mimicking what successful companies do. And boy, do they brand themselves!

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