I love my creative writing career, and that’s why I’ve decided to share some tips on how to make it as a freelance writer.
But first, a disclaimer.
This is the first post in a series of posts I hope to be releasing over the next few months.
This post will cover everything I know about writing, writing techniques, and how to become a successful writer.
In the meantime, I’d encourage you to check out the first few posts in the series and the resources I’ve put together for you to make this dream of yours a reality.1.
Create a portfolio.
You want to be clear about your work.
And in a world of “sharing” everything, you want to know that you’re contributing to the collective conversation.
You also want to do it in a way that will inspire other writers to share their work.
So make sure you’re showing off your work with a portfolio on your website or a social media platform that will attract more attention.
For example, if you’re a writer for a company that has a website, write an introductory post about your writing style.
Then, if your company is a large business, put your work on the company’s website.
If you’re an independent writer, use your blog or a news site to make a statement about your content.
You can also use social media to showcase your work for others to see.2.
Find a mentor.
You might not be the best writer in the world, but you should have the resources to get started.
A great place to start is with a mentor who can help you out.
Find someone who’s been involved in writing a creative work and have them help you.
If they are a creative agency, ask them for help and get referrals to help you find your next project.
If not, you can also ask them directly.
Some people say they find mentors online through blogs or social media, but I have found that you can find your ideal mentor on the internet.
I found that I could use the help of my social media network on my Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn pages.
The good news is that if you are looking for a mentor, they can help with anything from writing, social media management, writing advice, and more.3.
Create content that gets shared.
You don’t have to write a book.
But you should at least have something in place to keep people coming back to read your writing.
If it’s a personal blog, create a short story or poem that you plan to share on social media.
If a book is what you’re looking for, create one that’s a short and to the point, as opposed to a big book that will take a lot of time to read.
The longer you write, the more you’ll be able to do that.
Create something simple and straightforward and write about something you care about and that you’ll share.
If your writing isn’t as great as you’d like it to be, make sure it’s something you enjoy.
I’ve created a blog post that’s about writing and what to do when you’re not having fun.4.
Use social media wisely.
There are certain platforms you can use that will help you keep your work relevant.
For instance, if it’s your job to write content for a large publication or a blog, you should always post your work there.
If that blog or publication has a social network, then make sure your content is shared there.
For small blogs, posting your content on a private Facebook group, Instagram account, or Twitter account can be an effective way to keep your content fresh and relevant.5.
Start a blog.
This sounds easy, but it’s not.
It’s a great way to build a following that will keep you relevant.
If this is your first post on a website or social networking platform, make the necessary preparations to get your content up and running.
This can take anywhere from a couple of weeks to a couple months.
If things don’t go as planned, or if you don’t get a response, check back often to see if there’s anything you can do to make things better.6.
Write your first book.
Writing your first novel is an easy way to get the word out about your craft.
And it’s also a great outlet for you as a writer.
The trick here is to create a project that will grow your writing, and then let the public know about it.
Start with a short, one-sentence description of your story and include the tag #fiction.
Then create a Facebook group or blog for your readers to discuss your project.
In addition, use a tool like Google Docs to create your first draft of your manuscript.7.
Get the word in.
Writing a book takes time and is a great place for you and your friends to share your work to see what people think.
That’s one of the reasons I’m so interested in getting my book