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30-Day Cold Pitching Challenge: My Strategy Revealed

Abraham Lincoln famously said, “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the ax.” This Lincoln quote makes one thing very clear: effort alone is not enough to succeed in any endeavor. You also have to be smart and strategic. As we gear up to start the 30-day cold pitching challenge, where the focus is on cold pitching businesses and corporate clients, the importance of having the right strategy cannot be overstated. With the right strategy, you can get im...
Tags: Google, Lincoln, Freelance, HubSpot, Abraham Lincoln, Healthcare Wellness Telecommunications


Announcing the 30-Day Cold Pitching Challenge

I’ve been a freelance writer for about a decade now, and I’ve been teaching people how to make a living writing for about eight years. While I’ve achieved quite a bit within this period, one of the achievements I am most proud of is the success of the Earn Your First $1,000 as a Freelance Writer challenge that I launched four years ago. The goal of the challenge was simple: I’ll act as a beginner in an entirely different niche, with a pseudonym and without using my network or existing resources...
Tags: Jp Morgan Chase, Freelance, Pfizer Stryker, Nick Darlington, Amos Onwukwe, Tolulope Ajiboye, NBCNews Health, Richard Rhys Rowlands, Nicholas Godwin, Charge Facebook


The Writers' Co-op is a great new podcast about how to make your freelance writing career work

I've worked with Jenni Gritters at several media companies now, including Upworthy and Wirecutter, and I have no qualms saying that she is probably the best editor I've ever worked with. As such, I can't say I was surprised when I learned that she pulled in $120,000 in her first year as a full-time freelancer. Jenni is certainly a hustler, but she's a gracious soul who's eager to share advice and help others to succeed as well (even if that means setting timers for me to indulge my weird ADHD re...
Tags: Freelancing, Post, News, The Writing Life, Writing Tools, Freelance, Upworthy, Jenni, Wirecutter, Professionals, Jenni Gritters, Science Writing, Susan Valot, Writing Courses, The Writer's Co-op, Wudan Yan


5 ways to get the word out about your new side hustle

If you want to attract customers, then you'll need to be proactive about telling the world what makes your products or services special.It's hard to point to just one issue that's holding 89 percent of people with side businesses back from earning more than $1,000 per month, but failure to drum up significant demand likely plays a significant role. To start, you'd do well to experiment with social media marketing, maximizing customer reviews, receiving referrals, making the most of the marketing...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Business, Pinterest, Instagram, Steve Jobs, Marketing, Facebook Messenger, Innovation, Tripadvisor, Freelance, Gig Economy, Side Hustle, WiseStamp


How to Stay Financially Afloat During the Coronavirus Pandemic

By Brian Kantor If you’ve found yourself furloughed or unemployed due to COVID-19, or if your startup, small business, or side hustle trajectory has taken a harsh 180 in this new stay-at-home economy, this article is for you. As the founder of Pour My Party, I am always interacting with current and potential vendors and partners as I work to grow our business. Not surprisingly, I’ve gotten tons of messages and bounce backs alerting me that my contact is no longer there or has been temporarily re...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Personal Finance, Facebook, California, New York City, Sales, Economy, Brooklyn, United States, Brian, Career Advice, Freelance, Cnbc, New Job, Upwork


4 Mistakes To Avoid In Your First Year Of Freelancing

Freelancing offers you the freedom and autonomy that you could only dream of in a salaried job. It offers you the chance to be your own boss, decide your own working hours and how you spend each working day.
Tags: Freelancing, Jobs, Career Advice, Freelance


One Health Advantage of Work Autonomy and Control May be Less Risk of Dying

Independent workers (freelancers, gig workers, independent contractors, etc.) consistently report a major benefit of being independent is the work flexibility, autonomy, and control it provides. It turns out having work flexibility, autonomy, and control may also mean you are at less risk of dying. According to a recent study published in the Journal of Psychology, limited work autonomy and control can lead to mental health problems and an increased risk of death. And while the study didn't ...
Tags: Sales, Freelance, Gig Economy, Independent workers, MBO Partners State, Journal of Psychology


Finding Indic-ism

We Indians, yes including millennials, are being raised, educated & cultivated predominantly under the ‘socialist-secular’ system. After higher education & employment, we go on to the next level & get ourselves exposed to the ‘free-market-liberal-capitalist’ system. Along the way, some of us get romantically entangled into the ‘Marxist-communist-Naxal’ mindset with leanings towards everything as long as it is Anti-this&that. This pretty much is the distribution of our thought & mindset. Car...
Tags: India, Globalisation, Freelance, Naxal, Nationalism, Indian History, Kama, Idea of India, Bhartiya, Darbari, Integral Humanism, Ashishjauhari, Bharatiya, Sita Ram Goel Ram Swarup R, Jadu Nath Sarkar Nilakantha Shastri, BJP INC


Number of U.S. Nonemployer Businesses Continued to Grow in 2018

According to the  U.S. Census, the number of nonemployer small businesses increased to 26,485,532 in 2018, up 3% from 2017.  Nonemployers are businesses that have an owner but don't have paid traditional full or part-time employees (W2 employees). The data comes from tax records and you can think of nonemployers as solopreneur businesses (some exceptions apply - see below). The data includes anyone reporting $1,000 or more in self-employment income, so it includes a lot of part-time business...
Tags: Sales, Trends, Freelance, Self-employment, Independent workers, U S Nonemployer Businesses Continued


30 Websites that Will Pay You to Write, Instantly [in 2020]

Do you want to get paid to write? If yes, this list of 30 websites and blogs that pay writers is exactly what you need. It doesn’t really matter whether you want to get paid to write reviews, lists, or tutorials, there is an abundance of blogs and websites that pay writers who can give them high quality content and follow guidelines. You can get paid to write about anything; this list is comprehensive and provides a list of websites in over a dozen categories: web design, travel, writing, progra...
Tags: Google, Python, Microsoft, Writing, US, Paypal, Michigan, Freelance, Clubhouse, Freelance Writing, Vector, Facebook Twitter LinkedIn, TUTS, Carol Tice, Get Paid To Write, Bank Transfer


5 Science-backed Ways to Write an Attention-keeping Introduction

By Waliyulah Olayide Imagine you opened a shopping mall. The name and popularity of your mall have attracted potential buyers. Entering your mall, you knew a visiting prospect would be persuaded to buy a thing or two. Alas, your entrance is waterlogged with the rain that fell the other day! What will a potential buyer do? Even if your mall had the best stock in town, it won’t matter. A potential customer, disgusted, will likely pretend that they forgot something in the car, turn back and leave y...
Tags: Writing, Nigeria, Africa, Freelance, Stanford University, Pat, Campbell, Jon, National Bureau of Statistics NBS, Copyblogger, Jon Morrow, Schiller, Randolph, Brian Clark, Paul J Zak, How To Write Introductions


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Staffing to the Valley's, Not the Peaks

Campaign's How will adland's freelance industry and gig economy change due to COVID-19? covers how a group of advertising industry executives think the gig economy and freelance work will evolve in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic. All of the answers are interesting, but one really jumped out at us. According to Karen Kaplan, CEO and Chairman of Hill Holliday: "Moving forward, we’re all going to have to run a little leaner and start staffing to the valleys, not the peaks, which ...
Tags: Sales, Freelance, Gig Economy, Valley, Hill Holliday, Karen Kaplan, Independent workers


Tips To Help Freelancers Concentrate

Freelancing is a popular career track for many Americans these days. The old 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. jobs are great, but contracting gives workers a lot of freedom. For people who love to travel, getting degrees in higher education like masters in school counseling, criminal justice, or something else, picking when you want to work is really important. Sometimes, you just won’t be able to sit in an office all day, five days a week. On the other hand, freelancing from home can be a little difficult. Co...
Tags: Startups, Facebook Messenger, Freelance, Others, Personal Productivity, Don, Freelance Work


Making Freelancing Sustainable

The need for people to work from home, whether they’re freelancers or full-time workers, has never been shown to be as important as during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tags: Jobs, Freelance, Discover Career Opportunities


5 Ways Freelance Writers Can Survive in the Age of COVID-19

While there has been a general lack of data on the impact of COVID-19 for writers, it is clear that freelance writers have been seriously affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Take the airline industry as an example: Available data shows that four of the five biggest inflight magazines have shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If major magazines like Delta Sky and Southwest, reputed for paying writers a minimum of $1 per word, have had to shut down due to COVID-19, you can only imagine what i...
Tags: Freelance, Southwest, Freelance Writing, Marriott International, Delta Sky, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID


How the Coronavirus Pandemic is Affecting Freelance Writers [RESEARCH]

You probably have several questions about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the freelance writing industry: What are the implications of the coronavirus pandemic for freelance writers? How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected freelance writers when it comes to getting jobs and/or getting paid? More importantly, how are freelance writers feeling about what the future holds due to the coronavirus pandemic? I have answers to the above questions and more! To assess the impact of the coronavi...
Tags: Research, Freelance, Freelance Writing, Pandemic, Freelance Writers, COVID-19, COVID, Coronavirus Survey


Inspired to Write: 20 Inspiring Quotes to Help You Through Difficult Times

Editor’s note: To be inspired to write in these difficult times is hard. With so much going on in the world, it can feel impossible to carry on writing when such monumental events are unfolding before our eyes. So this week we’re re-publishing one of Mary’s most popular posts to help re-inspire you to write. […] The post Inspired to Write: 20 Inspiring Quotes to Help You Through Difficult Times appeared first on WTD.
Tags: Freelance, Mary, Be Inspired


Success in Freelance Writing is All About Writing, or Almost

How you define your success in freelance writing is, of course, totally up to you. It might be a single article published on a website you love for free. It might be an article on a blog or print... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Freelance, Way Off The Subject, Or Not


7 Powerful Lessons From 7 Legendary Writers

Being a legendary writer is no easy feat.  In fact, being even a half-way decent writer is hard. It requires bravery, honesty and gumption. Above all, it requires you to be resilient and immune to criticism—both external and self.  What makes a writer successful? And what can be learned from literary legends past and present?  […] The post 7 Powerful Lessons From 7 Legendary Writers appeared first on WTD.
Tags: Motivation, Freelance, Be Inspired


Independent Workers Qualify for Unemployment Insurance Under the CARES Act

Last week Congress passed and the president signed the CARES Act, a $2 trillion stimulus bill designed to help businesses and Americans weather the economic storm caused by the COVID 19 pandemic. Independent workers (the self-employed, freelancers, gig workers, etc.) qualify for a number of assistance programs contained in the bill.  We'll be covering these over the next couple of days.   But we want to specifically call out that under the bill most independent workers qualify for unemployme...
Tags: Congress, Senate, Sales, Npr, Government Policy, Freelance, Gig Economy, Self-employment, Independent workers, Independent Workers Qualify


How Joining a Virtual Book club Can Help Deal With Coronavirus Stress

Editor’s note: We don’t normally publish posts from companies, but in these stressful times we want to help WritetoDone readers as much as possible. As many of us are forced to stay at home, here’s one company that might just be able to make that time less stressful. Please note: WritetoDone has no affiliation with […] The post How Joining a Virtual Book club Can Help Deal With Coronavirus Stress appeared first on WTD.
Tags: Tips, Freelance, Tips For Writers, WritetoDone


My Personal Thoughts and Actions About the Pandemic and Writing

A pandemic and writing? Who me? Yes, just like you, or like you in ways we could count. Many of you know I live at a Zen Center just south of San Diego and just north of Tijuana, and the border with... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: San Diego, Freelance, Tijuana, Way Off The Subject, Or Not, Zen Center


COVID-19 and Your Freelance Writing Business: What it Means for You

Our world is being impacted in a way we’ve never witnessed in a very long time: the novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak has affected pretty much every country in the world, leaving hundreds of thousands infected and almost 10,000 dead at the time of writing this. Much worse is the fact that many believe that the outbreak is only just beginning and will continue for a while. Now, I’m not one to panic or fuel panic in anyway (which explains why I’m only just writing about this — there’s no point ...
Tags: Cdc, Freelance, Freelance Writing, Pandemic, Freelance Writers, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID


You Are What You read: Bookshelves of the Famous

There’s an old saying ‘clothes maketh the man’ and it’s equally true of books, you are what you read. You can definitely judge a man, or woman, by the books they read. So, in these difficult times, here’s a fun infographic showing just what some famous people have on their bookshelves… Let me know in […] The post You Are What You read: Bookshelves of the Famous appeared first on WTD.
Tags: Freelance, Be Inspired, Tips For Writers, Be Creative


Gratitude Journal: How to Calm Anxiety and Boost Your Immunity

Do you feel anxious about the future? What if you could decrease your anxiety by writing a gratitude journal?In this article, you'll find a simple way to calm down and become more resilient, mentally and physically. When you see bad news piling up, it’s easy to become anxious, especially if it is something like a pandemic […] The post Gratitude Journal: How to Calm Anxiety and Boost Your Immunity appeared first on WTD.
Tags: Freelance, Resources for Writers


Book Review: Gig Mindset

Gig Mindset is a different kind of book on the gig economy.  Almost all gig economy books focus on how to become a freelancer or some form of independent worker. But Gig Mindset is about how companies and workers can use freelancers and other gig workers to save time, access needed skills and increase productivity.  In other words, instead of focusing on how to become part of the supply of gig workers, it covers the advantages of using gig workers.  The author, Paul Estes, was a busy Microsoft e...
Tags: Microsoft, Sales, Freelance, Gig Economy, ESTES, Independent workers, Paul Estes


4 Killer Ways to Find Ideas for Your Next Bestseller

You know the feeling. It’s time to sit down and start planning your next bestseller and… nothing.  Well, you’re not alone. Coming up with book ideas can be an absolute nightmare if you’re feeling uninspired, and if you’re looking to produce a bestselling book. Let’s look at four ways to come up with book ideas […] The post 4 Killer Ways to Find Ideas for Your Next Bestseller appeared first on WTD.
Tags: Freelance, Create a Book, Tips For Writers


The Top Client-Attraction Strategies

If you are a digital marketer, blogger and own a service business, I’ll be showing you the top client-attraction strategies in internet marketing. The aim of marketing your business online is to attract a consistent stream of clients to your business/website. By this, I mean appealing to prospective clients, attracting them and having them take your desired action. And you want to achieve this with minimized costs while maximizing revenue. But it’s easier said than done because a lot of i...
Tags: Advertising, Guides, Client, Freelance, Kennedy, Demi, Pixabay, Tumisu, Kennedy Cee, ClientsValley


Stop Pipes From Freezing, Marking Stainless, and Compression Socks – All In One Article!

It’s Easy to Stop Pipes From Freezing Is there anything worse than discovering your water pipes have frozen? The first problem is you can’t access water from frozen pipes. The second problem is the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Freelance, Way Off The Subject, Or Not