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Create Samples Around Your Niche Topics I have to preface this tip by saying that when I first started my samples they did not relate to my niche topics. I was still able to land gigs. Quality freelance writing jobs nowadays really want a writer experienced in one niche topic.
As I mentioned before, I chose health and parenting as my niche topics. I had to discover this niche. For me, I enjoyed learning about marketing for my own freelance writing business. I was then approached to write about social media marketing, and I was hooked. From there, I landed a blogging gig about…blogging.
And then email marketing. I love this niche so much that I ended up pivoting my mom blog Twins Mommy from blogging about being a work at home mom to helping mom bloggers become mompreneurs.
My topics went from the challenges to working from home to how to make money using Pinterest or how to promote your new Facebook group. Once you find your niche, start creating samples around that niche topic.
Since it took me a while to figure out my paying niche, it took me a while to create samples in my niche topic!
So, the sooner you can figure that out, the sooner you can make more money! Or that, social media scares them. They may see your social media post on Twitter or check out your LinkedIn profile. Maybe an editor saw your Pin and wants to hire you for their content that happened to me.
Start small and pick only two. I suggest Twitter and LinkedIn. Those two platforms have yielded me the most work. Work on Your Copy Fill out your bio and description and make your copy good.
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Remember, you are trying to market your freelance writing business and attract clients. Pick a professional image or create a headshot you can use your iPhone with a plain background and good lighting. Use this image on your blog and all your social media profiles.
When I first started, I used an image I took on my birthday with my twins. A year or a bit later I took more professional pictures outside with a natural theme. So, when you build your freelance writing business, you need to look at how you want to portray yourself.
Do you want to be the fun and creative one or the serious one? Discover how you want to be seen online and show that in your headshot.
Be a Bit Personal and Share That One of the hardest things new freelance writers have is sharing some personal things online.If so, we’d love to hear from you.
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If you want to make money blogging in a reasonable amount of time then you should pick a niche with a good audience. Here are the top blog niches that I create blogs in to make money. Once we get into starting a mom blog, I’ll show you how to get your domain name!).
As a rule, make sure your domain name is simple, short and easy to spell, and relates to your overall brand. Some of my favorite mom blog names are: Kids, Cash, Chaos. Crazy Life With Littles. Living For Naptime. Okay! Now it’s time to create a blog.