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Sunday, 5 May 2013

True experiences of a freelancer writer


Weeks and months have passed, but your hard endeavor to establish your name as a freelancer writer is now becoming fruitless. You have searched numerous sites describing 101 ways to become a freelancer writer and 101 sites that pay you for your writings. The flowery words that push you into the world of writing career with full zeal and determination will start wearing dubious attire in your mind. All those sites, where you have signed up will only result to fill your inbox with rejection mails with obscure reasons. The general discussions about the ways to earn money as a writer precisely don’t fit commonly in the bag of every writer. The things may get worse with the writers who are non-native English writers, as for them the eligibility criteria is always more than what its usually mentioned in 101 sites. Therefore, you should be witty enough not to waste your time following the steps of the sites that say “ High paying writing jobs” or ultimately you may end up being a frustrated man with nothing in your box except rejection emails.

So now you want some true facets of freelance writing where you just want to get a start, and this is so true in real terms. I have worked out on some exercise techniques that can gradually drive you towards the promising career of a freelancer writer. However, your personalized perceptions are always heralded in different circumstances, where you just don’t need any assistance.

  1. If you think you can write, it means you can become a writer.

A man cannot judge a man with his present acquisitions, as his future perspectives depends upon the heights of determinations, dreams and ambitions he holds within him. Therefore, don’t just start believing others more than yourself, who are expert in giving out depressing statements like “you can’t be a writer”. Your own belief will stimulate the level of energy and will make you grasp things more quickly than others can imagine. If you have already experienced this, then you can just rate yourself by reading your previous articles and feel the changes in you.

  1. As a non native writer, think about its positive side.

The thought of being a non native writer can precisely dishearten your determination. It is obvious that the eligibility conditions mentioned to apply as a writer are designed by considering native writers in the list. So for non-native writers the review process gets more stringent as they also have to be reliable. However, this should always be remembered that when it comes to language, no one can comment on your perfection. There are clients who also seek for such writers, as being a resident of different culture, country, the writing style may come out to be different from them and uniqueness is always valued in freelance writing. The product reviews, travel writing, guest blogging always prefer writers from different countries to reveal more diverse experiences in the website as ultimately the story, description, truthfulness is what the readers seek in an article. It’s only the writers, and the publishers who go in details to look for simple grammer mistakes. 

  1. Work on your bidding letters, profile page, and ratings of the clients.
Your profile is the first impression on your clients, so never take it easy to write it in a more casual tone. Remember it’s not a social networking site where you just want to look cool amongst your friends and contacts. Make it more professional and be assertive in your tone. If you already have started in some freelancing sites like odesk, guru, elance and others then start with low paying clients who will in return give you good ratings, because precisely these ratings are the things that brings you more clients with  their invitations for interviews.

  1. Make your own blog or website

The best way to practice writing is starting your own blog. Initially do not worry about monetizing you blog, or optimizing it, but just think it as an internet profile that will share your writings. You can choose any category you like for example, the best places to visit in your town (Travel writing), what do you think about the frequently changing compatibility version of cell phones etc? (Technical writing, review writing). To get a start you can just share your posts in social networking sites and check their comments. Gradually, you can then learn the technicalities of  SEO and this way you will get a strong inspiration.

  1. Read the articles written by writers on “How to earn money as a writer?”

Instead of the same common instructions, go for something real and logistic that will not only teach you the techniques but also give you the platform to apply your chances with such techniques. In this context http://www.writersincharge.com/ can be more helpful where you can find the true experiences of a young writer turned into a high profile writer. These articles can help you once you have completed all the stages that have been described above.

Ultimately, don’t just stick to one category of writing. In order to gain experience in writing you should try all the categories, because then you can polish your writing style with proper understanding of the methods on how to reveal your opinion in lucrative words.  The steps mentioned above will not perfectly mould you into a writer, but these are the initial steps which you have to follow because you may not need any more instructions further after you fully implement the ideas mentioned in this article.