Posts tagged with ‘freelance writing myths’

  • Freelance Writing Myth: Bigger Clients Always Have Bigger Budgets

    By Jennifer Mattern on February 13, 2014
    When you're looking for freelance writing jobs, you might think a logical move is to target larger businesses and publications. Bigger clients have bigger budgets after all. Right? You might be surprised to learn that's often wrong. While it's true that larger clients sometimes can afford to pay their writers more, a client's budget for a freelance writer often doesn't have […]
  • Confessions of a Late Sleeping, Bunny Slipper Wearing Freelance Writer

    By Yo Prinzel on January 29, 2010
    I'm getting kinda tired of reading all these posts about the right and wrong way to behave as a full time writer (and apparently, I'm not the only one). I'm also curious about all these myths that we are supposed to be worried about that ultimately (in my experience anyway) do not matter. For the past two weeks I've seen […]
  • Freelance Writing Myths

    By Jennifer Mattern on April 17, 2008
    Stop believing in freelance writing myths says Chris Bibey of ChrisBlogging - he recently exposed some common myths on his blog. All I can say is "Shhhhh Chris!!! The more people believe that crap, the better it is for the rest of us!" 😉 I'm just kidding of course. Chris makes some good points. I'd like to add one. Chris […]