Posts tagged with ‘writer portfolio’

  • How to Build a Freelance Writing Portfolio

    By Jennifer Mattern on March 5, 2009
    One bit of advice I see commonly given to new Web writers (or any type of writers) is that they have to either do free projects for normally-paying clients or take on work at ridiculously low rates (like $5.00 per article) when they're new just to build a portfolio or get references. That's a load of garbage. If you're really […]
  • Portfolio Tips for Freelance Writers

    By Jennifer Mattern on September 6, 2007
    On the writing forums, I recently asked people to share some of their portfolio tips for freelance writers to be shared here on the blog. We had just one taker, Matt Finley of A Musing Scribe. Here's what Matt has to say about writer portfolios: "1) Let the readers get touchy feely with your writing samples. Instead of posting your […]
  • The Importance of Writer Portfolios

    By Jennifer Mattern on April 28, 2007
    If you want to be as successful as you can be as a freelance writer, you should take the time to build an effective writer portfolio. Your writer portfolio is a showcase of your abilities, and it offers potential clients a snapshot of the quality of your work. Here are a few tips when it comes to building writer portfolios: […]