Most freelance writers today have a website to showcase their work and attract clients and many also have a blog attached to the website. But how do you keep your blog going when there is paid work to be getting on with especially if your blog isn’t making you money yet?
Here are five tips to help you keep your freelance blog on track.
As a freelance writer or blogger, finding the right tools to help you find, create, and curate content is all-important.
I have played around with lots of different apps and tools all of which claim to help you organise your world, and these are my five favourites right now. I say right now, because I’m a sucker for a shiny new app so I can’t guarantee I won’t have found something new to use in a few months’ time!
I love procrastinating. I reckon I could do it all day if I tried really hard. My favourite type of procrastination is research. If I am reading something that relates to a current writing project or something like blogging then I can kid myself that what I am doing is worthwhile. It doesn’t matter if I am reading my 100th article on how to drive traffic to your blog which says basically the same as the other 99 articles or if I’m reading my tenth article for a writing which only required two sources, if I can call it research then I can pretend it is important.