What is Freelancing? and Who is a Freelance Writer

What is Freelancing?

Freelancing is the act of writing articles at your desired time for blogs, companies, magazines, newspaper and any online platforms.

Freelancing is nice job to earn a living, an article of over 800 words is valued at $100 -$1000 dollars, you don’t need a degree to begin freelancing, all you need is the idea, what to write, a unique content, an ability to communicate and you can earn as much as you write.

Who’s a Freelance Writer?

A freelance writer is a writer who works on a self-employed basis. They can work for just one magazine or, more often, they write for several different publications at a time. The more diverse a writer can be, the more likely they are to be published and paid for their work.

What is Freelancing? and Who is a Freelance Writer?
Freelancing

The Benefits

Being freelance does require a certain amount of self-reliance – there’s no regular, monthly salary, sick or holiday pay to fall back on – so it’s not for everyone. However, for any writer brave enough to become freelance the benefits are enormous. They:

  • leave the daily 9 to 5 behind as they are able to choose their own hours
  • have the freedom to choose who they work for. So, if they want to, freelance writers can only write about dog training, cats, knitting, backpacking etc
  • do not have to engage in a daily commute as most freelance writers use a room in their home as an office
  • can tailor their work environment to their own needs with daylight simulation bulbs, ergonomic furniture etc, that would probably not be available in a traditional office
  • can take holidays without having to work around colleagues
  • can choose how many hours they’d like to work so, they can work for 5, 20 or 40 hours a week
  • Earn your desired amount

Credit: writer bureau

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