One of my most popular blog posts is a 5,990 word behemoth on a very specific topic: how to create a freelance writer website that actually gets clients. I got the SEO right on this post, and depending on the day, it ranks either #1 or #3 for the target keyword. As a result, the
Here's my review of Overlap by Sean McCabe. The book surprised me. I was expecting a fluff sandwich, but McCabe shares a lot of solid advice.
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I remember what it was like back in 2009. I was so new to freelancing that I couldn’t have given you a succinct definition of it. Like a freshly-hatched bird, forcibly pushed from the 9-to-5 nest, and I had no clue how to fly—or rather, how to run my own business. My so-called “business” was