7 Writing and Grammar Podcasts to Help You Fine-Tune Your Craft
Whether you listen at the gym, in the car or while you’re cleaning, podcasts are a great way to stay current on industry news and help you improve your craft. Try one of these writing podcasts that will teach, entertain and inspire you.
CMOs on How Freelance Writers Can Be an Extended Part of the Company
Ever wondered what motivates a client to sign a long-term contract? Two CMOs give valuable insight into how you can up your “wow” factor and get steady work from clients.
A Tax Attorney on the Smartest Choices a Freelancer Can Make
Tax season is especially dreaded by freelancers. But it doesn’t have to be this way. A tax attorney shares his best tips for paying estimated taxes, planning for your retirement and taking deductions that won’t trigger an audit.
Feast, Not Famine as a Food Content Freelancer: Tips From a Branded Mag Editor
Audarshia Townsend, a veteran lifestyle journalist and editor of Restaurant, Inc., says branded content opportunities are on the rise for creative and resourceful food writers.
How to Build a Year-Long Plan Around Content Marketing
Here’s your quarter-by-quarter strategy to building out a persuasive content marketing plan that gets clients excited to sign a long-term contract.
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Freelancer News: Top 25+ Tips to Boost Your Content Career [Monthly Roundup]
On the #ContentRadar this week, we provide a glance at the freelancing news and tips you need to take your freelance business to the next level.
Secret Treasures of the AP Stylebook: Important Updates You May Have Missed
It can be hard to keep up with the AP Stylebook (especially when they change their stance on hyphens every year). But that’s why we’ve got a rundown of the biggest updates and important new chapters writers and journalists should know.
Cultivating Old Sources for New Stories: Treat Them Like Your First Love
Once you’ve found the source equivalent of “the one,” never let them go. With a little love and attention, they can be used to cultivate countless story ideas. Here’s how to make the most out of old sources.
How to Convince Clients to Invest in Long-Term Content Marketing
How can you get that coveted anchor client? By showing potential and current clients that you’re not just a one-off writer, you’re a content marketer who will be an essential part of their marketing team and long-term strategy.
Top 25+ Social Media Marketing News Updates for 2019
Check out this list of some recent, useful social media information that will make you a better freelancer, content strategist and creator.
Top Conferences for Freelance Writers and Creatives in 2019 / 2020
Connect with more creative professionals in the coming year with our guide to the top conferences and events for writers, freelancers and creatives throughout 2019 / 2020.
Reality Check: Full-Time #FreelanceLife Isn’t for Everyone
Yes, working in your pajamas is nice, but the realities of full-time freelance life aren’t always so pleasant. Get the real story before you jump in.
The Niche Freelancer: Wealth Management and Institutional Finance
Up for the challenge of complex corporate communications? Learn from freelancer and longtime wealth management columnist Dahna Chandler, who lends her voice to some of the top financial institutions and consumer publications in the world.
Webinar: Best Practices for Successful Freelancers in ClearVoice
Ever wondered how to navigate the ClearVoice platform or how to make your profile more eye-catching to clients? ClearVoice’s onboarding specialist Sam Neeser and senior customer success manager Richard Boehmcke go over all of this and more in this helpful webinar for freelancers.
How Busy Freelancers Can Achieve Work-Life Balance
Work-life balance doesn’t have to be a mythical concept. Two successful freelancers share their best tips for thriving in both your professional and personal life.