…because good design helps sell your ideas.

BLOG DESIGN JOURNAL


.

Blogging for Freelance Writing Success: How to Create a Blog That Will Drive Clients to You (Successful Freelance Writing Online)

Posted on March 15, 2013 by Blog Design Journal

A complete guide to creating a blog that will drive freelance writing clients to you, by a ProBlogger 2013 “Blogger to Watch”.

Ask most freelance writers what they struggle with and they’ll tell you that it’s finding clients. But what if there were a way of getting those clients to come to you? In “Blogging for Freelance Writing Success”, Tom Ewer lays down a blueprint for creating a blog that can act as a referral machine for your freelance writing business.

Stop spending hours marketing yourself and instead use that time to bill more hours. Experience the huge increase in negotiating power you have when a client is coming to you rather than vice versa. Become known as an authority in your field and be the person that people seek out when they need a writer. All of this and more is possible when you successfully establish your own blog.

With “Blogging for Freelance Writing Success” you’ll have everything you need to create a blog that will act as a permanent client referral tool for your freelance writing business.

Click Here For More Information

3 to “Blogging for Freelance Writing Success: How to Create a Blog That Will Drive Clients to You (Successful Freelance Writing Online)”

  1. Stacie says:

    A great resource for anyone wanting to up their game in freelance writing or blogging This is a nice quick read for people who are just starting out. Tom is obviously a gifted writer. The only reason I am giving 4 and not 5 points is that the in-book promotion sometimes comes on a little strong.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I built my first online presence in the mid 90′s with a simple text editor and html tags, a very extensive bibliography of the greatest songwriter in the history of the English language. I don’t think blogs existed in those days, at least not with that name. In those early days I wrote quite a bit in a Usenet group and in modern times posted many articles on Facebook and Google+. I built my first blog, mostly about music, using Blogger. Later I used Posterous to assemble a compilation of articles about academic studies. Then last October I used Posterous again to write about my travels in Thailand. I didn’t realize that Posterous would be shut down and I would need to move it to another platform so soon! So now what?!After all these years, I decided it was time to try my hand at Word Press. Today, when I read Tom Ewer’s new book, I was pleased to see that he recommends using Word Press and points to where to go to get started with it. Great!And then he lays out a workable structure of pages in a Word Press blog that can be used to bring clients to the blogger for work as a freelance writer. It is simple, described well, and it sounds like it will work, just as he says. No magic or luck required, just a workmanlike building of a structure that makes a lot of sense, which must then be filled with excellent writing as content. It’s nice to have the structure laid out so clearly. I will follow his plan. Producing the excellent writing is up to me!To start, I will omit the Hire Me page, as I’m not ready to put myself out for hire yet. Instead, I will concentrate on organizing my writing in one place, adding new content, and perhaps getting my writing a little broader exposure. Then when I am ready, I will add the Hire Me page.I plan to continue to read Tom’s books (this is the third one I’ve read so far), as he gives clear, sensible advice based upon his expertise in blogging. He’s very open about what has been successful for him and he is direct and to the point in describing how any good writer can follow in his footsteps in the blogosphere. I appreciate his help.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Tom Ewer’s newest book, Blogging for Freelance Writing Success, is a great resource for anyone wanting to get started as a freelance writer or blogger or anyone wanting to take their business to the next level. It gives solid information on how to get started and how to use the internet to show off your talents.If you are thinking about becoming a freelance writer or blogger this is a wonderful place to start. Tom has experience and provides specifics on how to get started. For the more experienced blogger or writer there is also great information about how to market yourself to get new clients. I enjoyed reading this book and received a lot of value for my investment.



Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.


  • Advertise Here

  • Business Directory for Houston, Texas
  • Blogarama - The Blog Directory


↑ Top