Looking for a Side Hustle for Extra Pocket Money? Here’s How You Can Start Freelance Writing

by Emma Justin SEO Excutive

Our lives have stopped being the way it was before the pandemic. From being a socially involved person and commuting in our day-to-day lives to strict social distancing and almost no earning because of the dropping employment rate.

The job sector has been affected severely, and according to the reports given by the U.S. Bureau of Statistics, 31.3 million people have lost their jobs and are unable to work. On the other hand, 6.5 million people are blocked from looking for a job due to the worldwide pandemic.

You’ll be surprised to know that people have searched about ‘work from home’ opportunities and the monthly visits to such websites have crossed 1.8 million. Making money online or looking for freelancing jobs is a sidekick a lot of teens look for to make a little extra pocket money.

If you’re looking for one of the same opportunities and have the power of words to express, you’ve landed at the right place. Further, we’ll discuss how you can join the business of making money via freelance writing. All you need to do is carefully follow the five instructions mentioned below.

Find Your Niche 

A niche in content writing refers to the type of content you like to write. For instance, technology, digital marketing, etc. Therefore, it is impossible to focus on the subject you’re writing without knowing your niche.

If you’re still unaware of what your niche is, dig a little deeper. Look for what interests you and you like talking about to your friends or anyone else. Study your past experiences to find what sparks your passion, for instance, if you’re passionate about researching motor vehicles; it is your niche. Isn’t it easy?

Once you’ve picked yourself a niche, you can find freelance projects and start earning. For your information, the authority writers get paid up to $1 per word.

Learn the Strategy

If you think that writing is as easy as your childhood essays or something you read in the books, don’t get yourself false hopes. To write, you’ll have to know the right techniques to reach the audience and gain traffic. Web writing is entirely different from what you read on your social media posts each day. Therefore, grabbing the attention of your readers, and competing with other SEO-based writings simultaneously is the goal.

Build a Portfolio

Before trying to get yourself hired, you must have a copy of your experiences which you can present in front of the clients. Take some time to build an attractive portfolio that ensures that you’re good at your work. Not only this but attaching your work samples will be a cherry on the cake.

Pitch for Projects

Once you have a portfolio, it’s time to contact the potential clients to hire you. If you’re a fresher, websites like UpWork and Fiverr will bring great opportunities for you. These are the diversified marketplaces that get you connected with the clients who are willing to hire and offer you freelancing projects.

Rinse and Repeat

The most challenging part when you’re trying to find the new gigs is getting started. Not just finding freelance projects, but even if you’re looking for a potential job, you’ll have to kick start from somewhere which doesn’t seem easy. Once you find what you were looking for, it becomes a smooth journey. It is essential to grab the best out of each project you get into and learn more. Also, asking for feedback or collecting reviews will help you grow and keep you from repeating the mistakes if any. If you follow all the five tips correctly, no one can stop you from getting work and good pay. Also, you must practice as a fresher to make your first project worth it. Are you ready to find new gigs? Wait no more and grab any opportunity that adds up to your reputation.

Hi, I’m Kinsley. I’m a web developer living in Pontiac, USA. I am a fan of web development, programming, and entrepreneurship. I’m also interested in innovation. You can read my blog such as.


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About Emma Justin Advanced   SEO Excutive

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Joined APSense since, June 2nd, 2020, From New york, United States.

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