Hey readers, I didn’t have a question in the ask box, so I thought I’d turn this over to you.
Dear Selena, I’ve been doing okay as a freelancer, but I’m in trouble. I’m in the middle of a pretty intense depressive episode, and it’s making it almost impossible to do what I need to do. Answering emails or trying to be cheerful and helpful to my clients is frequently the last thing I want […]
Dear Selena, I keep seeing the term “article spinning” in the job notices I look at, and I don’t know what it means. Can you help?
Dear Selena, I’m working with a difficult client, and I don’t know how to handle it. What started as a great relationship had devolved quickly, to the point I dread working on the client’s project at all. What can I do to salvage this?
Dear Selena: What questions should I ask when I get my first web writing contract and what questions will out me as a newbie?
Last week, we talked about the the steps to take before you look for your first freelancing job. Today we’re going to apply that knowledge to scoring your first gig.
You’ve got a marketable skill, bills to pay, and a little free time. You could be a contractor.