In the e-commerce world, words do matter. Excellent products and powerful visuals are necessary, but words will help you tell your brand’s stories. Not to mention that it can help you connect with your visitors at a more emotional level. Hence, you get to build a steady customer base.
Most freelancers are fascinated by the whole idea of being their bosses and or maybe working from home. As a freelance writer, you have unlimited potential and relay on creative talents by avoiding slaving away at a cubicle in the office all day.
Do you have the affinity for written words and language? Are you an avid reader? Do you have a way with words? Can you express yourself creatively? If so, then you really should consider working as freelance writing. You will enjoy the autonomy, write captivating ideas and engaging pages by pages of content, plus, you do not have to deal with an overbearing boss.
When I was 5 years old, I wrote my first poem about a bird flying to its nest. Now, many years later, I am still writing poetry and work as a marketing copywriter. One thing is not far from the other, you know? So that’s why I’d like to share some insight on how I managed to do so.
The vast majority of manuscripts are rejected after the editor reads the first page. You have only one chance to make a first impression, remember?
If you’re one of the thousands of talented wordsmiths out there that has decided 2019 will be the year that you finally get your wise words down on paper, then read on. With so many people self-publishing these days, it’s easy to find plenty of information and advice about how to put pen to paper. But what happens when your book is done?
Whether you are a big name in the local writers’ community or a passionate creator with a bright new idea, finding the right market for your book can be difficult. This is especially true if you plan to expand into international waters where a plethora of authors struggle for their moment in the spotlight. Nonfiction books often find their readers, however, due to the real-world applications and the historic value they bring to the table.