SEO writing is one freelance writing niche where you can get very busy, very quickly. I’ve been a freelance writer for a long time – since 1993. I started doing SEO copywriting in 2007. I got so busy so quick when I started writing SEO articles that I had to hire other freelancers within a couple of months.
SEO content writing is a niche in freelance writing where you can get very busy, very quickly. When I first started in 2007, I got so busy that within a couple of months, I had to outsource jobs to other freelancers because I couldn’t keep up.
I’ve been a freelance writer since 1993, but only dipped my toes into the SEO writing waters in 2007. And boy, was I in for a ride. It’s a fast-paced, lucrative freelance writing niche; one where you have to stay super organized, as a fretful fellow writer found out.
Recently, I received an email from a frazzled SEO writer. She had a problem most freelance writers would love to have. She was swamped all of a sudden, having to write 115 SEO articles in a short amount of time. She needed help, so sent me the following email, saying in part:
As soon as I heard that Robert Redford was directing a film about the assassination of Abraham Lincoln I wanted to see it, more so than the long awaited Steven Spielberg biopic which has been put back yet again; this time until after November 2012′s Presidential elections ostensibly to avoid it becoming “political fodder” but more likely to maximise its Oscar potential for 2013.
I’ve been a freelance writer since 1993. I started writing SEO content in 2007 – and it changed the course of my freelance career, not only as a writer, but it opened doors to two other lucrative income streams (self-publishing ebooks and affiliate/internet marketing).
One of the most valuable skills that a person can develop in the college setting is that of writing. This skill is going to be something that is stressed in college, because of its weight and importance in the real world.
Except for about 18 months, I’ve been fully self-employed for the most part since 1997. I’ve worked mostly in the editorial industry as a freelance writer (editor, proofreader, copy editor, word processor).
I’ve been a freelance writer since 1993 and started writing SEO content in 2007. Prospective clients request samples all the time, and it’s standard to send them out. I received a question from a new SEO writer about this when an incident of stolen content came up. This freelancer wrote:
Many SEO writers, especially newbies, struggle with what to charge. And when clients question them about their rates, many are nervous about charging too much because they so desperately want to land the client.