How To Start A Blog As A Writer : FREELANCE BLOGGING: 3 TIPS FOR MAKING $200-$400+ PER BLOG POST!

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How To Start A Blog As A Writer

FREELANCE BLOGGING: 3 TIPS FOR MAKING 0-0+ PER BLOG POST!

FREELANCE BLOGGING: 3 TIPS FOR MAKING 0-0+ PER BLOG POST!

Want to start freelance blogging, but hesitant because of all of the ” for 1000 words” crap you see online?

There’s a MUCH better way to find/land freelance blogging clients.

And from experience, I can tell you that PLENTY of clients are willing to pay 0-0+ per blog post. You just have to know what you’re doing and market yourself the right way, which is what you’ll learn about in this video!

********Get my free video training – 3 STEPS TO MAKING K FREELANCE WRITING IN THE NEXT 45 DAYS!:

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Hi! I’m Jorden Roper. I’m a 3-time college drop-out (#Goals) who grew a K/mo freelance writing business after getting FIRED from my full-time job.

I run a blog, Writing Revolt, where I teach writers and bloggers how to make a full-time income online.

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Have more freelance blogging advice to share? Or a question about something in this video? Let’s talk about it in the comments below!

12 comments

  • naveen deol

    Make YouTube videos to create self brand ))
    Good going ..

  • Aquaus Kelley

    Very good information. I appreciate this! I like what you mention about creating actionable, in-depth, interactive posts that are valued at more than just words per minute.

  • TheDrzhivargo

    Im not a freelance blogger, I just do affiliate marketing blogs….do you think that is ok? do you have any tips or advice on this?

  • Solitary Man

    I've watched several of your videos, and my eyes have been opened. Understanding my niche will be a challenging hurtle to jump over. I don't know how to narrow it down (I don't like this sentence). I know exactly how you feel about call center work, exactly! I can't stand the sight of clocks. Anymore now, they drive me crazy. I go out of my way to make sure they're wrong, except one source. To say the least, a lead-sedative had a welcoming thought. Not anymore now.

    If at all, money will always play an important part of motivation, yet only to a point. What I mean, is that among all the goals you could ever want, there's an amount required. The real success comes when the wall breaks down. When money becomes no problem. It really can hold you back, not for long. Like you say, "I need to pay the bills now." To a degree, I'm in that position right now. Just not fired, once before, and I know the feeling all too well. I do have some schooling under my belt, in regards to writing. Plus some understanding of Adobe PhotoShop, Illustrator, bridge, and InDesign. How they work together when creating your work-flow, basically. I dropped out from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. To much stress of another kind in my life, and at the time anyway. So there's a bit of relation here.

    Now I've reached a point in my life where I feel bound, and determined to put my skills to the test. Get myself out there looking for clients. I can be very artistic, and articulate with my wording. It comes with ease. Pounding out fifteen-hundred word essays is no problem, but lets get real. Writing will always pose a challenge, no matter what it will be. I've recently been through surgery on my wrists, and it has been an amazing experience. I'm still going through the healing process, and the pain. The pain is new, and small. Also fading away each day. That's the only thing holding me from going back to work, is the pain. None sense, if you want to keep pounding on your hands with a shovel, or a hammer, etc. My hands are far enough from the pain, I can type with no problem. So why not make use of my time, and get things started. I apologize for the long comment, and wonder who will value me. Because I can write visually too. I want to learn more from you, so I'm going to utilize the resources I can receive. Please, any recommendations are welcome. I'm at gound zero, and just need to setup shop, so to speak. I believe you can help me with that.

  • PickingUp '

    Okay, let's say i want to write posts for a blog. Where do i go? It's a good idea, but i don't know a place to start, or should i say, bid.

  • laura b

    Are your clients mainly advertisers?

  • Thought-Provoking Inspiration: Self-Help

    Completely locked in on your FREELANCE WRITING TIPS playlist right now…. 🙏🏽🙏🏽 this is all appreciated.

  • Creative Revolt

    Yoooooo YouTube fam!! 🙂 Do you have questions about how to make more $$ freelance blogging? Drop 'em below! Also, remember to sign up for my free video training – 3 STEPS TO MAKING $1K FREELANCE WRITING IN THE NEXT 45 DAYS – before you leave this video: http://bit.ly/2l079Ek

    See ya in the training!

  • Breakup status

    Ur hot mam so sweat mam….mam any site per day $500 earn money plzzz guide me ..I live india

  • CanCanElf16

    So glad I have found you. Thanks for this valuable info!

  • beata zuk

    Jorden!!! you are absolutely amazing!!

  • Nintend0Freak

    Can we specialize in more than one category? As I'm interested in wide array of topics, varying from Beauty/Gaming/Entertainment, would that be too much?

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