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Blogger’s Guide To AdSense

Blogger’s Guide To AdSense

If you are a blogger and know the importance of ads, you may have previously heard of AdSense. While excellent writing is crucial to maintaining your readership, ads can play a significant role in obtaining that readership.  When you place an appropriate ad in...

How to End A Blog Post: 6 Easy Options

How to End A Blog Post: 6 Easy Options

If you're wondering how to end a blog post, there are a few things you should keep in mind. What should you say? Should you do a call to action? Should you write a conclusion? Should you pitch a product? All of these answers might be correct, depending on what your...

Start Pitching: 15 Human Resources Magazines That Pay $$$

Start Pitching: 15 Human Resources Magazines That Pay $$$

Looking for freelance work in the people niche? There’s a healthy supply of human resources magazines out there you can pitch. Since the Great Resignation, people have been updating their resumes, upgrading their skills, and changing careers.  Due to this shift,...

Ghostwriting 101: What You Need to Know

Ghostwriting 101: What You Need to Know

At some point in your freelance writing career, you'll come across ghostwriting gigs. You might be wondering what they entail, how they work, and if they're worth pursuing while you're building your writing career. While ghostwriting gigs can be fun and pay well,...

LinkedIn ProFinder for Freelancers: Will It Help You Find Clients?

LinkedIn ProFinder for Freelancers: Will It Help You Find Clients?

Can LinkedIn ProFinder Help You Find Freelance Work? Makealivingwriting.com

When you’re trying to book yourself solid, marketing to get more leads should be your priority. Ever heard of LinkedIn ProFinder?

It’s a tool you can use with your LinkedIn profile to get leads, bid on projects, and potentially land long-term clients.

Sounds good, right? After all, LinkedIn has 433 million users. And it’s a social media platform that’s defined itself as a place for business professionals.

LinkedIn ProFinder launched in 2015 as way to help users find talent and land freelance work. Over the last two years, it’s been widely used by business professionals in many industries. And it’s also gone through a series of changes. Now you’re probably wondering…

Does LinkedIn ProFinder work?

Let’s state the obvious, first. LinkedIn ProFinder is one of many marketing strategies you can use to find clients.

Letters of introduction, query letters, in-person networking, social media marketing, and even cold calling, for example, still work.

If you want to move up, earn more, and make a full-time living as a freelancer, you’ll need to spend a chunk of time marketing consistently.

Want to know if LinkedIn ProFinder can help you land more freelance clients? Here’s what you need to know:

Boundaries for Writers: 4 Pros Share Their Healthy Tips

Do you find yourself stuck writing for clients on days you wanted off, or for rates you don't like? Maybe if you're a newbie, you're worried that you'll get trapped doing a zillion rounds of edits, while your hourly rate goes down the tubes. If you're one of those...

The Ultimate Side Hustle: 11 Best Ways to Earn Money Writing

Being able to make money as a writer might seem like some far-off dream, but it might be more realistic than you imagined. However, there are a lot of options so this article will deep-dive the best ways to earn money writing. Compared to other careers out there,...

A Look Inside Den 2x Success Stories

The Freelance Writers Den is the online community where freelance writers learn how to grow their income -- fast. Inside the community, there are two levels: The Freelance Writers Den is for freelancers who are just getting started, learning the basics, and giving...

Looking for writing courses & community support?

Our online community, Freelance Writers Den, was founded in 2011. Since then, we’ve helped 14,000+ writers connect with peers, improve their skills, and grow their freelance writing income.

Our lively community is stuffed with useful tools and career-building resources. Use our 24/7 forums to get your questions answered by pros. Tap our 300+ hours of self-study trainings to learn new skills.

The Den has live events and multi-week bootcamps where you can tap experts’ knowledge, an exclusive job board, accountability buddies, live chats, and more. Also, if you want feedback on your writer website, LinkedIn profile, or article draft, we’ve got you.

Visit the Freelance Writers Den site to see if we’re open for new members right now. Sign up on the waiting list if we’re not, and you’ll be first to join when we reopen (plus, you’ll get useful free resources in the meanwhile).