LinkedIn Round-Up

Make A Living Writing

Successful freelancers use LinkedIn daily.

After all, it’s the only social media where it’s socially acceptable to talk about work.

In honor of our upcoming bootcamp, LinkedIn Profile Mastery, we wanted to give you a round-up of all our posts on the topic of LinkedIn. Carol and the team here at Make a Living Writing have used LinkedIn to attract better clients and get higher-paying freelance writing jobs. Instead of having to send pitch letters, the companies and clients are reaching out to us (the writers), asking for our help and offering us gigs/jobs.

We’ll teach you how to do that in the LinkedIn Profile Mastery bootcamp mentioned above.

In the meantime, we wanted to share our round-up with you.

Our top two articles on the topic of LinkedIn are:

  1. How to Succeed as a LinkedIn Freelance Writer (Pro Examples)
  2. 7 Ways Writers Can Find LinkedIn Freelance Writing Jobs

We also have older articles including:

In a few weeks, we’ll be combining all of these posts into a mega LinkedIn post, including this one. But for now, you can read each article separately and decide what adventure you want to take.

Better paying writing jobs are just a few tweaks away. If you can learn how to make those tweaks and have clients chasing you down to write for them, you’ll be on the road to time freedom and financial freedom. We will teach you exactly how to do that. See you inside the LinkedIn Profile Mastery bootcamp!

3 Comments

  1. Kamira Gayle

    Thanks for sharing this roundup of resources. It’s very helpful.

    Reply
  2. Tom DeVoe

    Thank you, Carol and Staff,

    I just created my profile on LI and this info couldn’t come at a better time!

    Reply
  3. Andrew Strain

    Thank you for putting everything in one place. I was trying to do this myself the other day, and there’s a lot more listed than I could find.

    Again, thank you. I am looking forward to the mega-LinkedIn post.

    Reply

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