Learn how to become a freelance copywriter – even if you have no experience, no network, no clients, and no portfolio or writing samples.
Plus tips, resources, and advice on finding clients, raising your rates, how to make $100k a year as a freelance copywriter, managing your money, marketing yourself online, building your own freelance copywriter website, creating a support network, staying healthy, and the truths about working as a digital nomad copywriter.
Are you a freelancer or aspiring digital nomad that’s curious about working remotely with their pet? I chat to Angie about how she manages to work and travel full time with her super cute kitty, Stella.
I caught up with Cierra to chat about how Covid launched her freelance writing business, how she got her first client, and the best place she recommends to find work online.
Being an entrepreneur, creative, or freelancer isn’t easy. Sometimes you just need a quick piece of advice or inspiration from people who’ve been there and done that.
I recently interviewed Brooks Lockett, a fellow traveling copywriter. We chatted about what made him take the leap into the digital nomad lifestyle, and some seriously useful tips for people that are thinking about freelancing and traveling.
Earning $100k a year as a freelance copywriter can seem like an impossible task when you’re starting out. In this blog, I’ll walk you through how I consistently achieve this, and give you a framework to help you do the same.
Here’s a rundown of the exact tech gear and software I use to run my business and stay productive while I travel around the world.
It started as a simple idea (and yet another weird, late-night domain name purchase). Follow my journey to growing this blog from scratch to $1,000 a month in revenue
If you’re curious about the difference between Upwork vs. Fiverr for freelancers, here’s a quick comparison to help you figure out which one’s best for you.
My recommendations on the best books to help freelance writers, copywriters, entrepreneurs, and small business owners stay productive, learn new skills, and earn more money.
Getting paid as a freelancer means you’ll need to learn how to create and send invoices, follow up with payment reminders, and find the best apps and tools to help you save time. Learn the steps you need to take, PLUS my #1 tip on how to get paid as a freelance writer.
I talk with Kerry about how she took the leap into freelance writing, and what inspired her to work and travel.
I chat with fellow travelling copywriter Robbie King about goals, money, and how he juggles his writing work while journeying around the globe.
Remote work is now in high demand around the world. With more and more employers outsourcing their content and copywriting work to freelancers, there’s never been a better time to start working for yourself!
I’ve been a freelance copywriter since 2016. I earn a consistent $15-$20k a month while traveling, and many writers I know earn even more. Learn about getting started as a freelance writer here >>
Learn how to build your own affordable freelance writer website fast, using Bluehost and WordPress. Get started here >>
Software is essential for you to save time, get clients, and get paid as a freelancer. I personally use Bonsai to manage my contracts, invoices, and proposals.