We all started somewhere. When I started, I knew it was possible to learn how to become a freelance writer from home, but I had no idea where to start. At least, no real idea of where to start. I taught college part time. I worked in a law firm part time. And I started doing a lot of research to figure out how to start freelance writing from how. I don’t refer to myself as a freelance writer, except on certain websites with a byline that provides me with contact information. I’ll save the story as to why I don’t call myself a freelance writer for another time. Instead, I want to provide you 10 freelancing for beginners tips that I would have loved to have when I first started.Continue reading
Facebook is a social media platform that so many of us LOVE to hate. Six or seven years ago, you had to get at least 25 likes to see the reach of any post. If you got over 100 likes, Facebook began to limit your reach unless you paid to boost a post or sponsor one. Then, they instituted a lot (and I mean a lot) of rules about what you could and couldn’t say. You needed an 80/20 graphic to word ratio. You couldn’t use certain words. Their targeting system, though, has always been really cool.Continue reading
I know it’s not much of an opening, but… The key to handling distractions while working from home is to remember the following:Continue reading
Social media is a powerful tool. As I’ve mentioned in the past, it’s the most effective way to show your The post The 10 Tenets of Social Media for Business (or Anyone) appeared first on .