I didn’t have much of a plan when I started freelance writing full-time about a year ago. I was signing up to whatever leads I could find on sites like Elance and Odesk and wanting to build a portfolio that could simply get me more work. As a result, my focus was scattered: a resume here, a series of blog posts there, the ghostwritten eBook that is occasional.
This worked, in a manner of speaking. But I happened to be losing more bids than I happened to be landing—and the main weapon I experienced was to bid low and bid often. It was bad not merely for my own important thing but for the freelancer community in particular and I also knew it. Eventually, though, as I began to get steady operate in a couple of areas I realized that I had a background I could draw on that will allow me to specialize. Continue lendo “Finding your niche that is writing I Became an Expert Freelance Science Writer”