Freelancing Accelerates Ahead!


 Freelancing Accelerates Ahead!

For the past five years, freelancers have been increasing steadily and at a faster rate than any other occupation in the United States. And according to a recent study by LinkedIn, they make more money than their traditionally employed counterparts - an average of $36 an hour versus $24.

In this post, we'll explore the benefits that freelancing has over traditional employment and give you some pointers on how to start living your own life as your boss!

##Writing from research 
When writing posts on information that is new or unfamiliar to your readers, it's important to do some research before writing. By verifying the information from multiple sources, you give your readers a reason to trust you.

This is especially true if you're writing about new or unfamiliar topics, since your readers won't have previous experience with those areas. When writing about a topic that the majority of your readers will already be familiar with, it's easier to just reference a source and keep the tone conversational.

One thing I like to do is write down the main idea that I want my post to convey in one sentence at the top of my document before I start my research. That statement should summarize what each section is going to cover and make sure that all your points tie together at the end nicely.

If you want to write a great article that develops its ideas and builds on them, it's important to have your topic broken down into its most essential parts. Instead of just writing about freelancing in general, you could break freelancing down into the different types of freelancers (like you see on Elance), or give a rundown of the different ways of setting yourself up as a freelancer.

##Writing for SEO 
People search for information when they have questions they want answered. To answer those questions, it helps to include keywords that people will use when searching for your content. This will make it easier to get your content in front of the people who are looking for it.

If you frequently write about a certain topic, you can use Google's Keyword Tool to find the keyword with the most search volume that is related to that topic. If you're just trying to figure out which keywords would be good for your post, I usually check my related post suggestions to get a list of keywords that other popular blogs are using in their content. You can also look at your competitors' keywords by using Open Site Explorer and Ahrefs.

After you've found some keywords, go through your article and see where you can squeeze them into the copy naturally. If you're unsure about how to do this, try using a tool like WordFinder to see if you have any obvious opportunities.

##How to write for your readers 
A great way to keep your readers engaged is by being as informative and helpful as possible while they're reading your content. It's important for you to understand the type of questions that people have when reading your articles - not only when they are looking for information about freelancing, but also in general.

For example, let's say that I write an article about the best ways to find clients as a freelance writer. Most people are probably looking for some good websites or ways to market themselves. On the other hand, there are also people who don't have a clear direction for their business and may want to read about different companies or organizations out there that can help them get started.

It's important to understand what you're writing about in terms of your reader's perspective. Answering your reader's questions and providing helpful information will go a long way towards making sure they get value out of your article and keep coming back for more of your content.

##How to write for the search engines 
Search engines are the best way for people to find your content. It's important to make sure that when people are searching for information about freelancing, your article is one of the first results that they see.

By using keywords like "freelance writing", "freelancing", and "finding clients as a freelance writer", you give yourself extra visibility in search engine result pages. It also helps if you use header tags (like H1s, H2s, etc.) for each of your main topics. This will make it easier for the crawlers to index your content and categorize it properly in their system.

Though search engine optimization is always important, it's even more so when you're writing about a topic that is outside your niche. When your readers are looking for information on a certain topic, they usually want to get their question answered right away. If you can get your article to the top of search engine results, it will be one of the first answers that people see when they have a question.

##How to write captivating headlines 
People skim through thousands of headlines every day, picking out the content that seems best suited to answer their questions (or just something that sounds interesting). You can never tell which ones will stick in someone's head long enough for them to click through.

Your headline is one of the most important pieces of writing in your article. It's what people read first, so it's important to make it engaging and attention grabbing. If you can get someone to click on it, that means that they're interested enough in what you have to say that they'll keep reading the rest of your post.

Good headlines convey who you are and what your audience will gain from reading your content. If you're a writer, part of your mission should be to represent yourself well as an author or blogger. If you can convey this through a catchy headline, your readers will be more likely to trust and enjoy what you have to say.

One of the easiest ways to come up with a good headline is by doing some research about similar posts on other blogs. Look through your social media feeds, and see what the top talking points in other people's articles are. Don't be afraid to give it a shot - try out some of those headlines, and see how they work for you.

##How to write irresistible titles 
Once again, people search for keywords and information when they have questions they want answered. The best way to answer that question is by telling them what your content is going to look like in as few words as possible.

Conclusion: When you're writing a title, ask yourself what the person reading it will be able to gain from your article. Make sure that your post is well-written and informative, and that you'll be answering their questions in an interesting way.

##How to grab people's attention 
If you're not getting as many reads on your articles as you'd like, try giving them a little bit of personality by telling your readers why something is worth their time. This could mean a few different things - maybe something in the title or the picture will give them some insight into what they'll get out of it.

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