This is part two of a two part series answering commonly-asked freelancing/writing/editing questions from my inbox.
Hello again! Welcome back.
Last time, I covered these 15 questions:
- “Is it really okay to e-mail someone as an ‘interview?'”
- “How do you deal with rejection?”
- “What do you do to feel more professional when working from home?”
- “What field of writing brings in the most money?”
- “Most important skill as a freelance writer?”
- “How do I figure out my rates?”
- “What’s been your biggest challenge owning your own freelance writing business?”
- “What’s a question you’re tired of answering?”
- “Do you know a place online anywhere that fellow bloggers/editors hang out? I’m feeling really green and I could use some camaraderie…”
- “How do you get rid of an annoying client?”
- “I think my rates are too high for the company I’m interviewing for – should I lower them or keep them the same?”
- “Do you ever write sponsored guest posts for clients looking to promote their product/service?”
- “Why don’t you use ads/affiliate marketing on your site?”
- “Why do editors sometimes accept a pitch but then reject the post?”
- “How can you tell when a client’s going to be no good?”
This time, I’ll cover 15 more! Sound good? Good. Here we go! (Feel free to scroll to the questions/answers most relevant to you).