Since you’ll be spending most of your week on content creation, we thought we’d save you a few minutes of research by highlighting some freelance-specific articles for content consumption. Enjoy the following reading list for freelance writers!
How’s that for a controversial title? Apparently, it’s not just clickbait. According to a study done by Bonsai, 31% of women freelancers are paid late, as opposed to just 24% of men. The article contains some other eye-popping stats around freelance payments and is definitely worth a read.
Well, it’s official. Freelancers now make up over one-third of the U.S. workforce. This was one of the big takeaways from a recent Forbes article by Elaine Pofeldt, which dove into other details and trends from the gig economy.
Even if you’re not Canadian, there’s a lot to be learned from a recent study published by TransferWise, which highlighted some interesting stats on the challenges and opportunities of becoming an international freelancer.
One of the best ways to retain a freelance writing client is by being able to clearly demonstrate a positive ROI for the content you produce. Unfortunately, this is a skill that many writers lack. If that sounds like you, give this article a careful read-over.
Last, but not least, on our reading list for freelance writers is from Business2Community. Being a solo entrepreneur is tough. Aside from the workload, you’ve also got to aggressively market yourself to prospective clients. This helpful article by Miranda Marquit will help you do just that.