“Where do I find freelance writing clients?”
It’s a question that plagues every freelancer at the start of their career. It’s a question I asked myself over and over again. It’s also the most common question I’m asked by budding freelancers.
Smart freelancers already know content mills and bidding sites aren’t a good option.
To establish and grow your freelance writing business, you need to find clients who know the value of a good writer and can pay decent rates.
When I started freelancing in 2008, content mills were the default option. Naturally, I started with them.
At the time, I thought I’d hit the jackpot. I couldn’t have been more wrong!
It took me years to break free from content mills and find better-paying jobs. Longer still to establish my reputation as a writer and charge premium rates.
I would have succeeded a lot sooner if I’d only known where to look for clients – the right ones.
Those years and my struggle isn’t something I want other freelance writers to face. It’s why I’ve compiled a list of “10 Surprising Places to Find Freelance Writing Clients”.
Not only have I used these places to find clients, but I’ve seen other freelancers do it too.
This report will teach you how to contact the clients you find in these places and show you how other freelancers have done it.
If you’d like to find out where to find the right freelance writing clients, just click on the image below.