Discover how to increase your hourly rate by working less and earning more.
There are two ways for freelance writers to earn more money: Increase your hours or increase your rates.
At The International Freelancer, we show you how to ignore the former and embrace the latter.
So, let’s talk about getting paid better.
Before anything else, download this free report detailing the results of a research project into the secrets of six-figure freelancers.
And if that’s still not enough (because how could it be?), check out the articles below for specifics on making more, working less, and working smarter for better financial results.
These 70+ Publications Pay $1 A Word (And They’re Looking For Writers) – 2017 edition
These publications pay $1 a word or more OR a minimum flat fee of $500.
The Ultimate Guide To Setting And Meeting Income Goals As A Freelancer
While external factors are certainly important, knowing what you want to earn and need to earn is essential in learning how to price yourself and navigating through your stage of freelancing.
Why You’re Not Making The Freelancing Income You Want
Here’s why you’re not making the freelancing income you want and some quick and easy ways to fix it.
10 Ways To Make More Money As A Freelance Writer
Is writing for national consumer magazines or landing a three-book deal with a major New York publisher the only way to generate a good income? Not so. Here are some other ways.
The Only Two Things You Need To Know About Negotiating Better Rates
These are really the only two skills you’ll ever need when you’re negotiating better rates. I discuss both in this piece.
The Ultimate Guide To Recurring Income For Freelancers
You don’t have to wait ten years to figure out how to be a freelancer who makes a regular income. You can start right now, today.
24 Financial Mistakes That Will Cost You Big As A Freelancer
Here’s a list of the top financial mistakes you could be making as a freelancer and how to fix them, fast.
Can You Make Full-Time Writing Income On Part-Time Hours?
Having a child was perhaps the best thing that ever happened to my productivity. In my first year as a writing parent, working part time, I made as much money as I had ever made working full-time. This is how.