Writing for offline publications is seen by many freelance writers as the Holy Grail. Similarly, it is seen as impossible to achieve unless you come complete with a raft of appropriate qualifications.
But in reality nothing could be further from the truth. In this interview with Carol Tice, a highly successful freelance writer, we discuss how you can write for offline publications with nothing more than a talent for writing and a lot of determination. Enjoy!
Here’s what you’ll learn by watching the above interview:
- Why variety is the spice of life when it comes to freelance writing
- Why freelance writing is so much more than just the amount you get paid
- The many reasons why working for content mills must be avoided at all costs
- The “low hanging fruit” method of getting started in freelancing
- One simple tip for getting samples when you have no clients
- The pros and cons of offline vs. online writing
- The standards generally required by offline publications
- Why formal qualifications are not necessary for offline writing
- Why no excuse is good enough to prevent you from becoming a successful freelance writer
- How to combat feelings of intimidation on writing for offline publications
- Why successful writing is so much more than just being a good writer