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How I Partially Financed My Trip Around The World With Freelance Writing

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This guest post is brought to you courtesy of Shane Lee. Since (ahem) yours truly is a freelance writer as well (somewhat by accident too) I thought Shane’s story both a fun and inspirational one to share with you. I’d love to hear how you’ve gotten creative financing your entrepreneurial passion. Feel free to share your story in the comments below. I became a freelance writer...

Making Money as a Freelance Writer- WITHOUT Selling Your Soul to a Content Farm

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This is a guest post by the lovely Marina, on a few ideas she’s used successfully to make money as a freelance writer. The caveat- she does it WITHOUT selling her soul to a content farm, and guess what? You can too, yo! Please drop any thoughts or questions in the comments area below.  On June 16, 2011, TheFasterTimes.com posted an article by Oliver Miller, a self-described “content...

Lessons From Ike: Tips for the Battle-Ready Entrepreneur

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Woo! BGB is back online! If you dropped by at all in the last week or so, you may have noticed the unfortunate maintenance signs hanging around the joint. Me with my DIY’er mentality tried to fix a teeny design issue and ended up creating a much BIGGER design issue. In short, I broke it. Yes I’m a dork and that’s what I get for trying to tell myself I got skills. Heh. Anyhoo...

Success as a Freelance Copywriter – the Fine Art of Planning

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Halloooo BGB’ers! 🙂 How’s it shakin’? This is another post by guest author Chris Hoole and his take on why planning is the shiznel for freelancers. Diaries, efficiency, breaking up, not down… well, you’ll just have to read it sweetcakes and see what he has to say for yourself. Now make him feel welcome ya’ll.  You know what to do! (I hope.) Some people fall...

The 2011 Intention Intervention- Time to Bring the Awesome

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We’re just hitting our 2nd week into the New Year and I’m sure you’ve all been busy bees, jotting down your intentions to make this your year. Like the Best. Year. Ever. (RIGHT?!) Or don’t you believe in New Year’s resolutions anymore? That’s cool; I don’t really dig the term resolutions either.  Sounds too much like absolutions, which in my warped brain starts making me think I need to be...

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