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Category Archives for Gig Economy

Top 10 Websites for Freelance Writers who Want to Make Money Fast

So you want to know the top 10 websites for freelance writers who want to start making money immediately? Maybe you’ve been struggling to get jobs and put yourself out there, but you never seem to find the right websites for freelance writers. Heck, you don’t even know where to look. 

I get that feeling. I remember how I felt when I got my first paying gig. This was months after writing free of charge on many websites. The thrill that comes with that first credit alert can’t be explained.

I want you to experience it too. When you’re new in the business, it can all seem very daunting. No worries! I will show you how you can shorten the process to getting your first payment.

In this article, I’ll be sharing with you, 10 top sites that make it easy for you to kickstart your freelance writing career. I’ll also be making some recommendations for you. 

Don’t get confused. These are not websites that will pay you to write. However, most of these websites are websites you should be using regularly if you are serious about making money immediately.

Some of them will put your work out there before the right client. Some will give you a platform to see those who will need your service. And some will serve as a portfolio for you to write and publish, in case a prospective client wants to see what you have done in the past.

Awesome right? Let’s dig in.

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12 Weekend Business Ideas for the Busy Professionals

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I know a lot of busy professionals who would give anything to start a business by the side, but don’t have the time to do so. Is that your story? What if I told you that there are profitable businesses you can do just during weekends and still thrive?

Having worked in the bank for a while, I know what it is to be busy. Though I wanted to run my own business by the side, my daily schedule did not give me any breathing space. Unfortunately, I never did start any business until I finally quit my job.

Professionally speaking, it is always better to start and grow a business while still working. That way, you can test your new product or service and get feedback. You will equally validate the business idea, and start generating income before you quit.

Thankfully, your case can be different and better than mine. Sure! If you play your cards right, you can start your business and grow it to a reasonable extent before you quit your job.

Are you a bank executive, a lecturer, a doctor, a dentist, a lawyer, a research consultant or an engineer? Do you want to start your own business but have always thought it was an impossible feat because of your busy schedule?

Not to worry, below are 12 weekend business ideas that every busy professional can explore:

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7 Timeless Productivity Tips for Every Work From Home Entrepreneur

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The home is a comfort zone and the setting encourages laziness and relaxation more than it does work. This is why working from home can be quite challenging and requires great effort, discipline, sacrifice, and focus. Coupled with other challenges, not everyone can successfully make a great career while working from home.

But there are those who can fit in their work schedules into their regular home life. Presently, I work at home, and I am still very productive. Below are the tips that I applied. They can help anybody to increase productivity while working from home.

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These 5 Freelance Jobs Are More Popular Among the Millennials

Working as a freelancer has continued to be on an increasing trend over the last decade and millennials seem to be a big part of the reason for it. About half of the millennials have freelance jobs. That is a great proportion of the US population especially when we consider the fact that the millennials are now the largest generation of the U.S. workforce (about 38%). What is more striking is that the number is predicted to increase as Millennials grow and further dominate the workforce.

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