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Magazine Freelance Writing Tips: 10 Basic Points You Should Know

Freelance writing has been the latest source of income for many youngsters. People tend to do jobs that can be easily done form home and does not need excess qualification. Especially the younger generations, who are in a grave need for some extra pocket money, content writing job is the best for them. After school or college the students get ample time to work on these kinds of project and earn some extra money.

When you are writing for magazines you need to be sure of the fact that you are providing authentic materials. You need to have a precise sense of uniqueness and you should be concise in your approach. A lengthy unusual column would not turn out to be elemental for your career. It might be full of informational resource but it would not be of much interest for the readers.

10 Basic points to be kept in mind for freelance magazine writing

  1. Making of a good bid proposal which you can provide to your client when they will ask to provide you your resume.
  2. The important thing which your bid proposal should consist of are; the sample works and the minimum qualification on the basis of which you will be handed this job.
  3. The sample paper which you are going to provide to your employer should be written in a perfect manner. You should not hurry and provide a normal sample paper. The only criterion is to have a good writing skill and you should thoroughly prove them that it is within you.
  4. Never bid for any kind of magazine writing. You should have a fix choice of writing preferences.
  5. Never go for any underpaid jobs. There are many magazine clients who would try to rope you with a less payment. Try to be negotiable and get whatever you are deserved to be paid.
  6. For newbies it is must to know that biding for any kind of job does not increase your chances to be highly paid. It all depends on your sample paper writings.
  7. Try to be concise when you are writing for a magazine. Don’t intermix between a magazine and a newspaper.
  8. Focus your mentality on the topic that you have been vested to write upon. Don’t deviate from the topic.
  9. Ask for more jobsonly when you can handle them.
  10. Your work should be free from plagiarism. So before submitting your work make sure that it is plagiarism free.
 
 

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