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Sharon Hurley Hall

Sharon Hurley Hall is a professional freelance writer and blogger. Her career has spanned more than 25 years, including stints as a journalist, academic writer, university lecturer and ghost writer. Connect with Sharon sharonhh.com.

Managing Freelance Income – 4 Tips for Tracking Money and Time

Managing Freelance Income Tips for Tracking Time and Money

Taxes for Freelancers - A Nightmare?

Knowing how to manage your freelance income is the first step to successfully running your own business! These tips for tracking money and time will help freelancers of all shapes and sizes.

Before the tips, a quip:

“Money is better than poverty, if only for financial reasons.” ~ Woody Allen.

Yes, you love working as a freelancer — but let’s face it, you need to make money. And you need to be organized about tracking your time, money, and projects.

Use these tips and tools to keep your income and expenses under control…

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Web Content Writers, Where Art Thou? How to Find a Writer

Finding a Writer to Write Web Content

Shakespeare: Not a Web Content Writer

Knowing how to find a writer is one thing – and finding the right web content writers is another story! Whether you’re a successful freelance writer with too many writing jobs or an entrepreneur who needs web content, hiring writers will ease your workload. Use these tips to find a writer you trust.

Before the tips, a quip:

“The time to begin writing an article is when you have finished it to your satisfaction.  By that time you begin to clearly and logically perceive what it is you really want to say.” ~ Mark Twain.

Mark Twain’s quip is about rewriting – which is the secret to good writing. If you’re nervous about finding and hiring writers, learn the secrets of good hiring by reading books like 96 Great Interview Questions to Ask Before You Hire.

And, here are four tips for finding a writer…Read More »Web Content Writers, Where Art Thou? How to Find a Writer