Freelance Writing: The Beginning

One of my new friends at SNHU changed my life… and potentially my future. She sent me an e-mail, which touched me to the very bottom of my heart. She remarked on my writing skills and suggested that I try ghost writing. She gave me a couple of sites to try. One of those sites was Textbroker.com.

This happened a month ago. A month later, I thought that I would write a blog about it. I’m not saying that I am an expect in this field. What I am saying, however, is that I’d like to share my experience so far and my hopes for the future.

But first, let me give you a brief overview. Textbroker is a content creation site. Writers can submit content. Organizations, groups, and individuals post writing jobs, which becomes available to the wider community at large.

Since joining Textbroker, I have written articles about a variety of subjects. I have written product descriptions. I have written blog articles. I have written reviews about restaurants and events. I have learned about Guinness products, retail positions, home organization, cleaning services, cat play structures, amongst some other topics. I have had to conduct research to learn more about the subject.

I am so thankful that writing for Textbroker is giving me the opportunity to refine my writing and research skills to create search engine optimized (SEO) articles. It’s only been a month and yet I’ve learned so much. I’m doing something that I enjoy — writing — and it’s wonderful. Doing this is giving me more confidence in my writing. I have high hopes for my writing future. I’m sure that Textbroker is the beginning of that long and windy road to publication.

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Hi! I'm Helen and I am a 32 year old biracial millennial mom raising two multiracial children. I am a writer, English consultant, and social media manager. I am a self-proclaimed chocoholic.

2 thoughts on “Freelance Writing: The Beginning

  1. I’m SO happy that you’re enjoying writing for Textbroker! It really is one of the best ways I’ve found to learn about freelance writing and gain valuable experience. Keep up the good work! =)

  2. Reblogged this on JulieAnn's Voice and commented:
    My fellow SNHU student has entered the world of freelance writing and I’m so proud of her! Every writer needs encouragement to find their voice, but once they do, the sky is the limit! =)

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