Every website needs content, but that doesn't mean it's easy for freelance writers to make enough money to "quit their day job." You might have a better chance of building a career using more than one platform that helps you connect with customers. I used plenty. This article covers some of the pros and cons I've encountered using Clear Voice and Scripted. Getting Started: Scripted or Clear Voice It takes time to get started with any platform for freelancers. A great portfolio of writing samples can get you noticed quickly, but it still takes time for managers and clients to notice the quality of your work. Like any other job.
You have to progress. If you've ever worked as a freelancer, this won't surprise you. So the question becomes, “How long will it take for me to get noticed and start winning projects that I like and that pay off well?” »In my experience, Clear Voice and Scripted give you very different answers to this question. You can't get started with Clear Voice Clear Voice allows you to employee data create a very professional profile for your freelance account. I like it enough to have used it many times to attract customers who weren't on Clear Voice. Your page gives you places to add: Your published content. Where you went to school and what degrees you hold.
A short blurb telling readers who you are. A longer bio that lets customers know about your interests and experience. Links to your personal website and social media accounts. A list of topics you can write about knowingly. Once you have followed all the steps, you have a beautiful profile. Unfortunately, that's where it stops. Maybe Clear Voice has so many writers that it's impossible for clients to find my page. Maybe they look at my social media posts and think I'm telling bad jokes. Maybe they see that I have a little long hair and I like gardening.