From $2000 A Month to $2000 A Week

Allison Fleck
3 min readJun 19, 2022

It’s Growing Quicker Than I Thought

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When I wrote a few months ago that I was making $2,000 a month doing freelance writing, I was blown away by the potential.

But then I realized that a few short months later, I’ll be making $2,000 each week this month. This side hustle is growing much faster than I expected.

I’m still not at the point that I want to quit my day job, but I think it is time to think about the future more seriously.

I’ve picked up a few lessons along the way.

Find a Niche

When it comes to freelance writing, it’s important to find a niche that you’re passionate about. This will help you stand out from the competition and attract clients who are looking for writers with your particular skill set. Once you’ve found your niche, make sure to market yourself as an expert in that area.

Develop a Strong Online Presence

In today’s digital world, it’s essential to have a strong online presence if you want to be successful in freelance writing. Make sure your website is up-to-date and includes samples of your work. You should also actively participate in social media and networking sites related to your niche.

Create a Portfolio

A writing portfolio is a great way to showcase your skills and attract potential clients. When creating your portfolio, make sure to include examples of your best work. You can also include testimonials from satisfied clients.

Pitch, Pitch, Pitch

One of the best ways to land new clients is to pitch your services to them. Don’t be afraid to reach out to companies and individuals that you think could benefit from your writing skills.

Keep Your Rates Competitive

In order to attract and retain clients, it’s important to keep your rates competitive. But don’t undervalue yourself! Make sure you’re charging enough to make a profit.

Be Professional

When dealing with clients, it’s important to always be professional. This means meeting deadlines, responding to communication in a timely…

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Allison Fleck

Data analyst and life analyst. Proud maker of mistakes. A big fan of learning lessons the hard way.