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Freelance Writers Turn To International Markets For Opportunities
By Tad Hulse
current freelance writing market is truly immense compared to what it
was just a few years ago. With the advent of the Internet and its ever-expanding
more than ever, there is an influx of several markets, like travel and
entertainment newsletters, and an assortment of E-zines. Many of these
you have sorted out your potential markets, read through all the writer's
guidelines and find a site that fits into what you're looking for, then
aspect of writing for the international market is that you must realize
you're writing for someone you do not know at all, and in turn, knows
writing an article, always pay sensitive attention to the aspect of
the reader. In other words, put yourself behind the reader's spectacles
I find that a good writer will make an effort to be simple. The age-old term of "less is more" comes into play here more than ever. There is no need to complicate the piece by churning out unnecessary jargon or unfamiliar, convoluted terms in hopes of sounding intelligent and articulate. The only person you will be impressing is yourself because if the reader cannot understand what your getting at, he or she is most likely going to stop reading. You can impress the most astute reader by simply grasping they're attention with a topic they were unaware of, or by just giving them insight on something they already knew, but in a different point of view. Keep it short, simple and to the point.
Even though the US is considered to be the largest English language market in the entire world (with Europe now following close behind), it is also the most competitive and probably the most difficult to sell any works. Writing for international freelance markets is not only a great way to increase your income as a writer, but a great way to expand your opportunities as well.
Tad Hulse is a freelance writer from Oslo, Norway.
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