Kevin Gardner

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  1. Elvis Michael
    12/07/2018 @ 16:20 PM

    Thanks, Kevin!
    I don’t normally write for clients these days. But when I get the itch, sometimes i may choose a “fun” writing gig rather than a lucrative one.

    For example, I may happily write a piece for $5 if it’s only 250 words and I can write it in roughly 20 minutes or so. I guess there are many ways to approach this business, as you have also pointed out 🙂

    Thanks for your rocking input!
    Elvis

  2. V4B digital
    12/29/2018 @ 05:15 AM

    very nice article keep up the good work

  3. ARSHAD SHAIKH
    12/30/2018 @ 20:09 PM

    Hi Kevin.,
    Thanks for sharing your expertise., enjoying reading it best regards and happy holidays

  4. Ryan K Biddulph
    12/31/2018 @ 03:38 AM

    Kev, good tips. Like you Elvis, not actively writing for clients these days. 100% about promoting my eBooks. But still love writing for my blog and doing videos too. Gotta follow that passion and release that which you are not passionate about.

    • Elvis Michael
      01/28/2019 @ 19:52 PM

      Well said. I rarely feel motivated to write for clients, but thankfully the itch to write (in general) has never gone away.

      And keep up the great work you always perform — the books, the awesome ‘paradise blog’ and everything in between.

      Cheers!
      Elvis

  5. Aleaji Uzoma
    01/23/2019 @ 12:03 PM

    Nice tips Kevin.
    On a good day, money follows value. The more valuable one positions himself to look while pitching for their gig more income they’ll earn.

  6. Tanwir
    02/12/2019 @ 11:43 AM

    Hi, kevin,
    Aamzing article on freelance writing.