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  1. Archana
    09/24/2014 @ 09:14 AM

    Hi Ana,
    As a newbie, I was completely unaware from the freelancing. I just heard about the term but after reading this post I am getting true meaning of it.Such a informative post indeed,

    • Ana Bari
      11/14/2016 @ 15:36 PM

      Hi Archana,

      It was a pleasure reading your response on my post. Glad to be able to help and definitely delighted to see more enthusiastic writers like you. TC 🙂

  2. Creative
    11/23/2015 @ 11:10 AM

    I am a newbie to freelance writing. I enjoy writing fiction on life experiences. I have written several short stories and currently have a manuscript novel that I’m currently working on.

    • Elvis Michael
      11/29/2015 @ 11:46 AM

      Keep at it, Creative. What is your novel about? Be sure to let me know once it’s published (via Amazon, Nook, or other source) and I’ll take a look!


    • Ana Bari
      11/14/2016 @ 15:44 PM

      Hello Creative,

      I’m always excited to bump into newbies since I am also one of them, and just like you, I too have immense interest in writing on life experiences. Although mine are mostly prose writings, but I also love writing poems. If you have a blog, please allow me to follow by referring it so that I too can improve my skill. Thank you. 🙂

  3. John Van Aarde
    03/07/2016 @ 06:11 AM

    Hey Ana, How are you? Great article I found your post in Viral content buzz. Just want to say you got a very incredible blog about freelance writing. Very informative! I will for sure remember your words and tips too. Im looking forward to keep in touch 🙂

    • Ana Bari
      11/14/2016 @ 15:47 PM

      Hello John,
      It is always a pleasure to get compliments and if my article could help you in any way then I’m more than delighted.

  4. Ryan Biddulph
    10/10/2016 @ 11:20 AM

    Hi Ana,

    Good stuff! Follow a niche you feel passionate about. I love writing so freelancing is a natural fit. I enjoy my work. Even though I do less freelancing jobs these days I still love to sit down and churn out articles for clients. That’s the key: loving what you do, and what you do loves you back. Because you will practice writing, eagerly improving your skills while other folks sit on the freelance sidelines, just trying to make money with the gig. Thanks for sharing!


    • Ana Bari
      11/14/2016 @ 16:00 PM

      Hi Ryan,
      Thanx for your kind comment. I went through your blog and I must say it is one pretty interesting and definitely inspiring. It had always been my earnest dream to travel across the world, seeing places, meeting new people, making new friends and possibly learn a bit too 😉 . but apparently dreams cost a lot more than we assume 😛 . I find real comfort in writing and would really like to get some tips from an expert like you. Cheers. 🙂