Introduction:Freelance writers are a rare and special breed. Not only do they have this creative streak, they are also business owners that understand "their bottom line." Because they understand their bottom line, they have a set of goals that is also rare and special.
Quality is always a goal of a freelance writer. A freelance writer will not be a freelance writer very long if they do not produce quality work. They are always revising and editing their work to insure it is the best it can possibly be.
Making money, like the rest of the world, is a goal of a freelance writer. Freelance writers always come up with new ways to make money. As writers, they know their possibilities are endless. Freelance writers are constantly hustling to get work.
Obtaining new clients, retaining previous clients and keeping clients happy are all goals of a freelance writer. This is how freelance writers are able to earn a living. This is a full-time job for freelance writers and, of course, they still have to write for those clients.
Freelance writers set goals as to the amount they will write. Some writers set daily goals and others set weekly or monthly goals. Whether the freelance writer has a "word goal" or "project goal," they must meet those goals in order to be productive.
Freelance writers set goals as to how to spin their ideas. Not all ideas are new. They are simply variations on old and used up ideas. Freelance writers must constantly come up with ideas and spin those ideas into more ideas.
Not all freelance writers are the same. Their goals will vary, but most will have to admit that these goals are on the list of what they want and need to accomplish.
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