More and more people are flocking to writing gigs than ever before because they think they could do well in a flexible environment that doesn’t limit their creativity.
After all, only content writers know the joy of watching the narrative transform into something truly meaningful and impactful. And with digital marketing paving the way forward, most brands rely on content writers to give them a unique voice that resonates with their intended audience.
But here’s the thing: Most content writers enter the profession for their love for the written words. While it won’t hurt if you have the best of degrees in English, Mass Communication, Journalism, etc., these aren’t mandatory for a job or a freelance gig in content writing.
As long as you’re a good wordsmith, you can get started with just your laptop and a decent internet connection. And while most experienced professionals understand this, newbies probably don’t.
But we’re not here to judge. We get how intimidating it can be to find work as a beginner in this field, especially given its ever-changing nature.
We’ve been there, and we’ve really seen it all because we’ve been a part of the industry for so many years now. But in all this time, the one thing that has surprised us is just how many scamme