Freelance writers are writers who work on a self-employed basis. They can write for just one client or for many. Freelance writers typically work from home, make money, and may or may not choose to relocate to another location (like a coffee shop) whenever it suits their needs. Most will work outside of a main client’s office. They may also work irregular hours based on what suits their schedules (e.g., if they have family needs or hobbies, they’re able to work around those).

Freelance writers almost always rely on the Internet to send and review writing projects, which is why they’re location-independent. Most freelance writers enjoy complete freedom in their schedules and get to decide what types of projects they’re willing to take on, often based on their own interests.

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