Edited to note: This e-course has since been archived, HOWEVER all of the material is still accessible (and greatly expanded upon!) in the other programs more recently created in the SaganMorrow.com School

A couple weeks ago, I released a free social media tips e-book. And then a couple days after that, my business book for freelance writers and editors was published.

And now I have ANOTHER special announcement… a new online course for freelancers!

Set Yourself Up For Freelancing Success: How to ROCK Your Freelance Business is a brand-new course that I am currently creating for freelancers of all kinds who want to take their business to the next level. 

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Working from home is one of the best things ever. I love that I can start my workday within 5 minutes of rolling out of bed if I want to, and that I can basically get work done any time of the day, any day of the week, when inspiration strikes.

When you work from home and have your own business, you tend to spend A LOT of time in that workspace. And that is why it is so important that your workspace is one that speaks to you and that you genuinely love to work in. I figured today would be a great day to share some home office improvement tips with you!

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Thinking about starting your own home-based small business or becoming a freelance in the new year? One of the key things you’ll need is a dedicated home office! This article shares 5 home office tips for freelancers to help you out…

Here are some tips for how to create your home office:

  • Get more workspace than you think you will need. You will inevitably want to spread out and have a binder open while you work on your computer, or look at several different materials simultaneously. Consider a two-tiered approach, too: a standing desk and a sitting desk,

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Here on the blog, we talk a lot about how to be successful with a freelancing business, and why freelancing might be a great choice for you.

What do you do when you think that perhaps freelancing is NOT right for you, after all? If you're unsure about whether making the leap to start your own business was right for you, ask yourself these 7 questions. Click on the article to determine whether or not you should continue as a freelancer! ~ small business tips ~ home-based small business ~ freelancing tip ~ freelance writing business ~

But… what if you start a freelancing business, and it’s not going quite as you planned, and you start wondering if maybe you should have stuck with a traditional 9—5 office job after all? What about when family members or former colleagues inevitably question whether you can actually pay the bills, and you’re forced to admit that money is getting pretty tight? What about when contracts fall through and you lose out on work you were counting on?

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This is SUCH a tough question. When you own your own business or you’re a freelancer, it can be challenging to assess when you’ve taken on too much work, and when you can still add more to your workload. How do you know when to say "no" to more work? This article explores the questions you NEED to think about BEFORE turning down work. Every freelancer, small business owner, and blogger should consider these questions when weighing whether turning down more work is the right choice for them. ~ freelancing tips ~ freelancer tips ~ business tips ~

Here are some questions you should ask yourself if you’re hesitant about whether or not you should turn down a project:

  • What’s your financial situation like? Can you afford to say “no” at this point? What if another client backs out at the last minute? In your first six months to a year of freelancing,

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With my new book on The Business of Writing & Editing coming out in just a few weeks (squee!), I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the business of freelancing. Find out the 18 traits you need to be a freelancer in this article! Assess whether or not freelancing is right for YOU by considering these key things. * freelancer tips * freelancing tips * freelancer traits * freelancing traits * freelance business * freelancer writer *

I adore freelancing and it was one of the best choices I ever made. Of course, freelancing isn’t for everyone! But it might be for you. If you’re thinking about becoming a freelancer, these are some things to take into account before you make the leap: the 18 traits you need to be a freelancer.

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Last week I was at a potluck where some of the people I was enjoying dinner with, upon learning that one of the things I do as a freelance writer / editor is to manage social media for clients, began asking me how I go about marketing a business on Twitter.

People should know better than to ask me these kinds of questions and expect it to be left at that 😉 Naturally, I needed to write a blog post addressing this question! Find out how to use Twitter for business in this interesting & practical Q & A session about Twitter! If you are new to Twitter or want to find out how you can most effectively use Twitter to market your business, this article features a few of the key questions and answers from a social media manager that will be helpful for you when creating your Twitter strategy.

Click here to get your free e-book of social media tips!

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***Launch team opportunity is now closed***

I’ve been working on a special project for many months now and I am SO delighted to finally announce it: I am launching a new freelance business book!


The Business of Writing & Editing: Practical Tips & Templates for New Freelancers is a step-by-step guide for planning, launching, and succeeding with your freelancing business. Business book for freelancers --- The Business of Writing & Editing: Practical Tips & Templates for New Freelancers. This book is a MUST-READ if you are thinking about becoming a freelancer! ::: freelance tips ::: freelancing tips ::: beginner freelancer

It covers all the things I’ve learned for what to do (and what NOT to do) to be a successful small business owner, plus plenty of templates and ideas that you can start implementing right away so you can build your own successful freelancing business!

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Grab your checklist for preparing to work from home full-time

I absolutely love being a small business owner. It is the perfect thing for me!Is starting a small business right for YOU? Read this article to find out the top 4 questions you MUST ask yourself before launching your own business! ~ small business tips ~ being a small business owner ~

But that’s not to say that owning a business is right for everyone—and it’s not something you should just jump right into. It requires some careful thinking and assessment of your character.

Wondering if you should start your own business? Here are 4 questions you NEED to ask yourself before you make the leap:
1) How much do you enjoy the field that you will be working in?
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I love blogging. I’ve loved blogging right from when I first started blogging, nearly eight years ago. But I didn’t think it was something I could do for a living until I started the Elite Blog Academy last December.Do YOU have what it takes to be a professional blogger? Find out the top 5 things you need to have to be a professional blogger in this article! ~ blogging ~ blogger ~ blog tips ~ be a blogger ~ professional blogging ~

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Since then, I’ve been thinking a lot about what it takes to be a professional blogger—besides a love for it, of course.

If you want to become a professional blogger, here are the top five things you need to have (besides the obvious passion for the work!):
1) Dedication and time.
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