Freelance writing is not just about huge, glamorous projects. While I’ve done work for mid-sized to large companies, most of my work lately is with smaller gigs.
For some time I thought it was a bad idea to blog for companies like Sponsored Reviews or PayPerPost, but I’ve had a change of heart. Blogging for profit is still freelance writing, and as long as I’m picky (I make sure not to spend more time than the pay deserves), why not do it?
Google PageRank is talked about a lot, but I’ve decided to ignore it. After “fixing” my blog to their standards, my PR of 3 was never restored. Besides, freelance writing means (to me anyway), that I get to write for whoever I choose. I get to decide how I make money. Google’s method wasn’t putting money in my pocket, so I’m moving on.
What does that mean for you, my loyal readers? Take a good look at my disclosure policy, and know that I will write honest reviews (whether or not I label them as sponsored posts). I’ll do my best to accept reviews that have some relevance to the theme of Crayon Writer, and I’ll try to keep them balanced with non-sponsored posts.
Does freelance writing include sponsored posts for your blog?