I edit books from home and this provides a good income, however it took a while to get clients to trust my delivery and price accordingly. The way I did it was write a blog post every week for three years; you probably don't want to wait that long! The other way is to post on Facebook groups according to your talent, there is one for every skillset. Just answer people's questions on that one topic. Stick to one thing and make sure you know your stuff.

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Hi Amigraphics, thanks, but I'm fine with my book editing business. I already charge $66 an hour and am looking to increase my workload from past clients. I write those posts to attract authors  via website searches. There are few online jobs that pay well, e.g. I tried REVS and was earning about 20 cents a minute. Terrible audios.

There is never good pay on bidding sites; this how I got ideas for an author academy (current) and author supporter site. Leveraged income is best. Also, the more in a hurry you are, the more likely you might grab at the wrong thing. Take care, daycare mom.

Jennifer Lancaster posted:

Hi Amigraphics, thanks, but I'm fine with my book editing business. I already charge $66 an hour and am looking to increase my workload from past clients. I write those posts to attract authors  via website searches. There are few online jobs that pay well, e.g. I tried REVS and was earning about 20 cents a minute. Terrible audios.

There is never good pay on bidding sites; this how I got ideas for an author academy (current) and author supporter site. Leveraged income is best. Also, the more in a hurry you are, the more likely you might grab at the wrong thing. Take care, daycare mom.

Jennifer, you are charging an excellent rate and probably already know the best sites to reach potential clients, such as publishers, etc. Have you tried the

Editorial Freelancers Association

https://www.the-efa.org

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