Quick — where do recipes come from?
Like me, you may have thought that they just magically appear in a book. The cookbook writer (chef or foodie) camps out in his/ her kitchen for months on end, brainstorming and phoning for ingredients to be delivered… dirty dishes are stacked to the ceiling, and the dishwasher hums 24 hours a day.
No so. It turns out recipes are written and tested by writers.
“I sell recipes from $100-$400 dollars apiece plus the cost of groceries. I love it. Not only is it fun, creative and challenging, I get to study all kinds of food. Most projects are just plain terrific. I’m humbled by the amazing people I’ve gotten to write and work for.”
I think I missed my calling. If you love to cook (or just love to eat) and write, it may be the freelance writing career of your dreams.
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If you’re looking for writing gigs, you’ll have seen that many businesses advertise for bloggers. Unfortunately, the businesses which advertise are all doing so because they’re looking for cheap content.
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You can find clients who don’t advertise, but who pay well for blogging. Did you know that experienced professional bloggers charge their clients a minimum of $1000 per month, per blog? Consider that if a blogger’s working for 20 clients, that’s $20,000 a month.
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