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Free Educational Videos Help Unemployed Writers Decide On A Freelance Career

WEBWIRE, one of the top destination websites for freelance writers since 1997, has launched a free video tutorial series to help unemployed writers decide if freelancing part-time or full-time is an alternative career choice for them. The video tutorials help writers break into freelance writing and embark on a successful writing career.

The most popular question many unemployed writers ask about freelance writing as a career is, “How do I get started?” There isn’t a single answer to this question; there are many ways to get started. One such way is learning the tricks-of-the-trade via a video tutorial series, hosted by a professional freelancer.

Hosted by freelance writer, Joe O’Neill, and produced by founder, Brian Scott, each video chapter provides insights and answers into the most popular and pressing questions about freelance writing, such as: “How do I get started?,” “What do I write about?,” “How much do I get paid?,” “How do I find freelance jobs?,” “How do I market myself?,” and “Can I really support myself with my writing?” The newest videos teach writers about the pros and cons of freelance ghostwriting for clients, including understanding retention rights.’s video tutorial series contains approx. 60 video chapters, with a new video chapter released each week, covering a specific topic about freelance writing. Each video chapter runs between 3-6 minutes. In just one video chapter, writers can learn a lot about themselves and discover the inside tips of a successful freelance writing career. Writers can watch the video tutorial series at

Brian Scott founded in 1997 during his freelance copywriting career. Self-employed since 1996, Mr. Scott has worked as a freelance copywriter, PR specialist, graphic designer, and branding consultant. Writers always come to him for advice. “Every day I am inundated with questions about starting a freelance writing career,” said Scott. “Creating a video tutorial series is my way to help aspiring writers with difficult questions, and for me to give back to my community who has supported my website for so long.” still remains a completely free website for aspiring and professional writers, providing real-time freelance writing jobs, current writing contests, expert career advice, and daily news.

Scott also maintains a popular Freelance Writing Group, called


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