Have you ever asked yourself how you see your medical writing business growing over the next 2, 5 and 10 years?
There are many decisions to be made and it can be hard to be sure which is the right way to go. But keeping faith with yourself, boosts your self-confidence and can help keep your attitude positive.
Email newsletter marketing is a vital business tool for your clients, but if you’re trying to build a professional health writing business, you need to have an email list as well.
LinkedIn is my favourite social network – more so than Twitter, Instagram for business – and even Facebook.
Is it time you raised your prices? The cost of living keeps rising. You’ve got new expenses, such as PayPal fees, credit card facility fees and software subscriptions. Your competitors’ prices are rising too. So it’s time.
Your years of experience aren’t valuable unless they help you to produce the best content – whether you’re writing about fish oil and prostate cancer, or blogging about health.
Whether you’re an expert or are just starting out, there are certain medical writing skills and attributes that great health writers need.
Here are four of the most important ways you can start to lift your health writing out of the ordinary.
If only I’d read this medical writer career description when I was a student, studying journalism at university. It’s highly likely I’d have been inspired to forge my medical writing career immediately.
Describing what your medical writing business does in 20-30 seconds harder than it seems.
What type of health writer do you want to be, and do you already have a niche?
As a health writer, I always feel a little guilty when I get sick. I somehow think I should know better.
Just how do you find medical writer jobs? There’s no easy answer, but these five tips will help you on your quest to find your ideal writing job.
I attended the recent Content Marketing Institute conference in Sydney, where some of the world’s best content marketing minds came together to share their secrets.
I know what you’re thinking: nobody wants to read your blog.