How I Went From $13/hour to Over $50/hour As a Writer

The two things that made it all possible

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When I first started as an online writer, I was desperate to get work.

Like many starters, I found my way to Upwork. I applied to a couple of jobs and finally got a translation gig that paid $13/hour.

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Fintech and VC writer crafting clear copy to clarify content and convert costumers. www.kjellv.com

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Kjell Vandevyvere

Kjell Vandevyvere

Fintech and VC writer crafting clear copy to clarify content and convert costumers. www.kjellv.com

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