The freelance writing profession is alive and well. With nearly every business of every trade relying heavily on online traffic, there’s a need for quality content creators to fill the void and help businesses rank. While freelance content creators are a dime a dozen, nurse content creators are a rarity–but oh so necessary.
Credible healthcare content is so important that Google demands the highest standard of written content to prevent the spread of misinformation. So if you’ve ever been curious about exploring your passion for writing and healthcare, now’s the time to do it!
I recently had the pleasure of chatting with nurse healthcare content creator Janine Kelbach, founder of Savvy Nurse Writer, a company that shows nurses how to create their own freelancing businesses. Janine mentions on our call that she started freelancing as a way to take control of her schedule and create a healthier work-life balance–something you can easily do as a freelance content creator!
If you’ve ever been curious about becoming a healthcare content writer, but have your reservations, check out these most frequently asked questions about the profession:
- Who hires a freelance healthcare content creator?
There are a wide range of businesses that require the help of a freelance nurse content writer, including:
- Pharmaceutical Companies
- Digital Agencies
- Health Agencies
- Medical Businesses
- Medical Journals
- Research Institutes
- Specialists, and more!
- How do freelance content writers find their clients?
There are several ways in which healthcare content creators find clients. From networking, cold calling, websites, and word of mouth, finding clients isn’t too much of a challenge, if you’re looking in the right places. One thing that can help your chances is having a strong online presence!
- What kind of health writing projects do nurse content writers take on?
The world relies on the internet to work, socialize, and thrive. Therefore, the internet has provided a world of possibilities for content writers. Nurse content writers may be hired for any of the following projects:
- Health Blogs
- Online Courses
- Social Media
- Case Studies
- Presentations, and more!
- Do nurse content writers only with local clients?
No! The internet connects clients from all over the world! So if you’re not having luck in your local community, don’t be discouraged, you can work for anyone, from anywhere!