Podcast

Episode One:

How You Can Get $7000 Writing Jobs From Freelancing Sites Like Upwork​:

How You Can Get $7000 Writing Jobs From Freelancing Sites Like Upwork by Week Of Saturdays

In this episode, we answer a question about making money as African writers in the global gig economy. Some of the questions we answer include: how to get started, turning your passion into long-term paid gigs, and building a lifestyle around your work.

Notes

In this episode, we answer questions about making money as African writers in the global gig economy.

Some questions we answer include: how to get started, turning your passion into long-term paid gigs, and building a lifestyle around your work. Here are screenshots of Kelechi’s Upwork profile, as shared in this episode.

Aspiring writers can contact editor@weekofsaturdays.com to pitch stories and guest posts to start building their writing portfolio.

Episode Two:

How Finding Your Niche Can Take Your Freelance Business From 0 to 100:

How Finding Your Niche Can Take Your Freelance Business From 0 to 100 by Week Of Saturdays

In this episode, Kelechi chats with Jennifer Tweneboah, a successful Ghanaian freelancer who deals solely on Food Content Creation. Jennifer shares her honest experience on Upwork and how freelancing created a new lifestyle for her to build on.

Notes

In this episode, we chat with Jennifer Tweneboah, a successful Ghanaian freelancer (on the side) who makes MAD money writing cookbooks and recipes for clients all over the world.

She shares her experience on Upwork and how she maintains client relations and a stable lifestyle. Here are screenshots of Jennifer’s Upwork profile, as shared in this episode.

Aspiring writers can contact editor@weekofsaturdays.com to pitch stories and guest posts to start building their writing portfolio.

Episode Three:

The Nastiest Freelance Job We've Had to Deal With So Far and How You Can Avoid Such:

The Nastiest Freelance Job We’ve Had To Do So Far and How To Avoid Such! by Week Of Saturdays

In this episode, we talk about the common client-freelancer experiences. From experience, Kelechi answers questions about finding the ideal clients, dealing with the worst ones and a hilarious personal story about her worst experience with a client. She gives very useful pointers for every situation and calls in for more voice messages!

In this episode, we talk about the common client-freelancer experiences.

From experience, Kelechi answers questions about finding the ideal clients, dealing with the worst ones and a hilarious personal story about her worst experience with a client.

She gives very useful pointers for every situation and calls in for more voice messages!