I’ve been a freelance writer for over a decade. Many companies are here today, gone tomorrow. It can be a treadmill: get client, lose client, get client, lose client. You didn’t do anything wrong. They’ve folded or changed their “strategy”. FQF is different.
I get as many stories as I can handle. Some stories require phone calls to company customer - more... service lines to verify information. If you live abroad, be aware you may have to make those calls early in the morning/late evening. If you know you’ll have extra time in your schedule, message an editor to get even more stories. The editors are ... - less
ProsControl your schedule, if you aren’t loving an article you can pass on it, kind editors, CEO is fairly available, LONG-TERM freelance role(!), consistent work
ConsNo benefits (something to consider)