About Meg Stewart

Meg Stewart is a writer and coach. With nearly two decades experience, she founded Freelance Ladder to teach the basics of SEO, technology, and freelancing to writers and business creatives.

The intersection of writing, teaching, and technology is her sweet spot.

She’s written/ghostwritten hundreds of pieces, including several e-books. Meg did freelance writing as for Survival Sullivan, Modern Survival Online, EveryDay Carry Experts, and had a viral article on ZeroHedge. For more about Meg Stewart view her client work here. Additional freelance writing clients include Writers Weekly, Redfin, Rev.com, VocalMatch, Freelance with Us, ListVerse, and more.

She’s been featured in Medium publications such as The Writing Cooperative, Data Driven Insights, Better Marketing, P.S. I Love You, The Startup, Middle Pause, Noteworthy, The Ninja Writers Pub, and her own publication, Freelance Ladder.

Meg currently offers private coaching to writers and business creatives who struggle with learning the technology needed to do business online. She also teaches tech, freelance writing, blogging and more for Ninja Writers, LLC, the best writing community on the planet.

Her current writing projects include a time travel novel, a fantasy trilogy, a series of freelance writing books, and a series of short stories called Where the Lost Things Go. The first in the short story series, Where Are My Pants?, is available on Amazon.

Connect with Meg Stewart @writewizard on Twitter, join the Freelance Ladder Facebook group.

To learn more about Meg Stewart, check her out on podcasts including:

Other podcasts featuring Meg Stewart include:

The Wayward Writers Podcast, guest

STOMP Middle Pause podcast, Episode 5, guest

The Write Brain Podcast , cohost

Meg Stewart is a proud affiliate for many of the tools and resources we recommend, meaning if you click a link for a tool and make a purchase, we earn a small commission at no extra cost to you.

Recommendations are based on experience with and knowledge of these companies and their products. We recommend them because we feel they are genuinely helpful and useful, not because of the earnings we may receive. Please don’t spend money on these products until you’ve thoroughly reviewed them and are confident they will help you achieve your goals. Read my affiliate disclaimer for more on this policy.


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