A Writer’s Electronic Signature

A Writer’s Electronic Signature

For the purpose of this article, “electronic signature” refers to the snippet of text – including your name – that you as a writer can add to just about everything that leaves your desk and gets sent out into the world via the internet. For example, you can add an electronic signature to the end […]

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Should You Self-Publish with Lulu?

When self-publishing and print on demand comes to mind the company that most writers first think of is Lulu. Lulu.com is a site that allows you to publish books and ebooks as well as other material such as music, comic books, cookbooks, and more. There are pros and cons to using this and other self-publishing […]

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How to Get Your Creative Writing Juices Flowing

How to Get Your Creative Writing Juices Flowing

If you want to be a successful freelance writer, whether fiction or non-fiction, creativity keeps you productive and adds an element of fun and the unexpected to your profession. Creativity can help you turn an average story into an exciting tale, it can help you turn research material into a fresh and original article, and […]

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How to Create an E-book

How to Create an E-book

With the increased popularity of electronic devices, such as the Kindle, Nook and the iPad, e-books are more popular than ever. This presents a great opportunity for you as a writer to publish your own e-books. Whether you write e-books and self-publish them or plan to ghost write for companies, there’s great potential for fiction, […]

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Starting a Freelance Resume Writing Business

Freelance writing is a rapidly growing business as more people want to start working from home. Freelance resume writing is becoming more popular since more people are in the process of looking for a new job or making a job. Some job seekers have put in years with a particular company, so they haven’t had […]

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Managing Multiple Clients with Multiple Deadlines

When your freelance writing career starts rocking and rolling, it can be fun! Once you start learning how to market yourself and start getting word of mouth referrals it can also get very busy.  But when you’ve suddenly got multiple clients with various deadlines, it might be difficult to keep it all straight. Here is […]

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Improve Your Writing Skills

A writer who writes for a living (part time or full time) should continually work at improving his or her skills. You can be at the top of your game and still continually boost your skills so that your writing gradually improves and so that you continually enjoy the process of crafting with words. Here […]

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Building Residual Income with Freelance Article Writing

When you begin freelance writing, there are many choices to make about the type of writing you want to do. Most freelancers want to write articles that have high upfront pay; it pays the bills and provides you with immediate compensation for your work. The other form of earnings involves putting in the work and […]

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Ghostwriting Tips to Sound Like Your Client

Business ghostwriting can be a profitable venture. By writing as someone else or as the voice of a company without your own byline you can get paid a good sum on a regular basis. People who hire ghostwriters do it for a number of reasons. Maybe they can’t write well. Maybe they don’t have the […]

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Tips for Using Twitter to Promote Your Writing Business

Tips for Using Twitter to Promote Your Writing Business

Are you on Twitter yet? If so, are you using it to help you further your writing career?  There are several ways you can use Twitter to promote your writing business and to benefit your career overall. Read on for some advice for using Twitter to your advantage: Follow Others This seems like a no-brainer, […]

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