Here’s what we discussed on the blogs this week…
I’ve had several queries this week about “standard” rates for writing projects.
I cover this in detail in Devilish Writer: How to Charge What YOU Want, and Get PAID, so here’s an excerpt…
I’ve been thinking about creativity this past week, and I’ll be discussing it in this week’s issue of the ezine. As freelancers, we tend to pay lip service to creativity, rather than doing it.
We’re freelancers. We don’t want to get hired full-time, do we?
Just in case you do want that, here’s a useful infographic on how much social media marketing jobs pay: the Social Media Jobs and Salaries Guide.
Publishing can be a lonely business. Self-publishing even more so. If you’re writing for the Kindle platform, going it alone is stressful. How do you promote your ebooks so that they’re found?
There’s a lot of junk in the Amazon Kindle ebook store. This tends to upset folks…
My reaction to junk anywhere, has always been… “and your point is…??”
The Web’s packed with junk. So what?
Having trouble formatting your new Kindle ebook? You’re not alone. Help is at hand, however. Discover a brilliant new formatting tool.
Writing a lot scares new writers. The blog post gives you some tips to help you to write more.
I thought the content mills had faded away, what with Google’s Panda updates.
It seems not. Sadly. They’re still around.
Here’s how to escape from these writers’ ghettos.
Many writers write and sell ebooks. Here’s why: with billions of people online, those people want information, and they’re willing to pay for it. Discover how to sell your ebooks BEFORE you write them.