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Archives for March 2014

Freelance Writing Jobs for the Week of 3/31/2014

Note: Some of these jobs, although freelance, may be location specific. In those cases, the location is listed. One observation as I went through this week’s job listings … I’m running across more and more gigs that want writers who can produce content that goes viral. There’s even a new title I saw in one listing that I’d never seen before — viral content blog writer. …

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Quick Tip for Freelance Writing Success

lHere’s your Quick Tip for Freelance Writing Success for this week . . .

Update Your LinkedIn Profile

Last week, I received the following email from one of my contacts on LinkedIn. This prospect wrote:…

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Freelance Writers: 3 Money-Making Tips To Adopt In 2014 That Could Explode Your Income

When I search for topics related to freelancing on social media sites, I use the hashtags #freelance or #freelancing. This is really a two-part phrase; the silent part of it is #business. So, what does this have to do with the title of this post?…

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How to Market Your Self-Published Ebook (Part IV): How to Effectively Use Your Blog to Sell Your Ebook

The most successful way I have been able to sell my ebook has been through my own blog. My women’s health site, Garlic And Lemons, has attracted women from all over the world who primarily are looking for natural approaches to addressing their problem with uterine fibroids.

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Freelance Writing Jobs for the Week of 3/24/2014

Note: Some of these jobs, although freelance, may be location specific. In those cases, the location is listed….

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Quick Tip for Freelance Writing Success

Here’s your Quick Tip for Freelance Writing Success for this week . . ….

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Freelance Writers: How to Travel for at Least 3 Months at a Time & Keep Your Earnings Consistent

The what I call “on the go season” is upon us. I know many are still stuck in snow and ice, but spring officially arrives tomorrow and before you know it, you’ll be digging out those shorts, bikinis and flip flops. And many of you can’t wait to hit the road. I know the feeling all too well! :-)…

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How to Market Your Self-Published Ebook (Part III): How to Sell (More) Books on Amazon

The following is a guest post by Halona Black.

There is nothing like the excitement of uploading your first ebook on to Amazon. I found it to be a validating experience to see my work on the same virtual shelves as some of my favorite authors.

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Freelance Writing Jobs for the Week of 3/17/2014

Note: Some of these jobs, although freelance, may be location specific. In those cases, the location is listed….

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Quick Tip for Freelance Writing Success

Here’s your Quick Tip for Freelance Writing Success for this week . . ….

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Self-Publishing on Kindle: How to Get Your Ebook Published When Amazon Flags It for Possible Copyright Infringement

Amazon refused to publish one of my ebooks when I first submitted it because of possible copyright infringement. Of course, I was able to prove that I was the original creator of the material and the ebook was eventually published. Following is some insight into how this can happen, and what to do about it if it does.

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How to Market Your Self-Published Ebook (Part II): Boot-Strapping It — Putting Together a Low-Cost/No-Cost Plan

by Halona Black

Part I of this series focused on some of my own mistakes I made when I wrote, self published, and began marketing my first ebook a little over one year ago. This post will focus on the process of creating a marketing plan using as many free tactics as possible. …

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