Archives for February 2013

Ebook Marketing Tips: What It Takes to Sell a Helluva Lot of Ebooks Online!

Many freelance writers are dipping their toes into the self-publishing waters these days. It tickles me purple because I love it when freelancers take their careers into their own hands like this. Writing ebooks and selling them online couldn’t be a more natural fit for freelancers who want to expand their earning potential.

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8 Time Management Tips for Freelance Writers That Can Increase Your Income by at Least 25%

Between writing and self-publishing my own line of ebooks, putting out two newsletters per week (sometimes three); writing articles for my article directory; and working on and overseeing client projects; my writing days are full. Some days, it’s all I can do to breathe. And, I don’t even have the responsibility of children and/or a spouse!…

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SEO Writing Contract Package: The 10 Essentials Every SEO Writing Contract Should Contain

Like a lot of the ebooks I write, this one was inspired by the actual experiences of fellow freelancers. They usually write in explaining a problem they’ve had / are having with a client, and are seeking my advice on how to go about solving it. …

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The Copyright Infringement Ebook of Action for Content Producers: What to Do If Someone Steals Your Content and/or If You’re Falsely Accused of Stealing Theirs

Why I Decided to Write This Ebook

I decided to write this ebook for three reasons. …

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Ebook Marketing: A Facebook Conversation with a New Self-Publisher That Can Increase Your Ebook Sales

Recently, on New Media Words’ Facebook page, I had the following conversation with a budding self-publisher about marketing his ebook. He’d done a lot of upfront work – eg, writing 8 ebooks, setting up a website, registering domain names, etc….

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In addition to informative posts on freelance writing, we have a freelance writing bookstore that offers instructional guides on how to start or grow a successful freelance writing business.

In our bookstore, you will also find ebooks that teach you how to make passive income as a freelance writer – something every freelance writer should do to pad dry spells (hey, it happens to the best of us!).

Visit the Inkwell Editorial Freelance Writing Bookstore to get the help you need with every aspect of your freelance writing business (eg, SEO writing, marketing, freelance writing contracts, etc.).

And there’s more . . .


Peruse past issues of our old newsletter, How to Start a Successful Freelance Career, to give you an idea of the kind of content you can expect to receive from us. We no longer publish this newsletter . . . because . . . we now bring this kind of content to you weekly!

Like the newsletter, we give you concrete specifics on starting, growing and/or maintaining a freelance writing career. Read all issues from 2007-2008 here; and again, access the more recent archived content here. You’ll read about every nook and cranny of how to become a successful freelance writer.

We covered such topics as:

How to Make Money with Elance (June 2007);

How to Make Money Writing White Papers (Sept 2007);

How to Make Money as a Freelance Ghostwriter (November 2007);

How to Make Money Online (February 2008); and

How One New Freelance Writer Netted Enough Clients to Quit His Job in 12 Hours — Really! (May 2008).

We have also covered how to make passive income as a freelance writer, how to make $75,000 to $100,000/year as a freelance writer, how to make money freelancing for newspapers and so much more, ie:

**Interviews with freelancers on every niche of freelance writing — eg, bid-for-job sites, effective e-zines in which to advertise, freelance job scams, how to get — and keep — clients, etc.

Each issue came jam packed with first-hand information on freelance writing you won’t find anyplace else — just like the weekly content we bring you now!

Again, thank you for thinking enough of us to become a subscriber. Your information is safe with us; it will never be compromised (eg, rented, sold, leased, etc.) in any way.

Yuwanda Black, Publisher
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How Much Does It Cost to Start a Freelance Editorial Business in 2013?

Yesterday afternoon – about an hour before I started putting this newsletter together – my SEO writing company landed an ebook writing project. 14-day turnaround; 12-13 pages; roughly $750. Not bad for about three days of work….

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