Archives for October 2016

Self-Publishing Advice: 2 Things Every New Author Should Do from Day One

The answer to the title of this post can be found in the ‘Conclusion‘ section of this post. Before you scan down to that part though, let’s start from the beginning….

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Freelance Writers: How to Write MUCH Better Copy

Next month, I’ll be turning my attention back to getting my internet marketing site up. I’ve dibbled and dabbled in internet marketing since 2008, even publishing an internet marketing newsletter for a couple of years geared toward newbies….

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Freelance Writers: 4 Reasons to Brand Your Blog & How to Go About It

The following is a guest post by Jennifer Brown Banks.

There’s no doubt about it — most freelance writers recognize the benefits of blogging to help build a platform and elevate their online status. This is substantiated by the fact that there are over 33,000,000 “writers blogs,” according to the results of a recent Google search.

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Self-Publishing / Ebook Writing Tournament – An Easy, FREE Way to FINALLY Get Your Book Done!

Six years ago this month, I spearheaded an ebook writing tournament here on Inkwell Editorial. When I looked it up, I couldn’t believe that it was this month all those years ago – total coincidence, or maybe not. The universe does have strange ways of speaking. Anyhoo, as I explained in the link just above …

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Why Instructions Can Make or Break Your Relationship with a New Freelance Writing Client

The following is a guest post by Laura Pennington.

Getting the right instructions from your client at the outset of your relationship is essential for being able to work together not just on this project but well into the future. There are four primary reasons why instructions can make or break your relationship.

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