Monthly Archives: October 2011

Small business guide to effective marketing strategies. It all applies to writers too.

Whether you are marketing your writing or a new fangled yo-yo, marketing strategies are the same for most small businesses. You just need to insert your business into the model. The goal of marketing is to attract customers who want … Continue reading

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How to be worth following on Twitter

If you decide to participate on Twitter, it’s important to know how to be worth following. Without followers, there’s little point joining the conversation. Here are some suggestions on how to be worth following:

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What? Organize my office?

It’s difficult to write with my desk piled high with papers and books; and, at times, even the floor becomes heaped with books too. I’ve learned to accept it most of the time. After all, that is the nature of … Continue reading

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Freelance writing: ways to survive…

It’s inevitable that there will be ups and downs during your freelance writing career. The trick is to enjoy the ups and weather the downs. In fact, enjoy the downs, too, because those are the times that give you the … Continue reading

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