Saturday, January 31, 2015
You go through your work days feeling tired or drained of energy and keep wondering why. When your partner suggests that you have been snoring and that is probably keeping you awake, you start looking around for a solution. You most probably talk to your friends and family members and asking them for their opinion. Only someone with previous experience… Read more about this.
Monday, June 16, 2014
Having the passion to write can do a lot of wonders online. If you want to write while earning, you should know the right process of creating your blog. Through this way, you do not only gain a lot of online audiences or readers but you also enjoy the benefits of gaining advertisers and income. The first thing that you… Read more about this.
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Whether you’re in a position to take advantage of one or both of the above, here are a few steps to turn news stories into publishing success: Watch television and read newspapers from a marketing perspective and look for media trends. Every day for at least a month, watch as much television news and talk show programming as you possibly… Read more about this.
Friday, March 14, 2014
Research your subject and use that knowledge. Author Bill Warner, whose articles on model aviation have appeared in publications in the United States, England and France, does extensive research before interviews. He refers to related newspaper and magazine articles, press kits and the person’s Web site, if any. He also talks to people who may know the potential interviewee. All… Read more about this.
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Most writers consider the ability to work at home to be one of the most positive aspects of freelancing. You can get up when you want, work wherever you’re comfortable and wear what you like. Working at home also means having more time to spend with your family. “I love being with my children every day,” says Shirley Kawa-Jump, who… Read more about this.
Monday, February 3, 2014
Great posts are hard to do consistently on a day-to-day basis. Probloggers really have to work at it. I thought about all the different ways and angles a blogger can approach choosing posting topics. Here are 101 different ideas that I think are great to stimulate your mind and jumpstart your blogging. Brainstorm by matching up your readers wants and… Read more about this.
Monday, February 3, 2014
Nicole Burnham Onsi, a freelancer in the Boston area who specializes in bridal-related topics, makes an effort to stay up-to-date on the bridal industry by reading magazines and lurking on message boards where soon-to-be and recent brides post their experiences. She then often takes an “evergreen” topic and gives it a new twist. “You’ll notice that most bridal magazines do… Read more about this.
Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Recently, I made a seemingly off-topic post–”Would You Still Trust These People If You Knew These Secrets?” It hasn’t gotten a lot of attention yet for a number of reasons–off-topic for this blog, etc. While the content was off-topic, the process for creating that content was very, very on-topic. Imagine that this blog was about consumer rights. Then, the post… Read more about this.
Monday, July 11, 2011
A Little Background A few years ago, I read with interest the obituary of Bob Hope, one of the 20th Century’s legendary American entertainers. It was in the obituary section of The New York Times newspaper and you can read online here. Bob Hope’s obituary was well written, reflecting a tremendous amount of research, covering his life and contributions spanning… Read more about this.