CHECKLIST: 13 Ongoing Marketing Tasks for Successful Freelancers
Nicely written, Tatiana. This is a very thorough summary of what freelance writers should be doing to promote themselves & their work. Marketing is not optional for us! Even talented writers who lack marketing skills will wither on the vine. Regards, Roy Stevenson (www.PitchTravelWrite.com)
– Roy Stevenson
Thank you, Roy! I greatly appreciate your comments. I would like to use this opportunity and thank you for the abundance of great marketing techniques that you provided in your blog. Thanks to your advice and encouragement, I finally got courage to write (and submit!) my travel articles. All the best in your writing and travel adventures!
– Tatiana Claudy
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