To write effectively for a businesses, you have to understand where that business is strong, where it needs improvement, and where it needs to change direction. Showing potential clients that you understand the importance of these items can greatly increase your chances of landing long-term writing work.
Did you know there are more Spanish speaking folks around the globe than English speakers? And, they buy books, too!
Local chamber events allow you to naturally interact with local businesses. Rather than cold-calling a business, you get to know each other through meetings and networking events. Then, when you send a Letter of Intent (LOI) or a pitch, you are a familiar face with knowledge of their business!
THIS IS A GREAT ARTICLE! Getting a chance to publicly speak in front of a group of fans or fellow writers is a great opportunity for any writer. By following some basic guidelines, and avoiding certain pitfalls, you can make a great impression, and keep your audience enraptured!
The more repeat business you can cultivate, the easier your writing career will become. Use these ten tips to help you get more “YES” replies from editors you’ve written for in the past!
Q – Hi Angela If I decide to publish my memoir, what’s the bottom line on 1400 pages? Can it fit into one paperback volume? D.S. A – At BookLocker, our limit is 1,050 pages but I wouldn’t recommend a book that large. It would be very cumbersome for readers to hold while reading, and […]
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Editors are busy folks. They don’t mean to, but they sometimes forget about things they receive in email. A little tap on the shoulder now and again can help get your submitted work…especially if your nagging is humorous!
In this piece, I explain how I used the power of upfront, face-to-face communication (the kind that many of us have forgotten) to land a four-figure gig at a networking conference.
We are stirring things up here at WritersWeekly! Whoo hoo!! 1. The Success Story column has been replaced by our new Marketing Secrets column. Have you found a unique way to promote your freelance writing business or your book? We’d love to hear about it! See details by clicking on our guidelines link below. We […]