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Easy steps to publish your ebook for Kindle readers

Don’t panic. You wrote your ebook, had the ebook professionally edited, polished the ebook to a gloss and you feel ready to publish that ebook to Kindle’s self publishing site for Kindle readers and Amazon customers. Don’t panic. There’s a learning curve to self-publishing electronically via Amazon’s Kindle, but Kindle has the largest market share […]

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Newspaper writer sells writing on talk radio for authors

Sell your writing. Turn a newspaper career into a profitable writing and broadcast career, even in the middle of an economic disaster. Fran Silverman did it. Marketing is her biggest asset, though she’s an accomplished writer and talk radio host, too. Her success reflects deep experience in her niche, extreme organizational skills and a purposeful […]

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Steps to becoming a freelance expert on any topic

One way to become a successful freelance writer and sell writing regularly is to become an expert. How do you become an expert? Position yourself in front of a lot of people with facts, opinions and news about your platform, or topic. Expertise, being an expert, is largely a perception on other people’s part. That […]

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How to Travel Free and Make Money, Too

Travel writing is timeless and will always be a viable freelance market. Almost every type of publication dedicates at least a bit of space to travel. Why? Because it’s human nature to seek adventure, to escape from daily grinds and to explore our world. If you intend to break into the travel market, don’t think […]

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Break Into Freelance Travel Writing for Money

Get in perfect form, then look to women’s and men’s magazines, children’s magazines, newspapers, Web-based publications and trade magazines directed at professionals like teachers, doctors, or lawyers. Scan the listings in Writers’ Markets or Writers’ Weekly and you’ll see what I mean. But no matter how eager an editor might be, she’ll reject poor-quality submissions.

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