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The 2011 blogathon is over. Tune Twitter to #blog2011 on June 1 @ 10 a.m. PDT to see what 200+ bloggers liked, hated & learned during the May-long challenge.
Take this poll to make suggestions for making the next WordCount Blogathon month-long blogging challenge even better.
For the last theme day of the 2011 Blogathon, 200+ bloggers are using the Wordle tag-cloud generator to depict what topics they write about as a word picture.
It’s the ultimate Best of WordCount – a recap of my most popular posts ever on blogging, writing and running a freelance business.
This week, 200+ bloggers taking part in the 2011 WordCount Blogathon shared their favorite places to write – some of their top picks may surprise you.
To do great writing, read great writing. Here’s the great writing I’ve been reading this week: Sometimes it feels like the world is swimming in bad writing. It’s everywhere – press releases, email, corporate memos, academic journals, scientific papers, lawsuits, government documents, textbooks, text messages, and on and on. So it’s comforting to know that […]
The latest installment of the Dear WordCount advice column for freelance writers tackles how to choose a subject for a blog.
New York Times columnist Samuel G. Freedman and celebrity profiler Beverly Gray shared these winning interview strategies at the 2011 ASJA writer’s conference.
A few of the places I like to work are obvious, but the others, well, you’ll just have to read and find out.
A number of people in the 2011 blogathon are over 40 and blogging as part of a self transformation. I shared some of their stories in a post on SecondAct.com.