Michelle V. Rafter
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Taking the 30-day Blogathon challenge is a great way to start a blog. Here are some easy steps to get a blog up and running.
The prospect of writing every day for a month can be scary – but it doesn’t have to be, as one Blogathon veteran explains.
Make a list, set a timer, turn off distractions, work more hours — and other tips for gettting work done when you’re under the gun.
Compiling a book largely comprised of photos takes careful planning and budgeting, and concise writing, as freelancer and author Paul Vachon explains.
Sign up today for this free community blogging challenge to post every day in June. Read this to find out more.
A Canadian writer explains how the event jump started his freelance career in this first in a weekly series of Blogathon success stories.
Turns out slideshows are tougher to tackle than you’d think. But there are simple ways to lessen the sting.
The most grueling assignment aren’t as bad if you’re working with the right people, plus other good reads from this week.
Freelancer and author Mark Pendergrast explains his approach to revising his book, For God, Country & Coca-Cola, for the second time.