This installment of my weekly writing advice column looks at when it might make sense to let an organization re-run your work for free.
Here are the 10 most popular posts that ran on WordCount during June, in case you missed them the first time around.
It is possible to make blogging on a personal subject attractive to a broad readership, as these bloggers in the 2013 WordCount Blogathon show.
A publisher loves your blog posts so much they’re going to re-run one on their site — but can they?
This WordCount guest post from author, blogger and writing coach Nina Amir explains how she turned an idea into a blog, and a blog into an Amazon bestseller.
This installment of the weekly advice column for writers looks at setting fees for ghost blogging services and other social media management.
It’s been two weeks since the 2010 WordCount Blogathon ended, enough time to ponder what I learned from blogging every day in May.
It’s here, the 2010 WordCount Blogathon, with more than 100 writers and bloggers posting every day in May. Follow the fun on Twitter at #Blog2010.
Give blog posts that didn’t get enough traffic the first time around a second chance as a “best of” post, either by itself or in a compilation.
When it comes to Twitter, does it feel like the parade’s passing you by? Don’t let the fact that 50 million people discovered it before you stop you from giving it a whirl. If you have a blog, Twitter is not only a good way to promote your blog, it’s also an idea factory you […]