When it comes to sources, start out by playing by the rules, and if that doesn’t get you what you need, break them.
If you’re a self-employed writer, it’s easy to work all the time. Here are some simple ways to avoid freelance burnout.
The more people follow you on Twitter, the better you can use the social network to find sources and promote your work. Read on.
There’s no mystery to getting press coverage for an issue or event – just a lot of research, planning and patience.
If you’re spending too much time on meetings and not enough on work, here are some tips for cutting back.
What to do when you fall out of love with your blog.
With rates for blog posts all over the map, how do you determine what to charge, or accept? Here’s a few things to think about beforehand.
When it comes to covering science and technology, the well-known writing coach says to use plain language, proceed in logical order, and above all, be yourself.
This installment of the Dear WordCount weekly advice column tackles how to handle a group blog, including what to do when everybody wants in on the action.
Is it better to crank out blog posts in the white heat of inspiration, or wordsmith them a little before hitting “Publish”?