writers who blog
If you’re devoting more time to blogging, you risk eating into time spent on other work or your non-work life. Here are 10 suggestions for how to do it all.
If you’re looking to blog more, you have to cheat – as in take shortcuts. Here’s how to beg, borrow and steal your way to be a more productive blogger.
The 2010 WordCount Blogathon starts May 1 – here’s your guide to a month’s worth of blogging fun.
To mark WordCount’s 3rd annual blogathon, we’re giving away coaching, software and other fabulous prizes to writers who commit to blogging the entire month of May.
The third annual WordCount Blogathon kicks off May 1, when writers from all over team up to blog every day for a month. Registration’s open – are you in?
You want to start a blog but don’t know what to blog about. When picking a topic, consider what you know, what you want to know, what’s popular and what’s needed.
The 3rd annual WordCount Blogathon will see freelance writers blog every day in May. Help decide what new features should be added by taking this short poll.
We’re a dozen days into the communal blogging experiment known as the 2nd Annual WordCount Blogathon and so far the reactions of the participating writers are all over the place. Some are enjoying it, and others finding it harder than they thought it would be. Some are getting creative – Sue Dickman devoted last Saturday’s […]
Since announcing the 2nd annual WordCount May blogathon last week, no fewer than 34 writers have signed on to take the challenge of posting once a day during the month. I’ve added a few stragglers since the original list went up, so if you’re participating and are running a list of fellow blogathoners on your […]
What you’re reading marks the 100th post on this blog, WordCount, which I started as an easy and free way to post my resume and clips online where prospective editors could see them. Very quickly it evolved into a continuing examination of how online media is changing the business of freelance writing. I did a […]