In this sponsored post, author and business writer Jodi Torpey describes two freelancers’ plan to free the web from poorly written copy and design disasters.
Check out this public Twitter list of more than 65 apps for writers that covers everything from file storage to self-publishing. Like it? Subscribe to the list.
The iPhone and iPad app that’s a combination of Instagram and Etsy lets people sell their own pictures on an online stock photo marketplace.
In this guest post, writer Elizabeth Joss explains how to use this popular productivity software, including helpful features such as tags, views and Web Clipper.
Here’s the transcript from the June 27 WordCount Last Wednesday chat on how writers are using Pinterest. Thanks to Hashtracking.com for the transcript.
Tune in today at 10 am Pacific time to hear how writers, bloggers and other freelancers are using the popular image sharing service. Follow the #wclw hashtag.
Hear how freelancers and other writers are using the image sharing network to advance themselves and their work. Tune in June 27 @ 10 am Pacific. Use #wclw.
If all goes well, this will be the last blog post I write – on my current office computer. I’ve used this eMachines PC for more years than I care to remember; it’s been at least five, maybe closer to six. A new hard drive and a few other essential upgrades have kept her alive […]
Read a snippet from a Q&A freelance writer April Choi did with me for Ebyline about getting paid to tweet, then follow the link to the original post.