6 responses to “The WordCount Bad Economy Survival Kit”

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  2. Jenny Cromie

    Michelle, thanks for doing a roundup of all these helpful posts. You have written a lot of very helpful information here. If you don’t mind, I’d like to mention this post of yours on my blog as a good go-to resource for other freelance writers!

    Thanks again Michelle!

    -Jenny

  3. Michelle Rafter

    Link away. For readers who aren’t familiar with it, Jenny has a great blog for writers called The Productive Muse. Check it out at: http://theproductivemuse.com/

    Michelle R.

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