Monthly Archives: August 2013

The Pros and Cons of a Writing Specialty

It’s an age-old question — as a writer, should I specialize? Writers feel pretty strongly about their choices, too. I know I’ve been “corrected” for holding my opinion, and I have done a bit of correcting myself, which I’m not … Continue reading

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Increase Your Writing Efficiency With These Practices

One of the tricks to profitable freelance writing is writing efficiently. Five Buck Forum member John Soares is a master of helping writers become more productive with his site ProductiveWriters.com. I think every successful freelance writer has some tricks up … Continue reading

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Increasing Your Writing Income

You are what you earn. There’s the rub, too — what if you don’t earn what you want to be earning? How do you get from that place you are now to that dream spot with the income that allows … Continue reading

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6 Writing Clients You Want To Avoid

Not all the people or companies that hire writers are great to work for – in fact, some make downright miserable clients. You can’t always tell in advance, but often there are warning signs or red flags. When you spot … Continue reading

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