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What Do YOU Want Here?

Whew! Leaving The Golden Pencil and converting AboutFreelanceWriting.com to a blog has been a trip. And truth be told, I’m not quite done yet. There are still articles that need to be updated and moved here or deleted. There are also a couple of tech details to sort out, but they’re minor. In other words, I feel like I’ve successfully moved and established the blog.

It’s now time to ask YOU what you’d like to see here. 

What information might I have, or be able to get, that would help you in your freelance writing career? If you could have anything at all to transform your freelance writing business into the huge profit center you’d like, what would that be?

Go ahead, let your mind soar. Post your wishes in the comments here, or send me an email or both.

  • Interviews? With whom? 
  • Free stuff? (Me too.)
  • Teleclasses? What topics?
  • What kind of videos (now that I have Flip)?
  • More about blogging, or books, or articles or… ?
  • ???
  • ??
  • ?

I won’t promise to do everything you suggested, but I do promise to consider it carefully and if I can provide it I will.

So dare to ask.

And thanks so very much for being there.

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  • I wouldn’t know what else to add but I enjoy the job leads, the guest posting, the resource links, and some of the pics. 🙂

    Michelle Kafka’s last blog post..What Key Factors Can Inventors Teach Freelancers?

  • The beauty of blogging is that there always seems to be more tech stuff to sort out. lol 🙂

    Personally, I’d love to hear more about your ghostwriting process with books as well, and the print side of freelance writing. A lot of us specialize in Web publishing and we focus on the content writing, blogging, e-books, etc., but I never see as much about things like freelance magazine writing. Interviews and advice on that front would be very much appreciated. 🙂

    Jenn Mattern’s last blog post..5 Things to Smile About as a Freelance Writer

  • I think you do a great job in touching on all those areas, Anne. I particularly enjoy the Ask Anne feature. It’s great for beginning writers because while we want to help, we’re not always answering their questions directly as you are. 🙂

    Lori’s last blog post..Murphy’s Law and Putting Your Foot Down

  • Isaac

    I like the advice stuff. Interviews with other writers, editors, and/or publishers would be good too. The resource days are also helpful.

    Isaac’s last blog post..The Office’s Definition of "Whomever"

  • How about the process you use to ghostwrite books? I’ve ghostwritten one article from a rough outline, but books seem like they would require much more than that.

    Also, how do you charge clients for ghostwriting? By the hour or the project? And how do you decide what clients to take on?

    As you may have surmised, ghostwriting interests me. 🙂

    Debbi’s last blog post..Quotation for the Week of March 22

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