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Top 10 In 2009

Yeah, I’ve got stats! All sorts, many of which I pay no attention to at all. But once and awhile it’s fun to see which, in addition to the job listings, posts bring the most readers. Here are this years top 10:

  1. How To Land A Writing Job
  2. 11 Free Things For Writers
  3. What Should Your Business Card Say?
  4. BN Announces Nook, A Brand New Ebook Reader
  5. 14, 24, or 28 Places to Find Freelance Writing Work
  6. How to Create an Invoice for Your Freelance Writing Clients
  7. Job Postings Here Are The Tip Of A Great Big Iceberg!
  8. How Do I Break In? – Ask Anne, the Pro Writer
  9. Why You Don’t Land Freelance Writing Jobs
  10. How Do I Break In? – Ask Anne, the Pro Writer

There are few surprises here. Of course, I’m always amazed at how often creating invoices lands in the top 10. I forget how confusing things like that can be in the beginning.

I’m glad to see ebook readers is an interesting topic to the folks who stop by here. I think ebooks, ereports and the like are going to become every more important in the writing and publishing world.

Do you have a favorite article here that isn’t listed?


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{ 7 comments… add one }
  • As always Anne, your blog posts are a delight to read and offer a wealth of information for new and experienced freelance writers alike! I swear, I must have visited your blog at least four or five times a week and always found good things that I could implement in my writing biz. 🙂

    Keep up the great work and thanks again for all your efforts at keeping the writing community updated and informed!

    Have a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous 2010!

  • Very cool. Keep up the great work over this next year.
    .-= Jamwes´s last blog ..Maverick’s =-.

    • Anne

      🙂 or as my granddaughter says :3

  • Brian

    I guess you’re getting a lot of Google love if your 2009 Top 10 has six articles written in 2008.

    • Anne

      Interesting observation, Brian and one I’d missed. Yes, google is good to me. 😉

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