Monday, November 06, 2006

Q&A on Recent Article Marketing Case Study

I will respond to the questions I've received about my article marketing experiment later on today. In the meantime, following is some general information I've been meaning to pass along.

The 7th Annual Writer's Digest Short Short Story Competition is accepting entries! We're looking for fiction that's bold, brilliant ... but brief. Send us your best in 1,500 words or less. But don't be too long about it—the deadline is December 1, 2006. The Grand-Prize winner will receive $3,000 (that's $2—or more—per word).

FYI, most freelance writers know about this site. If you're one of the few who doesn't, get to know it -- it's a fabulous resource for freelance writers.

Writer's Market answers the age-old freelance question, "How Much Should I Charge?" Writer's Market (another must-know resource for freelancers) is most famous for the thousands of listings providing in each annual edition of the book.

BUT, there's another reason writers buy the book religiously every year, and that's for the "How Much Should I Charge?" article and freelance rates chart (document is a .pdf file). I've also answered this question in this blog before (2/28/05 post). Click here for my insight.

Writer's Digest Poetry Awards: Regardless of style—rhyming, free verse, haiku and more—if your poems are 32 lines or fewer, we want them all. Submit your entries by the December 20, 2006 deadline . . . and your words could be worth cold hard cash!

Remember, stay tuned for a post later on today addressing the questions I've received to date about my article marketing case study.

Hasta luego!
Y. Black, Publisher
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