Thursday, May 29, 2008

The $60 Guest Posting Gig that Took 20 Minutes

I wasn't going to post today, but my guest post was published on FreelanceSwitch, so I thought I'd pass some info along on this cool site.

Remember a little bit ago when I told you that guest posting pays -- well in this case it paid double. Not only did they pay $60 for the post (snatch!), it pays in traffic too because this is a really popular, traffic-driving freelance site. It only took me about 20 minutes to put this post together (I can write about marketing in my sleep).


FYI, if you don't know about FreelanceSwitch, they are a freelance portal that offers insightful articles by some of the top graphic designers, web designers and freelance writers on the web.

They have a job board (mostly design and techie-type creative jobs, but some for freelance writers and bloggers too); a really cool forum with topics like "Freelancing in Tokyo" and "How to tell someone their website sucks?"; podcasts; and tools and resources for freelancers.

It's one of the top freelancing sites on the web -- and they published little ole me. They may have gotten the short end of the stick, but they can't take it back! I'm simply thrilled.

Enjoy the post, Attn Freelance Writers: How to Get More Work from Existing Clients.

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