Wednesday, May 21, 2008

How One New Freelance Writer Netted Enough Clients to Quit His Job in Just 12 Hours

That's what's covered in this month's issue of Inkwell Editorial's newsletter. To read the last issue, click here. Then, subscribe to read this, the latest one. FYI, there's also a warning about what to do if you’re thinking abut moving your blog. Learn from my disastrous story.

There are also some freelance writing job leads, a freelance writing goals update (how are yours coming along?) and more, like a . . .

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Blog Topic Today: In my regular Wednesday slot at, I give you soome first-hand advice on why you must keep blogging in your old spot -- even after you move your blog. Read the article 2 Reasons You Must Keep Blogging at Your Old Blog When You Move to Another Domain.

As you know from my recent troubles, it ain't no fun to have your blog suddenly go down. You can also find out the lastest on WHY (I just learned today) in the newsletter.

Article Marketing Contest Update: No posts today. I have date night with my fiance -- and have simply run out of time to get more done (I did some this past weekend though, so technically haven't "missed" a day)!

NOTE: To repeat, I've left wordpress and will continue to blog here -- for at least the next three to four months, if not longer. This URL has good search engine juice, and until I can get my new blog established, I'm just gonna keep updating this one.

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