Thursday, August 28, 2008

Freelance Writers: How to Prepare for the Busy Season

Summer is winding down and we’re about to head into the busy fall season. On Tuesday, September 9th, I’ll be posting a Fall Marketing Tutorial for Freelance Writers akin to the Summer Marketing Tutorial.

To that end, I want to know, what do you need help with, eg: pricing, marketing, how to handle clients, how to negotiate, which services to offer, etc. Now’s the time to send in your questions (info *at* I’ll incorporate them into the tutorial so that you can be fully prepared to bring in as much freelance writing business as you can handle.

Blog Hiatus: I won’t be posting next week. Monday is Labor Day and Tuesday starts Ramadan, so I’m going to take this last little break before ramping back up again on the September 9th. In the meantime, enjoy yesterday’s post over at, Freelance Writers: How to Prepare for the Busy Season (it’s time to start thinking about it).

Don’t forget to send in your questions for the fall freelance writing marketing manual. Answering questions in this format allows me to really answer in detail, which I can’t do on a daily or individualistic basis anymore.

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See you back here on the 9th, and enjoying the waning days of summer (can you believe it went so fast!)

Yuwanda Black, Publisher
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