Wednesday, November 12, 2008

The #1 Way to Make the Most Money as a Freelance Writer

The latest issue of Inkwell Editorial's newsletter, How to Start a Successful Freelance Career, was published today. The topic, maximizing your freelance writing income.

I've been at this since 1993 and I'm constantly amazed at how my career evolves and how much more there always is to learn. Learn from my mistakes and insights. I divulge the #1 way to make more money as a freelance writer -- as well as some other sage advice.

How to Make $12,000 a Year from Your Blog

I've been a little lax blogging here, which I talked about in this post.

But, I appear three times a week over at Read the latest posts, a two-part series here: Blog Marketing: How to Make $12,000/Year from Your Blog, and here: The $12,000/Year Blog Marketing Campaign Explained.

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P.S.: Where are all of the freelance writing jobs? Find out in the 2008-2009 Freelance Writing Jobs Report

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Lori said...

Yuwanda, for some reason I'd lost track of you, but I found you again thanks to a link in Kimberly's blog! How are you?

Great post. I have a friend who might benefit from it especially.

Yuwanda Black said...

Lori, you can always find me right here. I'm busier than a bee at a Sunday picnic on a hot, sticky afternoon!

I hope things have been just as busy for you!

Glad you found me again. Stay in touch :-)