Don’t give up because one editor isn’t interested in your pitch, query, or submitted work. There are dozens of reasons for rejection.
Setting yourself apart from other freelance writers in the world is a challenge, but not impossible. No matter how many guides you read, mistakes are something you have to be wary of, prepare for, and learn to overcome.
I didn’t realize what a productive year it’s been—or that it’s been a year already, for that matter—until I received my weekly productivity report from Grammarly.com.
In a previous article, I talked about whether or not freelance writers need a website. Today, I’m going to cover which one is better – a website or a portfolio? Should writers choose one, the other, or implement a combination of the two?
Employees want to embrace the same technologies they use in their everyday lives at work. Companies should use a keyless entry system allowing team members to unlock doors with their phone. There are many ways to use these mobile credentials to leverage a more connected workplace.
Today’s writing warm-up is about childhood memories and how they relate to sleep. Check it out!
I created this book series for my sons, initially, between 2009 and 2010. Back then, there was a real need for them given the amount of children separated from their parents who were serving during the Iraq war. I decided to re-release them to help children who may be separated from their parents for other reasons.
I want to update my Zazzle shop SOON. In the meantime, check out what I’m currently offering!
Visitors arrive to an office for a myriad of reasons. They could be showing up for a meeting, making a delivery or interviewing for a job. No matter their purpose, it’s essential for companies to implement a visitor management system for their office. Will this mean the elimination of receptionists or a reception area?
Today, I’m writing about how to use your LinkedIn profile to its fullest potential. Do you feel your profile may need a tune-up? Are you featuring clips for your most recent work in the sections of your work history? In this ever-evolving world of freelance writing, it’s critical we’re finding new ways to reach our target audience while simultaneously preventing ourselves from getting lost in the shuffle. We can achieve these goals with the right tools in front of us and I believe LinkedIn plays a significant role in making that happen. What do you think?