Female entrepreneurs and executives are building fortunes and creating companies in many industries, from wholesale distribution to software development and everything in between. On July 11, 2018, Forbes released its fourth annual list of America’s Richest Self-Made Women, which tracks the country’s most successful self-made executive and entrepreneurial women by their net worths.
. . . this blog is still running fine. However, the rest of the site isn’t working right. It appears I deleted a plug-in that should have stayed. It was causing the site to crash. However, when I deleted it, the plug-in took nearly all the content. I looked in the “Add New” section to…
While researching, writing, and editing hundreds of thousands of words throughout my nearly twenty-year career, I’ve observed several fundamental practices regarding the craft. Because writers are working toward improving their business, it’s my goal to share them.
It’s the first of the month! July flew by – that’s crazy! Anyway, I have an update about my Zazzle shop. It’s been ages, so it’s time to dust things off and talk about what’s happening!
I’m currently reading C. Hope Clark’s Book, Newberry Sin. In this post, you can learn more about the book, as well as C. Hope Clark. Stay tuned for an upcoming review of the book!
I’m sorry about going missing! I’ve been buried in deadlines!
When you see a writer disappear from social media, do you wonder what’s happened to them? Are they writing? Do they have another job keeping them away? Did they forget to post? What’s happening?
We’re all looking for that “secret sauce.” Is there a magic recipe for selling our articles? Will our words win out over everyone else’s? If you’ve recently launched a blog or are selling content on a publishing platform, content marketing is a familiar term.
Have you ever read a blog that immediately pulls you in? You can relate to what the author is saying–almost like they’re reading your mind? As a result, you feel compelled to respond with a comment or by sharing their post? You might also go as far as bookmarking their post or using it as a link in one of yours in the future.
If you’re not working remotely full-time for a company, then there’s likely a niggling in the back of your mind—where am I going to find my next freelance writing lead? It’s a question novice, as well as seasoned freelance writers face. We have a steady stream of work from our anchor clients, in addition to one-off assignments coming in.