The TEFL Express qualifications that Groupon advertised in 2011 looked promising at first glance. However, buying courses online can be risky in any profession. The main problem is weighing up the cost savings of doing the course online against the quality […]
People Per Hour (and similar websites) are full of clients who need one-off jobs to be completed quickly. My business, Red Robot Media, advertises technical blogging services on the site. But the rates are often poor, so care is needed when […]
The Writer Beware website publishes up-to-date information on the latest scams that could affect writers. Follow the blog to get updates on publishers to avoid.
Absolute Write is a one-stop-shop for every writer that is dedicated to their craft. Explore the categories to find information on your own style; topics include NaNoWriMo and writing for children.
While many writing blogs focus on getting work, About Freelance Writing looks at the bigger picture. Anne’s blog offers helpful advice for new writers and seasoned pros.
A Blogger’s Books is a treasure trove of resources to help you become a better blogger. Explore the links to free ebooks and writing courses, and find information on paid writing gigs.
Submit your flash fiction story to 365tomorrows.com for publication. Stories are published within four to six weeks, providing they are well-written and well-edited.
Joe Konrath has built an awesome blog packed with information about self-publishing and getting a deal. Read more at A Newbie’s Guide to Publishing.
If you want to know how to make money blogging, you need to know how to get a job on Problogger. It’s one of the few freelancing websites that fulfils both of my main criteria when looking for blogging work: […]
I manage a team of five writers. We work with dozens of clients. Sending content by email is tiresome. Messages get lost, clients get confused, and sometimes we can’t find what we’ve created to bill for it. Thankfully, Zapier lets […]