Note: My first job out of college was mobile technician at Apple’s Gran Central store. This post is not sponsored.
In this post I cover my experience on iPhone 12 Mini’s:
Writers and creatives depend on productivity for income. We get paid when we complete a project. While some of us are lucky enough to have retainer or subscription clients, 77% of freelance creatives charge per-project or hourly rates.
The demand for good writers is growing nearly as fast (or faster) than some engineering jobs. In the next ten years, content writing jobs will grow 11 percent and technical writing jobs will grow 8 percent.
The need for creative writing is also on the rise — millennials out-read older…
Whether you’re an aspiring writer or entrepreneur looking to publish a book for the marketing benefits — if you want a traditional nonfiction book deal, you need an agent. A literary agent represents writers to publishers and negotiates publishing deals on behalf of the writer.
In this article we’ll cover:
If you want to grow a serious writing business, you need to write proposals that showcase all that you can offer clients. The trick is —
selling results, not actions.
Sell views, clicks, downloads, conversions, and profit — not writing or editing.
More than a few times, after I send…
It’s the best time ever to be a writer. We have near unlimited options for income — blogs, freelancing, self-publishing, social media.
Many of the best opportunities for writers come from businesses — namely, tech businesses. Marketing, customer support, and engineering teams rely heavily on writing. …
I teach business workshops to many new and intermediate writers. Here’s the most common question writers ask—
How do I get people to pay me decent rates for my work?
There are a few caveats to negotiating better rates for your writing—whether you’re entering a new contract with a new…
Whether you’re a freelancer on a mission to build your own writing business, a founder looking to publish a manifesto, or fiction author ready to submit a short story—
You must learn the business of writing.
In this article, I share best-selling books and a few, lesser-known gems that have…
Most writers I know feel that networking and meeting new people is awkward and uncomfortable.
You can’t build a business without a network, and authors and writers are no exception.
And, networking doesn’t mean hopping around and shaking as many hands as you can at as many events as…