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Do You Have A Vision For Your Freelance Writing Business?

  Write a Vision Statement that means something.   One of the ways that Merriam-Webster defines the word vision is “the act or power of seeing”. I love that. Creating a vision for your freelance writing business is to have the power to see your future. I know, I know just because you can “see” it doesn’t mean that it will come true. But if you never look ahead and plan ahead you will become […]


Ep 24 Setting Goals For Your Writing Biz with Lany Sullivan

Here we are, this is the last episode for 2014. I couldn’t think of a better time to have Lany Sullivan as a guest. Her insights into goal setting will help you throughout 2015 and beyond. I know you may have decided on your New Years Resolutions but have you actually created an actionable plan to help them become a reality? Where should you start? First, grab Stop Wasting Time and Burning Money and read […]


Recipe for Marketing Success Through Your Blog with Chef Dennis & Carolyn Capern

  Listen to the podcast Do I really Need a Blog for My Writing Biz?   I know, I know you are tired of hearing how important a blog is to your marketing platform but IT IS. Your blog gives you the opportunity to get your message out to your audience, build your platform and more than any other reason that a writer should have a blog is that it improves your writing and helps […]


Blogging: Building Viral Connections with Your Audience Guest Marc Ensign

Listen to the podcast here: Blogging  is Your Chance to Use Your Super Writing Powers For Good Marc Ensign was the guest this week on The Writing Biz. I truly enjoyed our conversation. While you may think that we strayed from the topic of blogging, I don’t believe we did. I hope that what you get out of this episode is a sense of how important your blogging experience can be to your audience. Your blog […]


Special Book Marketing Avenues with Charlotte Pierce

Listen to the Podcast: What is a Special Book Marketing Avenue? Special Book Marketing Avenues move your books outside of traditional avenues such as bookstores, book fairs and more. Often these types of opportunities are very targeted and can help you gain a loyal audience in your field or genre. Suggested Special Book Marketing Avenues Libraries Schools Colleges Corporations Churches Associations Special Events Conferences Workshops Special Marketing Promotions If you have a  book for young children […]

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