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Join me every Wednesday at 10am Eastern time, when I'll tell you about a new work from home business or job. Learn what is required to do it, how to do the job, and how to market yourself.
Freelance writing is one of the most popular online careers, for people who want to make a bit of extra money. With the amount of content that is put out everyday, it's little wonder people think this work from home job is easy to do.
However, it is easy to get caught in scams, low paying jobs, and a perpetual scramble trying to find clients. This episode will teach you how to get started, finding customers and other details.
Here is an example of a portfolio page for a writing website.
And be sure to check out this post about working with Elance and other bidding sites.
If you like this, visit my website, Be Happy Working at Home.
Have a great day, Dan
Content is KING! Between content marketing, ebooks, blogs, and self-publishing there is always someone looking for help with writing. If you are a talented writer or have an eye for detail and can help with editing, stepping out as a freelancer might be the perfect side business for you. In this Launch Talk episode, I speak with Melanie Lundheim of Good Copy Fast and Shannon Janeczek of PublishSavvy to get an inside view of starting a profitable freelance business as a writer and edi
Guest is Bobbie Thomas "Today Show" style editor chats about her just released new book THE POWER OF STYLE
The Power Of Style is a special breed of style book that combines a self-empowerment philosophy with practical and accessible fashion advise. A nationally recognized authority on fashion, beauty, and lifestyle topics, Bobbie Thomas believes it is essential that women first discover who they are on the inside before they can accurately reflect that self through their outside fashion choices and that, ultimately, these choices can affect everything from job opportunities to relationships and beyond.
This week’s “Writing through the Year” journey takes us to the theme of “Simplifying.” I thought it would be a good opportunity to talk to my editor about how she clarifies and simplifies and “clears the clutter” from my writing. She’ll offer basic self-editing tips and suggestions for spring cleaning your manuscript.
Even though I edit manuscripts for other people, I always have someone else edit my books. Not only do good editors catch typos and continuity issues, but oftentimes they see something about books that writers themselves have missed.
This is from Dan's page. It kind of says it all. Can't wait to speak with him. "Home for Amalgam Publishing and its regional anthologies. A blog for readers, writers, thinkers, and artists of all kinds juxtaposed with the musings of an northern Californian independent author and literary consultant. Seeking frothing-at-the-mouth fans."
Michael is a regular guest on the show and the editor of SouthBayFoodies.com.
He's a native of Atlanta, GA and has been living in Southern California since 2003.
Michael has been reviewing restaurants in and around the South Bay since 2008. The focus of South Bay Foodies is to cover food news and restaurant news for the residents of El Segundo, Torrance, the Beach Cities, and the greater Los Angeles Metro area.
On South Bay Foodies, you'll find recipes, recaps of epic meals and announcements for local food events. You can find out more about Michael and his food adventures at www.SouthBayFoodies.com.
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“COMMUNICATING ACROSS THE VEIL”
Rev. Dr. Anya Anne Smith of Tahlequah OK has been in communication with her beloved husband Harry since he passed May 27, 2007. Anya Anne’s project/dissertation is on communicating across the Veil. She and her husband have written the book Soulmating Our Journey of Love Through Cancer and Beyond describing their lives both when Harry was here on Earth and now across the Veil. Anya Anne says, “This has been and still is a humbling experience for us. Our Teachers say that we are experiencing this so that we can teach others with one on this side and the other beyond the Veil. The rest of the Journal and the sequel tell this part of our amazing story.”
Anya Anne also says, “the companion workbook Live in the Now is the tool for us to guide and teach others in workshops and on-line.
We now have a website couplesacrosstheveil.com where we are connected with others who are interested in Communication Across the Veil. And now we are adding this radio show Communicating Across the Veil, which will reach a worldwide audience once a week. I will share my experience and expertise. Then I would like for you to share your experiences, comments and question. I encourage you to interact with me live or contact me at our website couplesacrosstheveil.com.
We hope you enjoy the show and become a part of this Sacred Community.
Rev. Dr. Anya Anne Smith
Harry Smith, Always with us in Spirit!!!
Real Sisters welcomes NY Times Bestselling Edgar Award-nominated and Dilys Award-nominated author Susan Elia MacNeal to the family table. Susan is the author of the very popular Maggie Hope Mystery Series from Bantam/Random House. The second book in the series, Princess Elizabeth's Spy, was a NY Times Bestseller and was chosen by Oprah.com as a book of the week.
The third novel in the Maggie Hope series, His Majesty’s Hope, will be published on May 14.
Susan has been an editor at Viking/Penguin and McGraw-Hill and was associate editor at Dance Magazine. Her writing has been published in The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, Fodor’s, Time Out New York, Time Out London, Publishers Weekly, Dance Magazine, and various publications of New York City Ballet. She’s also the author of two non-fiction books.
Join Real Sisters as we get to know the author Susan Elia MacNeal and her new book, His Majesty's Hope.
Ann Logue is a writer specializing in business and finance. She is the author of four books, Emerging Markets for Dummies (Wiley 2011), Socially Responsible Investing for Dummies (Wiley 2009), Day Trading for Dummies (Wiley 2007), and Hedge Funds for Dummies (Wiley 2006). She has also provided ghostwriting and technical editing services for books published by Bloomberg Press, the International Monetary Fund, and Pearson Educational Services. In addition to her books, Logue has written about industries, executives, and current events for Barron’s, Business Week Chicago, Newsweek Japan, and trade and association publications serving quilt retailers, scrap metal brokers, and university development officers. She is a lecturer in finance at the University of Illinois at Chicago, teaching both undergraduate and MBA students about corporation finance and international financial markets. And, she is a regular blogger on business and current events at Popdose.com. Her current career follows 12 years of experience in the financial markets as an analyst with Volpe Brown Whelan & Co., The Chicago Corporation, and Kemper Mutual Funds. Logue holds a B.A. in economics from Northwestern University and an MBA with concentrations in finance and accounting from the University of Chicago. She also has the Chartered Financial Analyst designation. She is a member of the CFA Institute and the Junior League of Chicago. She serves on the boards of directors of the League of Women Voters of Illinois. Logue was born in Youngstown, Ohio, has lived in San Francisco and Chicago, and travels extensively at home and abroad. Because of her love of seeing new places, she has a side area of expertise covering events in Chicago for Time Out Chicago magazine. Logue lives on the north side of Chicago with her husband and son. She enjoys swimming, reading, vegetarian cooking, and watching The Simpsons.
Hello and welcome to the show. This show is dedicated to Authors and Wriers. Its a SHOWCASE!! All are invited to come share your stories, experiences, tips and advice. Please call in to the live show (714) 464-5207, also chat will be available during the show or you can send in emails to firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to hear from you! We encourage you make connections and gain new insight and knowledge! Most important you get to SHOWCASE you book(s), talent, experiences and knowledge!!
Jimmy Franco Sr is a long- time educator and community activist who was born in in Texas and grew up in the Lincoln Heights area of Northeast Los Angeles. Jimmy attended California State University Los Angeles. Member of M.E.Ch.A. And did his graduate work in history. Jimmy obtained numerous educational credentials and taught in multiple grades, college and in prisons. Jimmy began writing in 1967 and wrote extensively on the Chicano Moratoriums and against the Vietnam war. The blog is to encourage and promote dialog and discussion on topical issues pertaining to the Chicano/Latino community.