Product sampling isn't just for tangible items. Help your writing business with a little sampling of your own.
The fourth quarter is no time for desperate strategies. Take some advice and make the end of the year a time for careful tax planning.
Choosing a good publication from a potentially delinquent one is key when it comes to receiving payment for your work.
As the market shifts and publications die, freelancers need to know how to set competitive fees.
Protecting your home business from natural disasters means taking normal precautions and communications to the extreme.
Freelance writers need reliable information, but they often lack the resources and organizational skills of a publication's editorial research department. Jeffery Zbar outlines six tips to turning vast stockpiles of otherwise latent research data into powerful snippets for your stories or leads for future pieces.
During slow times, be adventuresome: Explore new freelance opportunities, branch into niche publications and investigate different areas of expertise.
As the dot.com world shifts, you may lose some of your current freelance jobs. But don't worry, there's still a silver lining for those who want it.
Query letters can make or break a writer. Here are tips on how to write the perfect query and land the ideal freelance job.
Maximize your work productivity by choosing a space and furnishings appropriate for your work style.
If you decide to leave the corporate world and start a full-time freelancing career, you'll need to know how to obtain good health insurance.
Although e-mail can be a time saver for writers, never underestimate the power of etiquette in the age of the Internet.
Many freelance writers are used to flying solo, but opportunities abound for those willing to form a partnership with other writers or editors.
'Tis the holiday seasona time for gift giving, celebrating with friends and family, and year-end tax planning.