Tag Archives: #freelance

3 Reasons Why Freelance Writers Need Direct Access

Congratulations! You’ve finally landed the writing assignment of your dreams. It’s a meaty piece and will involve interviews with your client’s executive team members. All you need to do is go through the company’s marketing department (or PR agency) to get the interviews set up.

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For the Love of Laundry this Valentine’s Day!

I don’t know about you, but doing laundry is a real money maker in my household.  Not only does the occasional quarter or dollar bill show up in the lint trap, but my laundry almost always yields cold hard cash … Continue reading

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How to Beat the Birthday Blues

This post is a bit different from what I usually write. You see, today is my 49th birthday. That’s right. The year before the “big” one! While I happen to like birthdays, this one feels a bit major to me. … Continue reading

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First Responders Use Social Media on the Job

  I was pleasantly surprised when I opened up the Press of Atlantic City (the E-Paper, of course!) yesterday.  On the front page was a story about how police and fire departments all over South Jersey are successfully using social media.  … Continue reading

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Content Marketing and Social Media Thought Starters — November Issue of WRITE ON! Newsletter

Welcome to the November issue of the newsletter version of this blog — WRITE ON! Check out what’s inside for some thought starters on Content Marketing and Social Media. If you like what you see, please share it!  As always, … Continue reading

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The ROI of Employee Recognition

Please and thank you.  Ah, the magic words that we’re taught never to forget.  Using them is a lesson that’s drilled into our heads as we’re reminded time and time again to say “thank you” when invited somewhere special, or … Continue reading

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5 Steps to Marketing Communications Planning Success

    Very early in my career I remember being asked by a business team leader to create a new brochure for the product line he was charged with marketing.  I was new to the company, so took some time … Continue reading

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