Your Favorite Freelance Writing Resources

on May 14, 2008 in Writers' Resources
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I've seen a few posts in the freelance writing blogging community lately detailing lists of resources for writers (mostly online resources). Here are a few of those posts:

The tools and resources cover everything from learning about writing to getting paid. Here are a few of my favorites, some of which I've found indispensible:

  • Paypal - Because I focus on Web-based writing (not to mention Web-based sales of my own writing-related products), I can't imagine doing business without a Paypal account. While it's not perfect, I rarely have a client that can't pay me through their interface, and I love that I can simply use their debit card to remove the funds quickly (quicker to deposit it into a bank account that way than wait for the digital transfer).
  • NewsU.org - I was glad to be reminded of this site while reading the posts above. I used to use it quite a bit - it's a great place to learn about news writing (and I think most copywriters and content writers would benefit from something there). I'd featured this site on my old writing forums quite a while back (2006), and probably haven't visited in at least a year. It looks better than ever now.
  • Blogs - They're cheap to run. They let you feature your writing. They help bring search engine traffic to you. You can link them to your business site. You can use them to demonstrate expertise in a niche. I don't think there's a better tool out there for freelance writers at the moment.

So what do you think? What are the best freelance writing resources on the Web? Any tools for freelance writers to share that most of us probably haven't heard of yet?

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2 Comments

  1. Monika Mundell May 14, 2008 Reply

    Hi Jennifer,

    Thank you for linking to one of my posts on Blogging tips. I never knew about the second of your tools and will check them out. Thanks.

  2. Meryl K. Evans May 19, 2008 Reply

    Twitter — if you can manage it. Writing is a lonely business and twitter gives us the next best thing to working in an office with others. You stay connected and you check on your connections’ web sites/blogs.

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