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We all have a story — a key message we want to share with the world. Through her blog and corresponding radio show, Dorit Sasson helps writers, entrepreneurs and thought leaders build a trusting relationship with their audience so they can share their message and reach new levels of success.
Join Jessica Lawlor and the GetGutsy community to find inspiration and tips on how to step outside your comfort zone and go for your goals. A Reverse To-Do List: Kikolani is a must-have resource for business and professional bloggers who want to make their brands stand out. Michael Hyatt is the bestselling author of Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World , and his blog will help you do just that.
Read for tips and resources about personal development, productivity, leadership, influence and more. Recognized as a top entrepreneur and influencer by The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and even President Obama, Neil Patel is definitely a go-to guy for all things online marketing.
At Social Triggers, marketing expert Derek Halpern shares his best tips, strategies and scripts for growing your audience and making the sale. His techniques are data driven, using the latest finds in psychology and social behavior. Bernadette Jiwa says the secret sauce to great marketing is building context and understanding between you and your audience.
Read her blog if you see marketing as not just a department, but also part of a holistic — and successful — entrepreneurial experience. The Value of Unknowns. Getting published is hard, and it only gets more complicated with a rapidly growing and shifting industry. The Bent on Books blog is run by Jenny Bent and a team of literary agents. How to Fire Your Agent. Christine Frazier takes a scientific approach to writing a best-selling novel.
She deconstructs popular books to pinpoint the common elements they share. Follow along for insights on plot, word counts and character development.
Founder and author Jenny Bravo offers personal anecdotes and guidance for writers who want to take a leap into the publishing world. Best-selling author Jeff Goins created his site to inspire others to awaken to their creative gifts and develop their true voices.
The Secret to Effortless Writing. Stephanie Morrill knows a love of writing often starts at a young age. Weiland your writing and publishing mentor. With hundreds of blog posts, instructional e-books, and an exclusive e-letter, her website is the perfect place to find the answers to all your burning questions.
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Former publisher Jane Friedman explores the intersection of publishing, authorship, and the digital age. Non-fiction and freelance writer Lisa Romeo blogs on various helpful topics, like how to reclaim your writing life, get through troublesome pieces and navigate the business of writing.
Her biggest piece of advice? Write first, and read blogs second! Researching Literary Agents Part I. On Nail Your Novel, bestselling ghostwriter and book doctor Roz Morris shares her best traditional and self-publishing tips as well as musings on the writing process.
The team at Novel Publicity believes every story should be told, and have its own platform and loyal fans. With that core belief in mind, it provides guidance on writing, marketing and publishing.
Posts cover everything from social media strategy and book design to finances and author blogging. The Finances of Publishing. Her blog archive is a great resource for sound advice on how to find and partner with the right agent, hone your elevator pitch, write a query letter and more.
It took Kristen Kieffer two and a half years to finish her first draft — then she realized she had made every mistake in the book. How to Write a Book Series. Standoutbooks has tons of articles, templates, tools and resource recommendations for getting your book published and marketed to the max.
Writing Advice Is Bullshit. Established editor and industry insider Alan Rinzler offers advice on traditional publishing, self-publishing, landing an agent, marketing and more. What 4 Top Agents Desire in a Memoir. At The Kill Zone, you get access to the minds of 11 top suspense writers and publishing professionals. Each day brings new blog posts and insights into publishing, marketing and the writing craft. Navigating publisher and writing contracts?
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How to Turn an Idea into a Plot. First impressions count, and that rule still applies in the writing world. At 1st 10 Pages, writers can post the first 10 pages of their work, to be anonymously reviewed by established industry insiders. This Facebook group of nearly 10, traditional, self-published and indie authors has been around since The community also publishes three anthologies a year.
Check out their member guidelines here. Scribophile also hosts free writing contests and hosts an active forum. Learn more about Scribophile here. Over 27, writers of all levels of expertise have joined this buzzing community, founded by author Kamy Wicoff. At She Writes you can create your own profile, build your network, share your work, get expert advice and feedback and discuss all types of things in the forum.
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Here you can talk shop on everything having to do with writing and publishing, and you can submit your writing and ideas for reviews and feedback. To spotlight smaller blogs, Yeah Write hosts weekly writing challenges for nonfiction, fiction and poetry, and microstories.
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This guide will help your business thrive — not just survive. Yes, you have an amazing blog! All the winners actually, you have to offer something of value to have been recognized! Another great idea for writers to gain exposure is through writing contests like: This roster is indeed a worthwhile resource—difficult to find decent blogs related to writing. How awesome to see our community up there! Honoured and excited to be featured again. Thanks Marisol and all you other lovely people at The Write Life!
Thank you for having such a great website and for offering such valuable advice to our readers! Thanks for including my other site, FreelancerFAQs on the list! I was shocked and surprised when I found out! It was tough to narrow it down this year, but we still love your website! Cheers to a great writing year for all. Honored to make this list again—there are just so many terrific resources here for writers, and so nice to have them all in one place.
Thank you so much for working so hard to put it all together. Hi Marisol, thank you so much for including Sark eMedia in your incredible resource for writers. Congratulations to the Top ! Thank you for this useful list!!! So happy seeing Sark eMedia on the blogging section. They are simply amazing and I will never stop praising what they are doing for everyone. Thank you for providing such great advice and content to your readers!
Thanks for creating the Twitter list — great idea. Thank you for standing out in the writing community.
Thanks so much for including Witty Title Here! Thanks so much for your comment! It was tough this year to get our list down to All of the websites on the list are reader-nominated, so we appreciate any and all suggestions for future lists! Thank you for letting us know about AbsoluteWrite. If you have any more suggestions, feel free to send them our way! Thanks for including me! I am so excited to see Shelley Hitz on this list!
Shelley has been an inspiration to me as she inspires me to take action! Be a Freelance Blogger Sophie Lizard is here to teach you how to take your freelance blogging skills to pro level. Superman Guide to Freelance Blogging 2. Beyond Your Blog Are you working to grow your blog audience?
Sark e-Media With practical and motivational articles and a free day blogging challenge, Sarah and Kevin Arrow help bloggers gain confidence in their writing so they can get the recognition and reach they deserve.
Ann Kroeker Author and writing coach Ann Kroeker is on a mission to help writers reach their goals by maximizing curiosity, creativity and productivity. Write in the Middle of Traveling Creating An Emotionally Engaging Character Bane of Your Resistance Using research in the creative process and neuroscience, Rosanne Bane takes on the big issue of writing resistance in all its forms: Brain Pickings Maria Popova created Brain Pickings to document her intellectual, creative and spiritual growth.
Tracking Our Recurring Storylines Ink and Quills With more than 10 years of studying the craft of writing under her belt, Kaitlin Hillerich created Ink and Quills to help other writers reach their novel-writing goals and tell beautiful stories.
How to Create Life-like Characters in 6 Steps Why Picture Books Are Important The Weekly Live Write Breathe Live with passion, write well, and remember to breathe. How to Make Time to Write a Novel Positive Writer In the pursuit of creating work that matters, all writers get stuck from time to time. The Audacity to Be a Writer Script For more than 15 years, Script has been the top place to go for inside information on writing for film and television.
Susan Dennard In her blog and newsletter, author Susan Dennard shares her secrets: Maintaining Passion for a Story The Write Practice The number one thing all successful writers have in common?
How to persevere when you hate writing and everything sucks Writers Helping Writers Authors Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi are dedicated to creating one-of-a-kind resources that writers will actually use.
Writers In The Storm Just like their characters during perilous times, writers must weather the storm of their profession — and shifting industry tides. Honey, I Broke the Writing Process Writer Unboxed Frustrated their analytical articles about books and movies were rejected, founders Therese Walsh and Kathleen Bolton decided to create Writer Unboxed in so they could freely publish their observations. Write to Done Write to Done is all about learning to write well. High-Income Business Writing In the High-Income Business Writing podcast and blog, Ed Gandia brings you everything you need to know about building a successful career in commercial writing.
Men with Pens In the world of business, content is king — and that means your content creation, blogging, and online marketing have to be on point. Penelope Trunk Penelope Trunk has founded four startups, and she knows a thing or two around building community. The 3Cs of Successful Thought Leaders Riskology To be a great entrepreneur and make your mark in this world, you have to be able to own who you are and believe in yourself.
The Creative Penn Author Joanna Penn has built a best-selling writing career, and she wants to help you do it, too. The Identity At The Identity, Lis Dingjan and her team help entrepreneurs build beautiful websites, courses, applications and systems.
The Thing About Money Writing Happiness You have a great online business and an active blog. How to make sure your ebook will sell before you write a single word About Freelance Writing This site lives up to its name, with hundreds of practical posts on how to market your skills, price your projects, and deal with the nitty-gritty aspects of a freelance business.
Freelancer FAQs You have questions, they have answers. How to Calculate Your Hourly Rate Freelance Writers Academy The founders of Freelance Writers Academy say enough is enough when it comes to low wages and content mills. Freelance Writing Jobs With a job board updated daily and more than eight years of freelance writing and blogging tips, this site is a favorite for writers all over the world.
FundsforWriters Hope Clark believes writing can be a realistic career for all writers. No Room for Snark LittleZotz Writing Lauren Tharp has found a way to write as a freelancer full time and is dedicated to helping other writers do the same.
Make a Living Writing At Make a Living Writing, Carol Tice is dedicated to helping writers move up from low-paying marketings and start earning more from their work. Productive Writers As a full-time freelance writer, John Soares loves what he does. The Middle Finger Project Above all else in your freelance career, you want to build a business that feels good, is fun, and is totally you.
Start With the Money The Renegade Writer We often think that to be successful, we have to follow the rules and play the game. Winning Writers Winning Writers is a go-to source for information about contests for poets and writers. Giving Voice to Your Story We all have a story — a key message we want to share with the world.
Michael Hyatt Michael Hyatt is the bestselling author of Platform: Quicksprout Recognized as a top entrepreneur and influencer by The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and even President Obama, Neil Patel is definitely a go-to guy for all things online marketing.
10 Writer Websites That Kick Butt and Get Clients. Posted by: Carol Tice. A top-ranked site for “freelance writer.” For copywriters, she shows you how to lure prospects by crushing the copy on your own site, with her great headline, “Say it with me.”.
Best Freelance Websites - Following are the world's 10 best freelance websites that have proven to be the best sources of freelancing and outsourcing.
Here are eight websites you can use to begin your freelance writing career online. These websites are a mix of marketplaces and websites where you can find people willing to buy your articles. Take a look through and find a couple that works best for you. Kick your writing career into high gear with this year’s list of the best writing websites. Skip to content. Toggle navigation. Freelancing; Marketing; Blogging; Publishing. Check out The Best Websites for Writers in Non-fiction and freelance writer Lisa Romeo blogs on various helpful topics, like how to reclaim your.
Example 3: Sarah Kolb-Williams, Freelance writer and editor While Sarah’s website is very simple, it does its job carefully and without fuss -- which, not-so-coincidentally, are exactly the traits of a good writer and editor. 10 Freelance Writer Website Examples for You to Emulate Home» The Blog» 10 Freelance Facebook Twitter. I’ve said it time and time again: Your freelance writing website is your biggest marketing tool. In this day and age, the majority of your clients will come from the web. These are some of the best freelance writer website.