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NETWORDS BLOG


Kim Lear
First off, a huge thanks to everyone who participated in Building Your Freelance Business: A Special 1-day Seminar for Writers and Editors!, co-presented by the Editors’ Association of Canada (Toronto Branch) and the Professional Writers...
Kim Lear
Suzanne Bowness
I have a secret to confess: I love New Year’s resolutions. So much so that I even find times of year to get my resolve on, most commonly on my birthday in June and just before September when everything feels so back-to-school anyway. While I...
Suzanne Bowness
Task
With the new year under way and improvement on everyone's brains, there's no better time to start thinking and planning for ways to grow your writing business. Here are what PWAC Toronto Chapter board members have in mind when it comes to writing...
PWAC Toronto Chapter
Jaclyn Law
On behalf of the executive board of PWAC Toronto Chapter, I wish you a happy and healthy holiday season, and I hope you'll enjoy a relaxing break from the demands of the freelance life. Come back recharged, because we're starting off 2013 with a...
Jaclyn Law
Luigi Benetton
Thanks to three erudite, entertaining and engaging presenters, PWAC Toronto Chapter put on another fantastic professional development seminar. About 60 people turned out to listen to self-published authors Mark Lefebvre, Paul Lima and Harry Van...
Luigi Benetton
Karen Luttrell
If you think Twitter is for the birds, please think again. It’s a great tool to find new information sources and expand your network. Not sure how to get started? Let’s walk through a few key steps together. 1. Set your goals Who will...
Karen Luttrell
Luigi Benetton
So many people have books in them. So few of these people get published. Thanks to today’s technology and markets, though, publishing is getting easier. In fact, many writers avoid the slush piles that obscure publishers’ desks and go...
Luigi Benetton
Jaclyn Law
Social media, thought leadership and community development were among the hot topics at “Getting Started in Public Relations Writing,” PWAC Toronto Chapter’s first professional development seminar of 2012-13. According to veteran...
Jaclyn Law
Dawn Boshcoff
PWAC Toronto Chapter has another terrific year of monthly seminars planned to help writers advance their careers through professional development and networking opportunities. Be sure to check out the NEW new NetWords for the coming 2012-2013 event...
Dawn Boshcoff
Karen Luttrell
If you enjoy using your writing skills to build strong relationships, PR writing may be for you. The experts at the Canadian Public Relations Society and the Public Relations Society of America emphasize that’s what the field is all about...
Karen Luttrell
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