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NETWORDS BLOG


Lousie Armstrong
With the onset of social media, the public relations profession is experiencing unprecedented change, but the ability to write well remains essential for success. In fact, PR consultants can spend up to 70% of their day writing communications plans...
Louise Armstrong
Ray Litvak
You’re already a writer, so you know what to do with words. But what you may not know is how to use keyword-rich phrases to your greatest advantage when you’re writing online. Feeling a little intimidated? You’re not alone. But...
Ray Litvak
Krystyna Lagowski
Narrative non-fiction—also called literary journalism or creative non-fiction—are sexy new names for a genre that’s been around as long as the Bible. In fact, the Bible is a good example of the genre. There are some great stories...
Krystyna Lagowski
Gordon Graham
What are white papers? And why should freelancers write them? This brief excerpt from my upcoming e-book sketches in answers to half a dozen key questions about this exciting market. 1: What is a white paper?A white paper is a marketing document...
Gordon Graham, That White Paper Guy
Craig Silverman
I’d say it was about 20 minutes. That’s how long it took me to negotiate a series of assignments for the website of a Canadian magazine at MagNet a few years ago. The editor and I had known each other for a couple of years, but we lived...
Craig Silverman
Kelli Korducki
In our hectic lives, it can be easy to dismiss volunteerism as a feel-good luxury for those mythical, alien creatures we call “people with free time.” When juggling career, family, social life and assorted other life commitments, the...
Kelli Korducki
Jane Langille
You could say that no fields have changed our lives more than health and science. Every day, there are numerous reports about breakthroughs and discoveries that affect the world at large and our personal well-being. There will always be an interest...
Jane Langille
Suzanne Bowness
This may seem like a story about cold calling, but it’s also a story of facing rejection and finding new friends. A long-time freelancer, I had taken a few months away from my regular business to finish a major project. On my return, I did...
Sue Bowness
Luigi Benetton
Many people believe freelance writers serve only periodicals—magazines, newspapers and various online publications. What might not be as obvious to them is who provides the words they read in bank brochures, on company websites and in the...
Luigi Benetton
Sharon Crawford
In today’s “me” society, everyone wants to write about number one—think blogs and Facebook. What about the professional writer who wants to write something personal and get paid for it? Memoir books are popular, but maybe you...
Sharon Crawford
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