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Archive for June, 2016

Meet Rachel Abbott, The Self-Published Author Who Sold 2 Million Books

When Rachel Abbott wrote her first novel, Only the Innocent, she didn’t intend to publish it, but her family and friends who liked the book convinced her to publish it, so she released it in November 2011. Three months later, Only the Innocent hit #1 spot in the entire Amazon UK Kindle store. It remained in […]

17 Women’s Magazines That Pay Writers

Women’s magazines, through the ages, have been the go-to writing opportunity for both seasoned and amateur writers. There are literally thousands of women’s magazines, covering all aspects of the female existence; from basic gossip publications, to health, parenting, dating, the list goes on. Because there are so many publications dedicated to women, many of them […]

22 History Magazines That Pay Writers

History magazines appeal to a niche market simply because members of the general public are not all keen on historical news and occurrences. While this fact seems to make this type of publication harder to break into, the opposite is the case. With a limited number of history writers vying for freelance positions in this arena, […]

How a 21-Year-Old Student From Lithuania Became a Forbes Contributor

Forbes is one of the most influential business publications in the world. There are a lot of benefits that come with writing for such an established outlet: it gives you exposure, increases your credibility and makes it easier to attract potential clients. Who wouldn’t want to have “As seen on Forbes” on their portfolio website? […]

Content Writing Jobs: 10 Upwork Alternatives For Finding Better Paying Jobs

Every day, many people come online to make a living as a writer — hoping to enjoy the freedom they desire by engaging themselves in content writing jobs from the comfort of their homes. Naturally, the first option they get introduced to is sites like Upwork (formerly oDesk), Guru and Freelancer.com — often unaware that there […]

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