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10 Little Clues That You Will Be Successful

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight

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How is what you're doing working for you? Are you getting what you really want and need? Look out for these ten little clues that you are actually on the right path and you’ll succeed--eventually.

13 Things Happy, Successful and Contented Writers Do on the Weekends

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight


Many people work through their weekends. But, Saturdays and Sundays should be time to remind yourself of the forgotten little things—to keep your work-life balance in check and spoil yourself with some ‘me-time.’

11 Reasons Why You Should Write More E-books

by Allen Taylor | The Web Writer Spotlight

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Have you ever thought of writing a book? Now is a good time to do so. Instead of focusing on traditional print books, however, there are some pretty good reasons why you should dive into the e-book market.

How to Pitch and Get a Byline in The New York Times

by Jordan Teicher | The Web Writer Spotlight


Looking for advice about getting pitches accepted? There’s no better person to ask than the editor of the publication you want to write for. Dan Saltzstein, a travel editor for The New York Times, discusses what freelancers can do to improve their pitches.

10 Key Ingredients for Successful Blogging [Infographic]

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight


Have you visited a blog and wondered how the owner(s) do it to increase their blog's exposure, brand loyalty and success within the blogger-sphere? Take note of this fantastic infographic and commentary if you want to learn the secret ingredients that lead to blogging success.


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