Getting the Word Out Online

There are a good many places online geared toward getting the word out about your business, and each of us will do best to decide what works best for our own situation. Each of us is different, after all. We do things in our own way. I have certain things Continue Reading

Creating Serials

One of the freelance writers I follow on Facebook and Twitter has been writing about creating serials. I have read a lot from Angela Booth in regards to freelance writing, and am putting some of her ideas into action. She writes fiction as well. What I am going to try Continue Reading

5 Ways To Get The Word Out About Your Business

There are a good number of ways to get the word out about your business, and only you can determine which are right for yours. The ideas listed here are simple ways to get you started. Be sure to sit down and come up with a workable plan for adding Continue Reading

Still Consentrating on Fiction (Mostly), and Working the RS Channels

Fiction is my first love, as far as writing goes. I have been working on some story plots, and editing a short story, and starting another story. I have been very busy with these activities. I have also been adding artiles to my Revenue Share channels. I had pretty much Continue Reading

5 Ways to Grow Your Blog

  Growing your blog is easy, and really does not have to take large blocks of time. If you already have your ideas set to paper, in the form of titles and/or notes, you can get started right away.   How do you start?   By setting aside 30 minutes Continue Reading

Article and Business Promotion Using Twitter

In my last post, I introduced you to my business page on Facebook. I also have a Twitteraccount linked to How to Live the Freelance Life. I believe that these two social networking sites are the best for marketing/promoting my freelance business. Indeed, they bring a fair number 0 f Continue Reading

Introducing: Katie Hamilton from the Creative Carthage Blog

My name is Katherine Hamilton, but my friends and family call me Katie (KT for short). I love to read fantasy, so it’s what I write. My sister Sheila and I have published a couple of times in the Crosscut Literary Magazine published by Husson University, and we found the Continue Reading

Should Social Media be Kept Professional?

Which social networking sites do you use? Are they used only for business? Are they purely personal? I use Twitter, FaceBook and MySpace most often. I actually have two Twitter accounts, @ShannonLBuck and @BangorSingleMom. I try to keep both of these professional at all times, but sometimes something personal is Continue Reading