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  1. Why To Become an Authority and Not Just an Ordinary Blogger
  2. Commenting Etiquette 101 for Freelance Writers
  3. Things Friends and Family of Online Writers Need to Remember
  4. The True Value of a Writer
  5. Quotations and Punctuation in Web Writing - What's Right?
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Why To Become an Authority and Not Just an Ordinary Blogger

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by Richard Rowell, Staff Writer
One of the hardest things about blogging is getting people to come back for more. You can build up a huge initial audience. But over time, even if you keep up with continuous content creation, that doesn’t mean that people will come back and interact the way that you might expect. You can provide all of the greatest information in the world, exclusively even, but with that strategy most of the time, you...

 

Commenting Etiquette 101 for Freelance Writers

by Lyn Lomasi, Staff Writer
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So, you've just joined a content site and need some tips on commenting etiquette? Maybe you've been around a while and just need a refresher. Whether you're new to the game or an old-timer like me, you may be reading and commenting on the works of fellow writers frequently. Here are some of the rules I practice and recommend when it comes to commenting on the works of others.

What should I say?


Say whatever the writer's article makes you feel - provided it is...

 

Things Friends and Family of Online Writers Need to Remember

by Lyn Lomasi, Staff Writer
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Often friends and family of online writers don't understand their lifestyle or career. It's not something they do on purpose. They just really don't understand. Here are some of the top things family and friends of online writers need to remember.

Just because we are at home does not mean we are available. Online writers work at home. Yes, this means we are at home more than some others might be. But it does not mean we can always answer the door or the phone....

 

The True Value of a Writer

by Richard Rowell, Staff Writer
Recently, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about why it seems like writers aren’t taken more seriously. It’s really been bugging me how it seems that writing has become such a poorly compensated skill. What bothers me even more is that it is considered one of the most important skills in any business today. Proper and clear communication is very, very important for any human being that deals with another human being. Having people that are...

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Quotations and Punctuation in Web Writing - What's Right?

by Lyn Lomasi, Staff Writer
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You're in the midst of a writeup and everything's going great. You just got an amazing quote from the perfect source. But suddenly, you've forgotten the rules surrounding that. Does the period go after the quotation? Or does it belong within? That depends on your sentence. In my years of experience in web writing, this has been a popular question. This tutorial combines my experience along with the time I've spent studying the Yahoo! Style Guide. The...

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