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By: Craig Garber
Did you know, that television -- the persistent purveyor of pop culture here in America -- shapes a LOT of your prospects behavior patterns?Here, listen to this:1. The average US home has the TV on f (read entire article)
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By: Craig Garber
Here's a proven, and truly easy way to start increasing your sales, immediately. All you need to do is add these 2 words to your selling system, and you're good to go. In fact, this trick's so good, (read entire article)
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By: Angela Booth
If you can't find time to write while juggling a full-time job and family, your solution could be in what writer Tom Morrisey calls "stolen-time" writing or "writing in the margins."Tom is a business (read entire article)
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By: Angela Booth
If you're selling your writing services, you need clients. One of the easiest ways to attract clients is with a Web site. Once you've taken the plunge, and have created your site, the fun begins.Your (read entire article)
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By: S. Daley
As the fastest-growing resource in politics, the Internet provides a cost-effective method to reach supporters and potential supporters. However, writing for your local campaign website is different t (read entire article)
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By: Angela Booth
Writers write about their own life experience, even when they're writing a multi-volume three-generational family saga about slimy green toads which live on the planet Zog in a galaxy far, far away. A (read entire article)
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By: Angela Booth
New writers always worry about talent, but "talent" is no indication of ability to write. If you have the desire to write, that's a fair indication that you have all the ability you need.=> The desire (read entire article)
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By: Angela Booth
How brave are you?You need courage to submit your work to potential buyers, but you also need courage to get creative with your career. To get creative, you may need to break a few rules.There are hun (read entire article)
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By: Angela Booth
I often say that if you can write a coherent email message you can write copy, but this doesn't mean that you should take the requirements of this kind of writing lightly.The more you strive to deve (read entire article)
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By: Preston Campbell
As a writer, you have the challenge of communicating without feedback and without the benefit of voice characteristics, facial expressions or body language. Wow! That really changes the rules, doesn't (read entire article)
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By: Ben Settle
If you would like to know one of the "best kept secrets" of writing good sales copy -- for any media you use, and no matter what you're selling -- then listen to this. One of the best marketing "form (read entire article)
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By: Seer Rhykan
That is the name of a machine invented by a Canadian inventor. Can you guess what it does? That's right and it works! It has pulled thousands of those lonely souls into its gut.You will not find th (read entire article)
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By: Nick Usborne
From time to time you will be faced with an opportunity that looks downright scary.The temptation is to think, "Hey, that's way outside my lev (read entire article)
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By: Lynne Pembroke
IntroductionThere are many screenplay contests available to the aspiring screenwriter.  These contests can be a good avenue to get (read entire article)
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By: Judy Cullins
How a Book is Born: One Author's StoryJudy Cullins © 2003 All Rights ReservedNot all books come out whole, all at once. In fact, most book (read entire article)
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By: Martha Whittington
The StorytellerNew Book Offers Supernatural Tales Involving Everyday PeopleMartha Whittington invites readers to take a break from the do (read entire article)
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By: Shery Ma Belle Arrieta
He wrote the book on how to write killer query letters. In thisinterview, author John Wood shares his knowledge based on 17 years of working a (read entire article)
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By: Arthur Zulu
By Arthur Zulu “He who whose face gives no light shall never become a star.”—William BlakeIn the second part of this series, atten (read entire article)
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By: Anita Johnston
Do you need a website content writer?Okay, you have your website up. It is one page explaining your veterinarian business and hospital. It ha (read entire article)
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By: ARTHUR ZULU
DO YOU KNOW HOW TO INTRODUCE YOUR STORY?By Arthur ZuluNow you know you must introduce yourself -- your work. This is the first poi (read entire article)
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By: Catherine Franz
One of the best ways to blow someone's winning streak during a tennis game is to comment on how great they are doing. Your comment will kick in their (read entire article)
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By: Susan James
Several years ago, I received a call from a friend of mine in acity about 2 hours away. She and another had just started annew company in medi (read entire article)
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By: Howard Hopkins
When I first began trying to publicize my novels online, Iencountered a number of obstacles. First, I write printwesterns under a pseudonym, L (read entire article)
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By: M. LaVora Perry
De-bunking Subsidy Publishing Horror Myths© 2004 M. LaVora PerryYou are free to forward this article in email or reproduce it on on your W (read entire article)
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By: C. Bailey-Lloyd / Lady Camelot
Fellow PoetsHolistic Junction is excited to cordially invite you to our Poetry Challenge Forum! Each week, we will offer a new literary ventur (read entire article)
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By: Rose DesRochers
The act of writing poetry is something that is very personal to us poets and sharing it for the first time can be a very frightening experience. The (read entire article)
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By: Nick Vernon
In the beginning of your story you have to grab your readers’ interest and sustain it till the end. Our hook is our character. Readers kee (read entire article)
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By: Judi Singleton
Whether creating a poem, a short story, a book, you have to have a clear plan of what you want to create. So it is with whatever we want to cr (read entire article)
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By: Colin Ong TS
The traditional print media newsletter is still useful even in the rapidly changing age of the Internet and IT. Its uses are so multi-face (read entire article)
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By: Sonali Raval
Have you been following the news lately? Doesn't it amaze you that the media continues to report on every moveElizabeth Taylor makes? (read entire article)
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By: Brenda Wilson
Quotations are the repetition of words used by somebody in the past. When you repeat the speech or spoken words of a character from a play or nove (read entire article)
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By: Marg McAlister
My bookcase takes up one whole wall in the family room, from floor to ceiling. It shows my eclectic reading tastes... fiction, non-fiction, Harry Pott (read entire article)
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By: Jinger Jarrett
It's a sad fact that the average writer only makes about $1,500 to $4,000 a year unless that writer is a business writer.What about everyone e (read entire article)
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By: Christin Snyder
Four Keys to Successful JournalingBy Christin SnyderIn part one of “The Healing Powers of Journaling” we explored the various ways that jo (read entire article)
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By: Jill Nagle
For Beginners: Ten Ways to Prepare to Get Published(Skip directly to ten for the fastest shortcut!)By Jill NagleLike any field, ex (read entire article)
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By: A well-written
Autoresponders are one of the most popular forms of marketingtoday. The reason for this is a simple one: they work. However,writing a truly ef (read entire article)
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By: Butch Pujol
This article may be reprinted provided the resource box's, Web address's and copyright information remain. Whenever someone mentions adver (read entire article)
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By: Consulting Editors, AskProfessors.com
Amazing as it may sound, there is a real shortage of good writers and poets. Try telling that to the thousands of writers and poets who ge (read entire article)
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By: Roxanne McDonald
Our Freelance Writing Needs Defined We must make freelance niche types fit our needs, wants, values and lifestyles, and we also must make ourse (read entire article)
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By: David Silva
These are some of the snapshots I carry with me: My father coming up to visit me after first being diagnosed with leukemia. The visit was a su (read entire article)
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By: Lisa Maliga
Once your e-book is sold and on the publisher’s web site, don’t expect the sales to come rolling in. Unless you have a huge network of family and frie (read entire article)
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By: Paula Morrow
The Internet has provided us marketers with an amazing opportunity. It's leveled the playing field - regardless of your background, you can now pu (read entire article)
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By: Jeff Colburn
How long should my story be? Who should I send it to? What do I put in the cover letter?I don't have any credits, what now? Do these questions go thro (read entire article)
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By: Tim North
How do you ensure that customers will react well to an e-mailsales letter? Similarly, what if you're soliciting a job viae-mail, pitching a bo (read entire article)
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By: Linda Elizabeth Alexander
There is nothing scarier than staring at a blank piece of paperwith a deadline quickly approaching. Whether you're writing acolumn, article, o (read entire article)
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By: Angela Booth
*Article Use Guidelines*Use in opt-in publications, or on Web sites, but please includethe resource box. Please send me a copy, if (read entire article)
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By: Liz Wertman
Unlike most, my writing has been born from necessity. Thenecessity to speak to those that won't listen.Keeping a journal, writing letters (read entire article)
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By: DC Green
The journey to having my first novel for children published has been riddled with road blocks and shonky bridges. The good news? At every rickety stag (read entire article)
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By: Jean Melconian
A press release is a great way to get free publicity for your site. In order to obtain editorial coverage for your business you must find a particular (read entire article)
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By: Annette Beveridge-Young
How many times have you forced yourself to sit in front of a computer and waited for inspiration to strike?Most of us at some point, whether just (read entire article)
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