Writers Articles

Writer’s Rip-Offs

People who want to write form a huge market. According to Writer’s Digest magazine, ten per cent of the US population want to be writers, and I assume that the numbers are similar in other countries.

5 Essential Online Tools for Writers and Publishers

Writing a newsletter or article can be very time consuming. First, you have to create your content. Then you have to organize it. Fortunately, there are plenty of great tools online you can use and don’t require you to clog your computer with more software.

Manipulate XML Data Easily with Integrated Readers and Writers in the .NET Framework

About three years ago, I left a software conference believing that no future programming would be possible without a strong understanding of XML. XML has indeed come a long way since the early days, finding its way into even the deepest recesses of common programming frameworks. In this article, I’ll review the role and internal characteristics of the Microsoft .NET Framework API that deals with XML documents and then I’ll move on to address a few open points.

3 Tools for Ezine Writers and Editors

Formatting – Have you ever struggled with formatting

The Only HTML Writers Need to Know

You’re a writer, not a webmaster. But if you are writing for publication on a Web site, your editor may ask you to provide the basic HTML formatting for your work. Don’t panic.

Why should writers, coaches and speakers subscribe to Opt-In Ezines?”

Opt-in ezines, produced by companies, individuals, web sites or publishers, offer their subscribers unique, useful information. They use the “free” article format of 500-1400 words or a tip format from 100-400 words. Each ezine has anywhere from 1000 to many thousand subscribers per ezine. Think of the multiple exposure your message will have when you submit to these ezines.

Online Writing and Beyond: Writers Will Lead the Content Revolution


It is often thrown around loosely on the web that “Content is king.”

If content is king, then what is a content writer?

Freelance Writers: How to Partner with Your Competition

Freelance writing is an unstable occupation sometimes. We already have to struggle with dividing our time between marketing our skills, writing queries, and seeking out new clientele. Sometimes there’s not enough time; sometimes there’s not enough money.

Web Writing’s Evolution: The Web Content Market for Writers

When It All Began: The First Web Writings

While there weren’t many online writers in the formative years of the web, if you were around then, you know what it was like.

Gifts for Your Career: 10 Things Writers Can Give Themselves for a Prosperous 2002

What would make your writing life a little easier? A little empathy? A lot more assignments? A little organization? Here are 10 things you can give to yourself or pass along to somebody else to simplify, expand, and increase the growth rate of your writing career.

Working With Freelance Writers

Many companies are turning to freelance writers to get their projects completed. After all, there are plenty of advantages to dealing with freelancers: no salaries, vacation time, sick days, health insurance or benefits. Also, using an outside writer will ensure a fresh perspective. Here are some tips for working with freelance writers to build relationships and ensure a successful project.

Writers Success, Money & P-NutButter

When you ask writers, why do you write? Most all of us say, *because we have to*.

And many say, *oh, and , its not about the money*

Top Seven Mistakes Writers Make and What to Do About Them

Writers often get stuck because they make assumptions about writing, finishing, publishing, and promoting their books. A recent client confessed that he thought a book was just too big a project. With professional, respected information, writers can finally realize their book dream.

The Truth about Online Content: It’s Time for Writers to Take Back the Web

Google.com, one of the web’s hottest search engines, has indexed over 1,346,966,000 web pages to date. The World Wide Web is officially gigantic, with hundreds of thousands of corporate, small business, and ecommerce websites vying for something more than just the “eyeballs” that web analysts hailed in the 1990’s. In order to create success, websites are now searching for a steady, interactive audience. Why aren’t they succeeding? Could it STILL have something to do with the content?