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How to Write an About Page For Your Freelance Business

Last week we looked at why you NEED a website for your freelance business… so this week, let’s explore how you can make one of the most important…

why you need a website for your freelance business

5 reasons why you need a website for your freelance business

It’s tempting to forgo having a website when you’re a freelancer. You probably don’t want to have to deal with yet ANOTHER thing for your business. Does it…

Should Freelancers Blog? 10 Steps to Starting a Blog for Your Business

Should freelancers blog? Too many small business owners and freelancers jump into getting a blog (just like they jump into having an email list!) without actually thinking about…

10 Things to Include On Your Freelance Services Webpage

Putting together your freelance services webpage, but not sure what you should include on it? You need an awesome freelance services webpage if you want to get freelance…

Growth Hacking: Experimenting With Blog Measurements

While every organization is different, almost everyone has a blog. Blogs are used to build online credibility and trust between the brand and the end consumer. When looking…

5 Awesome Blogging Tools That Will Revolutionize Your Blog

I have been blogging since early 2008. Over that time, I’ve learned a lot! There are also so many different kinds of tools, programs, and software that can…

Five Tips for Managing Your Blog(s)

I started my blog in 2008 and have been blogging for clients for years. Blogs can be a great deal of fun and an awesome way to share…

How to Write Multiple Blogs

Forget about starting a blog or writing guest posts for blogs—what if you want to have multiple blogs of your own? Before SaganMorrow.com, I had four separate blogs…

Three Tips for New Bloggers

Three Tips for New Bloggers, regarding workload, number of visitors, and monetizing your blog.

The Practical Guide: What is a Noun?

Nouns form the solid base of a sentence. As taught in the education system, nouns are a “person, place, or thing”: they name people, places, and things so…

The Practical Guide: The Appropriate Use and Necessity of Hyphens

When I went grocery shopping at the Forks Market last weekend, I saw a sign at the Tall Grass Prairie Bakery that read: All day old bread for…

The Practical Guide: Writing with Consistency

We do a lot of peer editing of our work in my Creative Writing class, and it is appalling just how many of my classmates’ stories are written…

Blogging Workshop: outline for facilitators + tips on blogging

Yesterday I conducted a blogging workshop for the staff at The Uniter. The Uniter is the weekly journal that I write a health column for and do a…

Affect vs. Effect; Accept vs. Except: how to use them

Affect vs. Effect My managing editor at The Uniter (hi Stacy!) mentioned earlier this week that she often stumbles over these two words when writing a piece, and…

The colon: how to use it in a sentence

A colon is a punctuation mark and, much like the comma, it works to organize sentences and break everything down for coherency purposes. Colons are most commonly used…