We’ve gathered a few stories about the media business, journalism, writing, communications, and freelancing—with a freelance focus—and share them in Off the Wire.
Around the web
- My (Exact) Response To A Cheap Client Who Offered Me $500 For A $5,550 Job [Jano le Roux]
- Freelancing Can Be Lonely. Here’s How To Find Community—And a Mentor [Girl Boss]
- What If We Just Stopped Being So Available? [The Atlantic]
- A Look at the Most Annoying Twitter Marketing Approaches (and How to Avoid Them) [Social Media Today]
- What Is a Niche Site? Consider Building One For Fun and Profit [Word Wise Tips]
- Addressing the Elephant in the Room: 6 Strategies for Writing About the Hard Stuff [Ann Handley]
- 5 Simple Rules for Writing a Solid Business Plan [FreshBooks]
- Opportunities for writers: February 2022 calls for submissions [The Writer]
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