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NOT SURE WHAT TO CHARGE?

Are you ever unsure what your freelance rate should be?  Well here's a great tool that just might help. "The Freelancer" posted the current freelance rate of fellow creative writers and what their experiences were on the job. —The Freelancer Copyright 2016 Contently. All Rights Reserved. SHARED FREELANCE RATES

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10 Steps to Starting a Business

Starting a business involves planning, making key financial decisions and completing a series of legal activities. These 10 easy steps can help you plan, prepare and manage your business. Click on the links to learn more. Step 1: Write a Business Plan Use these tools and resources to create a business plan. This written guide… Continue reading 10 Steps to Starting a Business

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Screenwriting tip of the day; Read 1 Script A Week

Screenwriter and blogger Scott Myers created a simple formula for success that involves completing 4 goals per week.  Scott Myers 4 magic numbers for you to remember:  1, 2, 7, 14. 1: Read 1 screenplay per week. 2:  Watch 2 movies a week. 7: Write 7 pages per week. 14: Work 14 hours per week… Continue reading Screenwriting tip of the day; Read 1 Script A Week

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What Does a Literary Agent Want to See When They Google You

July 31, 2013 By Chuck Sambuchino 267 Comments What does a literary agent want to see when they google you? Share to Facebook Share to Twitter GIVEAWAY: Chuck is generously giving away a copy of his latest writing book, Create Your Writer Platform to a random commenter. Comment within one week to enter! (Must live… Continue reading What Does a Literary Agent Want to See When They Google You

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Logline: Why They’re So Darn Important

By David Flores | August 11, 2015  You’ve just finished writing your script and a friend puts you in touch with a film producer looking for her next project. During your conversation with the producer she asks you, “What’s the logline?” Your insides melt because even though you may know what a logline is, you never… Continue reading Logline: Why They’re So Darn Important