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Where web writers and editors come from

FAQ on life as a professional Web writer

FAQ on life as a professional Web editor

Web editing--the basics

The debate--freelance gigs vs a staff job

Finding a market for your articles

So you wannabe a web writer or editor

Soon everyone will be a web writer or editor, just because companies insist that everyone contribute to the external or internal sites.

But there's still a need for professional writers and editors, on any site that has to make sense, persuade people, inform them, or entertain them.

Should you?  Would you?  Can you qualify?

Sure, if you already enjoy writing, and you are curious, not afraid, about web sites, and putting your words up on the screen, instead of on paper.

Probably not, if you hate computers, web surfing, and text on a bright display.

In these brief articles, we try to give you a taste of the wild and crazy life of the web writer and editor.   See if it's for you. 

Questions?  Send us a note.

Resources

Advice on web writing and editing

Finding a job as a web writer or editor

Become a pro (PDF, 998K, or about 18 minutes at 56K)

 

 

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