6 Tips For Freelancers (And Their Clients)

By Thomas Temin The rise of social media and other new forms of marketing have created tremendous freelance opportunities for former business-to-business editors. Even Fortune 500 companies are leanly staffed and look to freelancers for a lot of … read more

Leveraging Your Freelance Staff

By Matt Bolch During this time of economic upheaval (especially when the chairs around you are no longer occupied because of cutbacks), it makes perfect sense to leverage your freelance staff to a greater degree. I’ve been freelancing … read more

Getting into the Custom Game

By Joe Pulizzi I get approached at least once a week by freelancer writers trying to get involved in custom publishing. For those of you not familiar with custom publishing, it’s the business of corporations creating and distributing … read more

Upcoming Journalism Training

By Martha SpizziriASBPE Web Editor It’s right around the corner, but there’s still time to register for Media Bistro’s online course Reinventing Print Content for the Web. The class, which starts Monday, June 2, is aimed specifically at … read more

B2B Publishing: Time to Fear?

By Tonie AuerDFW Chapter President and National Blog Chairwoman Sometimes, ignorance really is bliss. There are times when I feel like knowing too much information can be scary. I get several daily emails updating me on B2B publishing … read more