Bookish Links

Bookish links I enjoyed this past week #6

I am a serial reader and love non-fiction articles. For me to find it again and for you to enjoy, I’ll share it here weekly.

1) Now Allison Tait is one of my fav writers/podcasters/bloggers/tweeter/etc. She wrote this list post about her experience as a blogger in her first year. http://www.allisontait.com/2011/01/12-things-ive-learned-in-my-first-year-of-blogging/

2)What should I charge for content marketing? It is always a question for me. I’ve only earned remuneration for winning letters or competitions but cannot break into the freelance market yet. It is quite frustrating. I recently started charging for translation work but it’s a frustrating business to not price yourself out of the market! Rachel at Rachel’s List give some advice for content marketing charges.  http://www.rachelslist.com.au/?p=3239

3) Some encouragement from Valerie Khoo about what I really want. There is a great move toward working and living our dreams. I’ve started out this year really trying to find my dreams and pursuing it. http://valeriekhoo.com/2014/06/now-tell-really-want/ (unfortunately this link doesn’t exist anymore)

4) The question if the book industry will survive or not is on every other blogpost. Booktopia asked 3 experts opinions. http://blog.booktopia.com.au/2014/06/13/the-book-industry-living-or-dying-three-experts-have-their-say/

5) Readers Digest launched another survey to establish which professions are trust worthy. Frightening that journalists rank lower than lawyers, taxi drivers and others! I do understand that they seem to be puppets in the news industry but I guess they did not ask which journalists, right? Read here at Mumbrella. http://mumbrella.com.au/journalists-less-trusted-laywers-taxi-drivers-airport-baggage-handlers-reveals-readers-digest-survey-232982

Did you enjoy any articles? Please share in the comments with me.

 

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