My guest blog posts

02 Sep

I’ve been lucky enough to be invited to contribute guest posts to two well-established and interesting blogs recently – and by chance they’ve both been published this week.  Guest blog posting is a good opportunity to get your writing and subject-matter out there, and to get click-throughs to your own website through the link-backs this provides (this is good for your Google SEO, too) – and it’s always nice to get out and about, even if it’s only your writing that’s doing so. Of course, I also welcome guest blog posts on the Libro blog!

On Monday, an article I’ve written about how to represent yourself accurately and professionally in your writing featured on Annabelle Beckwith’s YaraConsulting blog.

And today, my feature on how to set yourself up as a freelancer, in this case aimed at editors, but also applicable generally, was published on Fiona Cullinan’s SubsStandards blog.

Thank you both for inviting me!


Posted by on September 2, 2011 in Blogging, Guest posts, Writing


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3 responses to “My guest blog posts

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