Monday, February 25, 2019
Tips for Online Magazine Pub series #10
Publishing in magazines, in print and online, is a great way to connect with your audience and grow your platform. In each article, be sure to include a short bio with your byline.
Today let’s talk about publishing online.
Opportunities for publishing online include:
• Magazines in print with an online division have similar submittal requirements for both
• Online only magazines often publish multiple times a month and may pay less
• Blogs: Companies use blog post writers as part of their marketing strategy -- Best format = Tip lists or “listicles” are often key formats
• Blogging entities open to contributing authors allow your byline and media links as your remuneration
Research the magazines and blogs that grab your interest, and choose with whom you want to associate, and then be willing to start without pay swapped for a byline and links to your website.
It takes time to find the right fit for publishing your topics and areas of importance. You might find a match in the categories I’ve noted above.
The Write Life freelancing hints and leads:
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Content Marketing - quality content always works:
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