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Longtime freelance writer Carol Tice created the award-winning Make a Living Writing blog in 2008, and founded the Freelance Writers Den community in 2011. Her byline has appeared in Delta Sky, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Alaska Beyond, Seattle Magazine, Seattle Business, and many more. She’s also created brand journalism/sponsored content for SunTrust Bank, American Express, Dell, VisitSeattle, and more. Carol has coached hundreds of writers to higher earnings over the past 7 years, and has presented more than 25 online training courses.
Since 1997, Linda Formichelli has written for well over 150 consumer and trade magazines like Redbook, Inc., Women’s Health, Target Marketing, and QSR. She’s also the co-author of The Renegade Writer: A Totally Unconventional Guide to Freelance Writing Success and From Pitch to Published: How to Sell Your Article Ideas to Magazines. Linda has worked on content campaigns for CVS, OnStar, the American Lung Association, Wells Fargo, and more, and has taught hundreds of freelancers in various online writing classes.
A.J. O’Connell writes content for tech startups, developers and consultants, with a focus on edtech and e-learning.
She’s been writing professionally for 18 years. A.J. got her start in newspapers, where she spent most of her career reporting on education. She later taught journalism at the college level, developing a course for digital journalism.
A.J. brings a reporter’s approach to content marketing: her goal is to learn all she can about her clients’ needs (and their clients’ needs), to research and interview experts in the field, and then to turn out fast, clean copy by or before deadline.
Hailey Hudson is a full-time freelance writer based out of Atlanta, Georgia who likes to read, tap dance, and snuggle with her dog in her spare time.
She writes textbooks for a curriculum development company, among other gigs in fitness/health, marketing, and education.
Coming soon: Developing the freelance mindset, government writing, and value pricing
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