Looking for a way to expand your career without removing your butt from the chair? Shop Talk gives ASJA members exclusive access to industry insiders. Whether it’s "How to Find Content Marketing Clients," "Amazon Selling Secrets," or "Trade Magazines: Are You Overlooking This Income Source?" (the most accessed recordings, according to ASJA member and Shop Talk coordinator/interviewer Sandra Beckwith), the mere act of listening – and learning – can put you ahead of the pack. More»
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May 5 & 6, 2017: Pivot. Publish. Prosper. -- ASJA Annual Conference
There’s a phrase that pops out from many of the help wanted ads I see for writers. “Original reporting required,” they say. Sometimes, there’s a comment from someone who responds: “What is original reporting?” More »
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