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I quit my last job to freelance full-time in early 2011, which means I’ve been self-employed for almost eight years now. In the past few years, I’ve joined a lot of online groups for freelancer writers and strategists. And I’ve noticed that one of the trickiest things for people when they’re first starting out is figuring out how to price themselves. I don’t blame them. I had a hell of a time figuring it out at first, myself. But now that I have a better handle on things, I thought it might be a good time to take you through the numbers. Instead, consider this… Figure Out What You Need…But Don’t Stop There The advice I’ve seen most often is this: calculate your living expenses first. What are your monthly expenses? So don’t guess at this number.
Let’s say your answer is $2,000 a month, which is $24,000 per year. Yay, hooray! Kidding. A Millennial Guide Companion: Where To Pitch Your Op-ed. ReThink recently released our Millennials & New Media Guide: a resource that walks you through the most popular news outlets, websites, and podcasts that millennials and Gen Z’ers consult to get their daily news fix.
The Guide features everything from podcasts to online streaming services to newsletters. You may be left wondering: I wrote a good old-fashioned opinion piece. Which of these outlets will actually print my op-ed? To save you some legwork, ReThink has combed through our Millennials & New Media Guide to identify outlets with strong opinion sections––that could soon feature your very own op-ed. Writer's Guidelines for Print and Digital Submissions. Unearth Women is looking for thought-provoking, well-reported journalism as well as personal travel narratives that connect to larger issues or themes.
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Yet few cold pitches result in an article. Why not? “They’re often stories that should be told, but they’re not being framed as good stories, with good characters, narrative and a little twist that makes you surprised,” she says. That doesn’t mean Gritz isn’t looking for new writers with great ideas. The science stories she runs generally overlap with the themes of the Smithsonian Institution’s collections, including animals, the environment, space and human health.
I talked to Gritz, who previously edited web features for The Atlantic, about her pitching preferences and pet peeves. Editors’ Emails – InformedOpinions.org. Contact Information for Canadian Publications We endeavour to keep the following list of editors’ email addresses and their desired word counts current.
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