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Thursday Bram

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  • 1. Building a Great Blog with Voices Other than Your Own Thursday Bram
  • 2. Why shouldn’t you write for your own blog?
  • 3. How can other people help?
  • 4. Why me?
  • 5. Guest posters, freelancers, and partners, oh my!
  • 6. Other types of content
  • 7. Choosing a new contributor
  • 8. The question of voice
  • 9. Style can be taught
  • 10. The necessity of an editorial process
  • 11. Where to find writers
  • 12. Submission guidelines save sanity
  • 13. The never-ending pitch cycle
  • 14. Choosing a long-term contributor
  • 15. Set expectations and rewards
  • 16. Do you need a contract?* *I’m not a lawyer.
  • 17. Plan an editorial calendar
  • 18. What constitutes a finished post
  • 19. Expectations beyond publication
  • 20. A crash course in copyright law* *I’m still not a lawyer.
  • 21. The publisher’s master course
  • 22. Regular editorial meetings are magic
  • 23. An editor makes a world of difference
  • 24. Batch processing saves effort
  • 25. Work as far in advance as you can afford to
  • 26. Good content is expensive
  • 27. What else can you do with your content?
  • 28. Always remember, it’s your blog
  • 29. Questions?
  • 30. Reach Thursday Bram: Email: thursday@ hypermodernwriting.com Twitter: @thursdayb

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