Working on the reboot

Let’s see…getting the Twitter account going again, re-booting the Facebook page, and focusing on a new direction. Stay tuned as I continue to make updates to the website and new connections. With my latest travel plans moving ahead at full-steam, I’ll be making some guest posts for some friends, covering new topics, and focusing a little more on travel writing tips rather than just general freelance writing tips.

In the meantime, feel free to browse through some of our past topics, such as my Content Writing Experiment from back in early 2010, which proved to be fairly popular with the Freelance Writers Working for Content Mills in terms of proving that yes, you can make far more than minimum wage working for content mills :)

For more reading you can get up-to-speed with some of my past articles such as The Myth of Art, The Importance of Diversity, Exploitation of Writers: Fact or Fiction, and Knowledge is Power.

T.W. Anderson is the founder of Complete Writing Solutions, and is a freelance writer specializing in travel writing, website content, interior design and home improvement, green-related topics, as well as anything else potential clients need him to be.

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2 comments on “Working on the reboot
  1. Lucy Smith says:

    Cool! I’m looking forward to hearing about your travel writing. I’m rubbish at writing postcards but it would be awesome to get paid to travel and write about it :-)

  2. =)

    Not all of my jobs are travel related, but I like to travel regardless, so :) That’s what I’m doing. Essentially I’m heading out with my laptop and my backpack and I’m just going to see where the wind takes me. I see no reason to tie myself down to one location and with steady work there are plenty of places to see and explore.

    I am, however, hoping that these adventures eventually lead to more traditional travel writing opportunities, where you actually get paid to write. I’ve started a travel blog which will be detailing my trip (you can find it in the Travel Resources link section) and I’ll be using that as a sort of clip reel/portfolio of my Central American/South American adventures, in between the work I do for all my other clients.

    Should be fun!

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