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April 12, 2013
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Freelancing 101: Your First Day
from Alison Fromme at The Science Writers’ Handbook
Use a Full-Time Fantasy to Figure Out Your On-the-Side Freelance Rate
from Kevin Purdy at LifeHacker
Best 9 Freelancing Websites to Find Work Online
from Alex Serban at Technology Personalized
For Freelancers Who Need to Make Money Quickly
from Carol Tice at Make a Living Writing
How to Live the Freelance Life with Evernote: Tips from Joelle Alcaidinho
from Kasey Fleisher Hickey at The Evernote Blog
The frustration of finding writing work | The Ottawa Writer
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