5 Websites for Sleuthing Out Story Information

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Ed. Note: Last week, Stephanie shared her tips on getting sources (or in the case of PI work, targets) to open up. Now she’s sharing some of the online resources that PIs, reporters, and just about anyone else can use…

Gothamist Seeks Pitches for Long-Form Journalism

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With the growing popularity of tweets and blog posts and 30-second webisodes, many journalists have lamented the shrinking demand for long-form journalism. You know, those meaty, 8,000-word features that give a reporter the rare to chance to really craft a…

Why You Need a Writing Mentor and Where to Find One

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No matter where you are in your freelancing career, everyone needs a little help sometime. Finding a mentor can be a good way to break you out of your regular working routine and electrify your mind with new ideas and…

How Freelance Journalists Can Use Facebook’s New ‘Subscribe’ Button

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When it comes to breaking news, Facebook has got nothin’ on Twitter. Twitter’s rapid fire interface, and news ticker feel makes it the perfect place to get up to the second updates on what’s happening in your world and beyond.…

Ebyline’s Database of Journalist Associations and Freelance Writer Resources

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All freelance journalists need a little help sometimes. Maybe you’re searching for that right source, or perhaps you’re looking for some professional development? As a benefit to freelance journalists and copywriting services, Ebyline has compiled a database of journalist associations;…

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