PR Log - Jun 03, 2012 - Angela Booth has been publishing Fab Freelance Writing Pro at http://freelancewritingpro.co/pro.html for over a year. The ezine developed from Angela's free writing tips ezine, Fab Freelance Writing, and the Fab Freelance Writing Blog.
The first issue of Fab Freelance Writing Pro was published in March of 2011. Its aim was to help writers to make the most of their skills so that they could make more money and get better paying clients.
Angela says that when chatting with members she soon discovered that writers were stretched too thin. They wanted to do more, and in the current economic climate, they needed to do more. Within a couple of months, she began adding useful tools to members' issues, so that writers could create passive income.
For example, with one issue she included a complete training in search engine optimization (SEO) for writers. She has also included premium WordPress themes and plug-ins with issues. Many writers use WordPress, not only for their own sites, but also for the sites they create for their clients.
Angela says that members tell her what they need, and she provides it. Over the past 15 months the topics covered have included: writing for the Kindle, writing fiction and novels, creating information products, and pricing writing services.
Writers have responded with glee. One writer said that she couldn't believe how easy it was to publish and sell a website. She used the free tools included with Fab Freelance Writing Pro issues.
Another writer is now fully booked, and is no longer accepting clients. He says that Fab Freelance Writing Pro has helped him to get better clients and to feel much more confident in marketing his services.
Angela said: "The Web is a different place in 2012 from what it was in 2011. In 2011 a writer still need to be convinced that he needed a website. In 2012, writers are well aware that they need a website and that they need to add content to it as often as possible. Writers are becoming confident bloggers, and they're stretching themselves in new ways. Unfortunately however it also means writers are stretching themselves very thin, because there are so many opportunities now. They don't want to miss anything."
In upcoming issues, members of Fab Freelance Writing Pro ezine will continue to receive free products which they can use immediately, and from which they can create passive income. Angela says she has many exciting things in store for members to help them to make the most their opportunities in 2012 and beyond.
Angela Booth is a top copywriter, and writing teacher. She offers many guides, courses and classes to help writers to enhance their skills at http://writinggenii.com/all.html She also provides inspiration and motivation for writers on her writing blogs. Angela has been writing successfully since the late 1970s, and was online in the 1980s, long before the birth of the Web. Her novels and business books have been widely published.