How Much Is a Word Worth? – Member Feature Stories – Medium


21 bookmarks. First posted by mikerugnetta 6 days ago.


To research this article, I talked to about a dozen freelance writers and a handful of magazine editors about the present state of the job. via Pocket
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3 days ago by Werderbach
W hen people who read magazines read an article in a magazine, I don’t imagine they know how much the writer was paid. As consumers, we aren’t responsible for…
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3 days ago by dshack
W hen people who read magazines read an article in a magazine, I don’t imagine they know how much the writer was paid. As consumers, we aren’t responsible for…
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4 days ago by pdxmph
I was assigned this story at $4,000, and I turned in a draft of 4,000 words. Another site offered me $850 for the idea, and there is an $850 version of this story that is significantly shorter, with less research, and of a weaker quality overall. (If that sounds cold or unprofessional, imagine what the effect on the quality of your work would be if your boss cut your pay by 80 percent.)
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6 days ago by yorksranter
To research this article, I talked to about a dozen freelance writers and a handful of magazine editors about the present state of the job. via Pocket
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6 days ago by drewcaldwell
RT : "You know who else couldn't keep a deadline?"
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6 days ago by maura
How do you report this long story about freelance writing rates and not talk about SUPPLY AND DEMAND alkjfhlsadkjhfl
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6 days ago by hyperfekt
W hen people who read magazines read an article in a magazine, I don’t imagine they know how much the writer was paid. As consumers, we aren’t responsible for…
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6 days ago by adrian802
this is insane
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6 days ago by jtth
W hen people who read magazines read an article in a magazine, I don’t imagine they know how much the writer was paid. As consumers, we aren’t responsible for…
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6 days ago by mikerugnetta