The beginning writer doesn't have a resume, even if she has an MFA. She has aspirations, she has, perhaps, accredidation, and she has little experience. Without experience in the field, she cannot build an impressive writer's resume.
Today's Claudsy' Blog at http://claudsy.wordpress.com/2012/03/23/whether-you-get-paid-or-not/ discusses sme of the ways that the new writer, or slightly experienced one, can build a bigger client list, resume and future without it costing much more than additional experience for her.
Learning to barter writing skills for needed products or work can garner the writer more than convenience. Such bartering can help broaden skill sets, writer-client interaction skills, contract negotiation skills, and much more. The new writer who allows herself to work for something other than cash, can help herself tremendously.
Take a peek at a few of the examples given by hopping over to Claudsy's Blog. Enjoy and comment, if you will.
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