Where do you go and who do you trust when seeking advice or direction?
I know family is probably one of the first things that comes to mind with this question and friends would be a close second. Depending on what type of advice you’re seeking, you may have to look a little further - to your extended friends and family.
While this is a writing-related post, it is basically me asking for help - seeking advice and direction.
For most things nowadays you can find an answer just by using Google. Sometimes hundreds of answers are at your fingertips within minutes.
But for me, when I find answers through Google I’m still not always sure. While I know there are untold numbers of people in blogdom that are wonderful, helpful and caring - there are also those you can’t and shouldn’t trust.
That, my friends, is why I’m turning to you for advice or at least direction. I’m seeking to find out about doing freelance writing. It’s something that has piqued my interest and I’d like to know more. I found a number of sites where you can sign up, select from a category and submit your article. But again, I’m not sure how trustworthy these sites are.
Is there anyone out there that does freelance work that can point me in the right direction to a legitimate site? Is there freelance work available through the web?
If anyone has any answers, you’re welcome to leave the information in the comments or contact me directly by email (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you do e-mail, please put “Answering Your Question” in the subject line so I’ll know what it is in case gmail sends it to the spam folder.
Thanks for stopping by today and taking time to read my ramblings. Do you trust information you find online to would you rather have a friend’s recommendation?
Join me tomorrow when my friend and fellow blogger F.M. Meredith, author of ANGEL LOST, guest blogs. She’s going to talk about adding flavor to her ROCKY BLUFF P.D. CRIME series.