When youâ€™re looking for work, your best chance at getting it is to reduce the number of competitors, preferably down to zero. This not only increases the likelihood that youâ€™ll get the job, but it gives you much more leeway when it comes to negotiating a price. To succeed though, you must find the clients who arenâ€™t advertising. In some cases, youâ€™ll want to find clients who werenâ€™t even aware they needed a writer.
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Adobe FrameMaker is the Documentation Standard Adobe FrameMaker is the industry standard for writing book-length technical documentation. It is a powerful program capable of creating books of well over a thousand pages. The learning curve for the program is significant. Adobe FrameMaker is a much different animal than Microsoft Word and other word processors. It […]
A guide to the world of technical writing contracting and “The Microsoft Rule”.
A discussion of a real world project using Adobe Illustrator to Edit Adobe Acrobat files.