Mon. Mar 4th, 2024

Writing for magazines is a great place to freelance because you can earn a good paycheck writing cover stories, features, how-to articles, interview pieces, product or travel destination reviews, and other types of articles. Plus, your byline will promote yourself as a freelance writer to the public.

Healing
Crystals
Gems
Diamonds
Jewels
meditation for sleep
Morning Meditation
mindful meditation
manifestation meditation
minute mediation
mediation how to
10 minute mediation
red gemstones
love language
love
love quotes
love stories
5 love languages
love at first sight
fall in love
your love
love letter
love quotes for him
poetry
celeb news
love poetry
famous poems
celebrity news news
movie archive celeb
celeb leaked

Follow these tips:

TIP #1: Most of the articles you will write for magazines will be between 800-1500 words.

TIP #2: Know the magazine before you submit your article. There’s nothing worse than submitting an article with the wrong style, topic, or editorial slant to an editor who doesn’t publish that kind of article.

TIP #3: If you aren’t familiar with the magazine editor and the editor isn’t familiar with you, then submit a non-seasonal article (not specific to a time frame) for consideration.

 

TIP #4: Once you have written your article, study the Internet for the best possible way to write query letters or proposals.

TIP #5: Plan out your article in a well-organized, thoughtful manner. Editors want strong openings and fantastic conclusions.

TIP #6: Pitch an article or query letter to one of the many departments in the magazine. Writing short articles for departments or topic-specific sections is easier to break into.

TIP #7: Articles for print must be better than the articles you write for the web, especially SEO content. Editors expect exceptional work. These days editors expect you to interview sources, gather facts from newsworthy sources, and provide photos or illustrations to accentuate your article. However, with more and more newbie editors coming onto the scene to start a magazine with family money, try to keep your options limited to magazines with good, stable editors who know the business. For instance, freelance writers consider established newsstand magazines as the upper echelon of magazines in the industry. Approach them first. The pay will be better and so will the exposure for you as a writer.

TIP #8: Know your audience. If you don’t know your audience, you will not be able to write material aimed at the magazine’s readership.

 

TIP #9: Know what will interest your readers.

By admin