You should try and develop a query for each market you try to write for just as you would develop a slightly different resume for each place you work at. The operative phrase is, "I present myself to solve your problem." The…"
Work can be hard to find when you earn your keep as a freelance journalist. Since 2010, that has been my focus, though not as focused as I would like. Not long ago, I decided to diversify and market other types to businesses. I emailed out a number of queries, which I am sure ended up in a SPAM file on more than a few desktops. I am just curious about how freelancers create their query letters or emails for different companies. When you diversify how different do the queries need to be? For…See More
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