The Business Rusch: Blogs, Guest Blogs, and Blog Interviews (Discoverability Part 9)

 Before I get too deep in this week’s blog post, I’m going to point out a few things of my own that will be part of future blog posts (and also touch upon past posts). First, I’m participating in the first of three book bundles. This kind of bundle (there are several other kinds, which we’ll discuss) combines the fan bases of eight different writers. […]

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The Business Rusch: Challenges For Big Publishing (Changing Times Part Three)

The Business Rusch: Challenges for Big Publishing (Changing Times Continued) Kristine Kathryn Rusch Misinformation presented as fact irritates me.  It always has. My training as a journalist came at the hands of the World War II journalists—the guys who essentially invented television and radio news—as well as some hardcore investigative reporters.  Thirty years ago, even the smallest news organization wouldn’t print (or broadcast) information that […]

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Freelancer’s Survival Guide: 21st Century Thinking (Advertising Part 2)

Artwork donated by Pati Nagle. The Freelancer’s Survival Guide: 21st Century Thinking (Advertising Part 2) Kristine Kathryn Rusch Last week, I mentioned that I’d been thinking about advertising in a very 20th century manner.  I’ve been thinking about a lot of things in 20th century manner, which makes sense, considering I spent 40 years in the 20th century, and only 10 in the 21st (so […]

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