Having written more than 600 articles for countless publications and clients, Nicky LaMarco used to painstakingly create PDFs of every single piece for her personal backup. Having switched to Authory, she isn’t looking back.
Being a long-time journalist and photographer, Ivan was used to losing countless articles over the years for a myriad of reasons, with some outlets literally shutting overnight. This has changed dramatically since he started to use Authory.
Looking for a way to showcase the entire breadth and depth of his journalistic work, Ali came across Authory. His verdict? “It’s the only service I’ve seen that actually does what it promises and does it well.”
Jennifer Pattison Tuohy had two priorities that many freelancers have: Keeping copies of her work, and having an easy, well-presented way to show her work to potential clients. With Authory, she’s found a solution for both at the same time.
Kane Fulton lost hundreds of articles when the publication he wrote for changed its CMS. His work was gone for good, and Kane immediately started looking for a solution to ensure this would never happen to him again.
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Howard M. Cohen has written for considerably more publications than the average journalist. That’s why finding a solution for how to present and protect his work has been vital for him.
The senior writer for New York Magazine and The Cut has written more than 600 articles so far. Here Sangeeta elaborates on why backing up your articles is of vital importance, and how she personally makes sure her old and new pieces alike are always safe.
Jason Pettigrove only started full-time journalism in 2015 but has already written more than 4,500 articles. Here he explains how he did that and how he has managed to become the editor for one of the best-known football clubs in the world.