When you are a writer, it’s almost certain you’ll eventually see 404 pages where your articles used to be. And that’s immensely frustrating. Automotive writer Jim Koscs uses Authory to create an automated archive that saves him every time.
3 months ago
Being a freelancer means a myriad of tasks need to be juggled simultaneously. Matt Donato uses Authory to automate many of the chores, leaving him with more time for the work he loves — and making his editors and readers very happy, too.
If you are building out your brand as a thought leader in your industry, you are probably very happy about every piece of content that mentions you. But what’s next? How do you actually utilize all this content? David Cohn let us in on how exactly he uses Authory for building out his personal brand.
How do you present your work to prospective clients if you’ve written hundreds of articles on many different topics? Most freelancers would point to their portfolio. But that’s, by definition, generic. Writer Maya Middlemiss has a solution that makes every prospect feel unique.
If you are writing articles that others then publish, you naturally want to know how many shares, likes, tweets, and comments your pieces receive. Getting this kind of data is easier said than done. But there are ways, and content marketer Holly Landis lets us in on how she does it.
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.
over 2 years ago
In this interview, healthcare and tech journalist Jeanette Beebe shares how she keeps track of her articles, connects with readers, and puts public interest reporting at the center of her work.