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This post is a guest post by Bailey Digger

It’s probably one of the few professions that is recession-proof because no matter what happens, people will still tune in to the web to check out what’s going on with the rest of the world and to get their daily dose of social networks and blogs. Writing may not be a very lucrative career but it does more than pay the bills. And as long as you stay current and continue to find ways to market yourself, you don’t have anything to worry about. Marketing yourself as a writer is not that hard as long as you make the effort to do it consciously by:

Press News
This post is a guest post by Sarah Danielson

The core purpose of a press release is to relay business information to the public. But there are other motives for wanting to create and distribute a press release (as in, additional benefits that can be gained from choosing this method of advertising) and of course there are several options when it comes time to distribute your carefully worded blurbs. Accordingly, the prices can range from free to several hundred (or even several thousand) dollars, depending on which options you choose. But how do you know which ones are right for you and your business? Once you understand the services available and how they are priced, you will better be able to determine the best course of action when it comes to distributing your press releases.