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Writers Network, Editor's Notes 80
December 15, 2009

One secret of success in life
is for a man to be ready
for his opportunity when it comes

-- Benjamin Disraeli

In this issue:

1. Writers network on the Net
2. Tickled my funnybone
3. Interesting Web site

1.Writers network on the Net
One of the best ways to succeed in any business is to have--and use--a great network.

The net part of the word Internet highlights the way a Web site is part of a worldwide network. It's not enough simply to have a Web site, although that's a good place to start.

An effective Web site is part of a business strategy that capitalizes on networking. If you have a book to sell, you'll want a Web site that makes you visible on the Web and that makes the most of the networking capacities. I learned the Internet business for free at

In the next issue I will write about one way for a nonfiction writer to use a Web site.


2.Tickled my funnybone
"Red Tape Holds Up New Bridges" (Oklahoma construction program)


3. Interesting Web site is a great resource for freelance writers in any country, but is particularly good for Canadian writers.


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