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August 31, 2010

Worth Noting: Today’s the Last Day

Filed under: Uncategorized — Rich Adin @ 5:27 am
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Just a reminder for those who are interested in attending “Finding Your Niche/Expanding Your Horizons” conference (to be held October 1 and 2, 2010, in Rochester, NY; see A Gathering of Freelance Editorial Professionals) that today is the last day you can preregister and receive a discount.

Lots of knowledgable people will be attending — both speakers and conference goers — so it will be a great opportunity to learn what you can do to enhance your freelance career. It will also be an opportunity to speak — one-on-one — to some of the people from whom you have sought advice in other forums. This conference will give you an opportunity to discuss some of your concerns about the future, especially about competing and working more efficiently, with some of the most successful freelancers around and people who are experts in using the tools of editorial freelancing to get the most bang for the buck.

Registration information for the conference, which includes a complete schedule, is available here.

(Note: Although I am a speaker at the conference, I have no financial interest in the conference or in the sponsor of the conference, Communication Central, other than that I will be reimbursed for my expenses.)

1 Comment »

  1. Thank you, Rich!

    The early-bird deadline for the best conference registration rates is Wednesday, Sept. 1. Members of professional associations and past participants in Communication Central events will still be able to use a “colleagues’ discount” after that, but the savings won’t be as good.


    Comment by Ruth E. Thaler-Carter — August 31, 2010 @ 10:09 am | Reply

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