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[Getting it Write] Should You Give Away Your Writing?
June 01, 2017
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This Week's Highlights

We've been busy drafting tons of new content for you this past week or two. In fact, there are at least seven pages in draft just waiting for the publish button to be pressed. And at least twelve more to be uploaded.

Here's your recap of what's new since we last emailed you.

New Content

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Finally, here's the answer to our question. Can you profit by giving away your writing? If you give in the right places, the answer is yes.

Going forward, we expect to be adding one or more pages per week for you. Please let us know what kind of content you'd like to see. The more input you offer, the more it helps us create a better resource for you.

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Sincerely,

The NFWG Team


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