Big news here Monday.
Yup, that’s all I’m gonna give you for now.
Don’t try to convince me to tell you! Come back MONDAY!
For now, lots of links:
- Mashable explains how to manage social media accounts for multiple clients.
- Why strategists — and everyone — should make stuff, from strategy director (though I’m not sure what that means) Mark Pollard.
- My colleague Kim Palmer writes about how to master the new freelance economy. Some great examples here of people who have made their side hustle work for them.
- At The Fearful Adventurer, Torre DeRoche — whose book launches in a few weeks! — writes about the case against 10-year plans.
- Whoa! Discovered Dave Navarro’s The Launch Coach, which is a gold mine for writers, bloggers and entrepreneurs. More on this after I’ve read every single e-book he’s written.
- From BootsnAll, tips for solo travel from those who’ve done it. Lots of meaty advice here.
- For business journalism jobs, wire services kick salary ass, reports MediaJobsDaily. Good reason to consider working for one.
- Chris Brogan ran a series this week about writing books. It’s more for non-fiction authors than the novel-writers amongst us, but don’t miss it. The latest post was about making money.
- Still rooting for Pete Gostelow as he cycles across Africa. The video in his latest post about Nairobi made me smile.
- Before you pitch a book blogger, check out this must-read advice from book reviewer Jessica Lawlor.
- Does travel make you a better version of yourself? I’d give that a big yes. From Rolf Potts.
- A list of Google+ hangouts! Got tipped off to this one by Keppie Careers.
- More than hilarious: How journalists see each other, from journo David Cohn.
- Finally, I guested on social media thug Marian Schembari’s site this week about what to say on social media when you think you have nothing to say. Especially good for social-media newbies.