Tim Beyers

Links

CLIENTS

The Motley Fool. A client since 2003, The Motley Fool has more than 5 million unique visitors per month. You’ll find me there writing daily about superior tech investing ideas.

The Quicken Blog. An on-again, off-again client, The Quicken Blog is now being managed by the editors at Mint.com. Click here to get an archive of my wallet-fattening tips.

EDITORS

Julia Angwin. A technology editor for The Wall Street Journal, Julia was fantastic as our Editorchat guest host on April 29, 2009. She’s also the author of Stealing MySpace: The Battle to Control the Most Popular Website in America (Random House, 2009).

John A. Byrne. Founder of C-Change Media and former Executive Editor of BusinessWeek. His turn at guest hosting Editorchat is to this day one of our most popular chats.

E&P in Exile. The blog of Greg Mitchell and Joe Strupp, two of Editor & Publisher‘s best-known former employees and longtime observers of the declining newspaper industry.

Jane Friedman. One of the most helpful souls in publishing, Jane’s There Are No Rules blog for Writer’s Digest, where she serves as Publisher and Editorial Director, is a must-read for authors.

Patrick LaForge. Editor of the City Room blog and director of the copy desks for The New York Times, Patrick is another of my favorite people to watch on Twitter.

Tim O’Brien. The Sunday business page editor of The New York Times and author of TrumpNation: The Art of Being The Donald (Warner Books, 2005), Tim is an occasional participant in Editorchat.

Maria Schneider. Her blog, Editor Unleashed, contains many excellent tips for writers, as well as Q&As with literary agents.

FREELANCING

Freelancedom. Writer and editor Steph Auteri’s tips are relevant, personal, and worth reading. There’s usually at least one great nugget to be found in her weekly “link love” post. Steph is also a smart follow on Twitter.

Mediabistro. This portal serves as both an eye on the publishing industry via its various newsletters and blogs, and as a freelance resource via its markets data and editor interviews. Worth the subscription price.

The Anti 9-to-5 Guide. Freelancer Michelle Goodman’s blog about escaping from the cube farm is based on her excellent book, The Anti 9-to-5 Guide: Practical Career Advice for Women Who Think Outside the Cube (Seal Press, 2006). You’ll find Michelle on Editorchat from time to time.

The Other “F” Word. Where my Editorchat partner and co-founder, Lydia Dishman, blogs about freelancing. You can also find her on Twitter.

RESOURCES

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