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Freelance Work - How to turn your blog into a job-related tool - cover

Freelance Work - How to turn your blog into a job-related tool

Suzanne Borg

Publisher: MB Cooltura

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Summary

Building an excellent professional career from a blog is possible. Courses, digital communication services, newspapers and many other successful business models have started with this format. The creative universe of the blogosphere is broad, and even if you do not want to become a blog entrepreneur, this guide will help you build an outstanding window of occupational exposure.
Available since: 02/18/2015.
Print length: 50 pages.

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