Writing articles for magazines isn’t as hard as you think. Yes, there’s lots of competition. Sure, you’ll receive more rejections from editors and publishers than acceptances. But that’s actually good news, because it discourages other writers! And that leaves the freelance writing field open for smart cookies like you.
how to get articles published
I’ve written literally thousands of articles and blog posts since I first started blogging in 2008. Believe it or not, learning how to write good titles that are eye-catching, attention-grabbing and curiosity-invoking was never high on my list of priorities.
Good news! If your writing has been rejected multiple times by magazine editors, book publishers and literary agents, then you’re a real writer. You’re in the game! The bad news is that you may feel too discouraged, disappointed and disheartened to keep writing. You’re tempted to kick yourself out of the game.
How do you get published in a magazine? These tips will help you write better articles, improve your query letters, and learn how to be a freelance writer who has more assignments than she can handle.
You’ll be surprised by the variety of these different types of online and print magazine articles! This comprehensive list includes feature length articles, roundups, personality profiles, research shorts, human interest puff pieces, and “how to” articles. Whether you’re an aspiring freelance writer or an established author you’ll find lots of ideas in this list.
You need to write an article for Valentine’s Day, and you don’t want to publish the same old ideas as every other writer, blogger, and content creator. My creative tips will take you beyond the usual “romantic gift ideas” and “how we met” articles.