Top Ten Blogs for Writers: Time to Vote!

The 4th annual Top Ten Blogs for Writers contest is open and taking nominations!

That’s right. It’s time for you to head on over and vote for your favorite blog for writers.

(Men with Pens, right?)

Thanks to your support, we’ve been in the Top Ten Blogs for Writers for two years running now. (Check out last year’s results!) We sure would love to make it onto that list this year. We consider being in within the top ten a prestigious honor, and not one we take lightly.

We work hard to make it on that list, too. Remembering that we’re a blog for freelance writers first and foremost is always on our minds.

That’s why we give you awesome writing advice. Fantastic business tips. Tricks to get ahead, and ways to rock your freelance writing business so you can earn a decent living online.

And we’re not done yet. We’re here for a long time, not just a good time, so stay tuned for another full year of hits and chart-toppers.

But don’t forget to go vote!

Click here to nominate Men with Pens in the Top Ten Blogs for Writers challenge.

Thanks!

Post by James Chartrand

James Chartrand is an expert copywriter and the owner of Men with Pens and Damn Fine Words, the game-changing writing course for business owners. She loves the color blue, her kids, Nike sneakers and ice skating.

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  1. Done. And I wasn’t the first either. Good luck! It is well deserved!
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  2. Done! And like it was mentioned before…I’m not the first. 🙂
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  3. Mark Narter says:

    James wrote

    “Remembering that we’re a blog for freelance writers first and foremost is always on our minds.”

    Men with Pens is an important resource for writers. You talk about design too. A lot. That’s why I won’t nominate Men with Pens this year as I did last year. The top ten blogs for writing should include blogs that are all about writing not a blog that remembers its for freelance writers when they want to win an award. I’m sorry Men with Pens.

  4. @ Mark – Well, with over 750 posts on this site (and counting), and less than 50 on design (and even those are written for writers, not designers)… Are you sure you’re thinking of our blog? 🙂

    Still good to know your opinion and we’ll take it into consideration.

    @ Barbara, Wendi – Aw, thank you!

  5. I don’t think the top ten blogs for writers should be all about writing.

    Being all about writing is what keeps writers from earning any money. By and large, no one wants to hire a “freelance writer” anymore. They want to hire someone who will get results for their business.

    To position yourself as getting results, you need to focus on a lot of things outside the technical aspects of writing – customer service, how you “package” your writing (design), and how you convey value.

    To take another example, it’s also why the top law blogs these days don’t actually focus on legal developments. No one cares. What lawyers and clients do care about is value and that is what the top legal blogs focus on.

    That’s what makes Men in Pens valuable, as they have that focus.

  6. Sure. I think you’d be a great writer! Do WAY better than the current writers.
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  7. I voted for this blog. Why? Well you’re the only writing blog that I have subscribed to via feed-burner.

    It was an easy decision.
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  8. Men with Pens is an important resource for writers.

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