It is easy to get published in local publications, but the sale of articles for magazines in the kiosks can be a great challenge. I started inscribing for magazines in the 1980s. Over the years, I have put up for sale many articles. Here are my four tips.
- Lettering for magazines is easier than you think, but it takes persistence Editors are engaged. However, they are very aware of everything that crosses their desk, so if you present questions by mail or as some prefer magazines, fax or email the editors are aware that, if met or not. Requirements to send you, with your best ideas, imagination and writing, more will be on you. Sooner or later you will receive an answer, usually by phone. Therefore, always include your contact information including telephone number.
- If you like the thought, the proposal by no means give up – keep sending it the good quality idea you think would be perfect? If the publisher needs a meticulous idea, you get a reply within a day or two. If two weeks pass, and have not expected a reply, please send your proposal for a new place. Be certain to change the first draft, anyway. I even now remember my face was burnt through a query editor by fax (number three on my list). I was in a rush and overlooked to delete the name of another publisher I had sent to. Three editors called me at once. She laughed, and I wanted the article, but guardedly suggested that I read the question. Embarrassing.
- Enthusiasm is: See what you like the infatuation and enthusiasm shine through his words. If you like a particular journal, it is very likely that you can write to them. If you read enough questions, you get an idea of what they want. From there, find ideas that excite you, and send. Publishers forgive a lot if you love.
- What do you sell? Pay thought to the rights Try to keep as many rights as probable in your words. Today, vendors are gazing to buy all rights (all rights right through the world, a series of electronic products and, instead.) Negotiate.
Do not yet give up all rights, without negotiations to keep as much as possible. Writing for magazines is a lot of enjoyment. You make money, and you can make fine contacts, too. Seek it, you can enjoy.