Anthony Caruana

Author's details

Name: Anthony Caruana
Date registered: August 13, 2010
URL: http://www.journoadvice.com

Latest posts

  1. Building a home office — September 15, 2017
  2. My 10-point pitching guide for PR and companies looking for media coverage — September 12, 2017
  3. Three steps to becoming a great writer — May 30, 2015
  4. Be fearless – but learn from mistakes — April 12, 2015
  5. Explore and take every opportunity — March 31, 2015

Most commented posts

  1. Should a freelancer ever refuse a job? — 9 comments
  2. Is self-publishing a book a wise move? — 7 comments
  3. Overcoming the loneliness of freelancing — 6 comments
  4. Time Management – Biting off more than you can chew — 6 comments
  5. Setting a pay-rate — 6 comments

Author's posts listings

Sep 15

Building a home office

This is one from my personal archives. It’s a project I did about nine years ago but it’s still relevant although the costs might be a little different today. There comes a time for most folks when they out-grow the sapce that’s available to us. For my family and me, the time came when the …

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Sep 12

My 10-point pitching guide for PR and companies looking for media coverage

If there’s one question I’m constantly asked it’s “How do we pitch to you so that our client/product/story gets coverage?”

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May 30

Three steps to becoming a great writer

Being a good writer isn’t about innate ability. Everyone can be a good writer with practice. Here are my three essential steps to becoming a great writer.

Apr 12

Be fearless – but learn from mistakes

A comment to a recent post here and a post on LinkedI summarise a key element of the success I’ve managed as a freelancer.

Mar 31

Explore and take every opportunity

Last week, the editor of one of my long-time clients, Australian Macworld tendered his resignation. This is not all that unusual as people do move between jobs. As Australian Macworld has been a long-term client I saw an exciting opportunity looming.

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