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Without Papers wrote:
> freelancing business. When you first start out on your own, it's pretty hard
> to find out what rates are like unless colleagues are willing to talk.
The Writer's Market has a whole section on what to charge for all types
of writing, including technical. It may not match *exactly* what you're
doing, but it'll come close.
Joanne Grey finally! speaking for the company
Principal Technical Writer j_grey -at- writeangles -dot- com
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