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Subject:Your Opinion is Appreciated From:Eileen Bator <Eileen_Bator -at- COMPUSERVE -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 15 Oct 1997 15:02:50 -0400
Your newsletter ideas are interesting to me; I just became a consultant.
While I have
a lot of help from my husband, who is a freelance programmer, there are
issues I still need to research. I would be interested in the following
Good sources for insurance for the self-employed
Survey of technical writer rates
Writing your own contracts
The role of tech writers in Web page development (personal
anecdotes, interviews, actual experience)
Creative marketing efforts
I like the idea of an online newsletter. I spend at least an hour a
day on email and research to stay current. In fact, I just subscribed
to an online newsletter about entreupreneurial couples. Monthly
would be fine. If you ever need assistance, I'd be glad to