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How to Build and Organize a Freelance Writing Portfolio Online

Building an online portfolio is an important part of building your credibility as a freelance writer. Editors will be more likely to want to publish your work if you have a neatly organized online portfolio that represents your previous publication experience. Here are some tips for building an online portfolio to show off your clips.

1) Post only your best work.
If you link to everything you’ve ever written, editors may get bored before getting to anything good. Think about the kind of clips you would send to editors in the mail along with your query letters. You would only send your best materials. Post only your best work to your online portfolio.

2) Organize clips by subject matter and/or category.
Don’t organize your online portfolio by date. While this might work for resumes, this is not the easiest way for an editor to navigate through your online portfolio. Put all your feature articles in one place, and then organize them by subject matter. Place all your news stories in another section, and organize those by subject matter. And so on.

3) Make sure you own the rights to every clip you post.
If you have sold a work for all rights or even for full electronic rights, you may not have the right to post it on your website. While it is fine to mail a copy of a clip you have sold full rights to, posting them online is a different story. Publishing your work even on your own website (free with Wix) is considered publication and may violate agreements you have made with clients or editors.

4) Link to clips posted on other websites.
If you’ve done work for online publications or websites, you can link directly to these works in your portfolio. Make sure to check your links every so often to make sure they’re still active. It is unprofessional to have broken links on your portfolio.

5) Scan printed clips.
If your work was published in print rather than online, as long as you own the rights to the work, you can scan the copy and publish it to your portfolio. When scanning work, save to a .pdf file rather than publishing the file as an image to your site. Almost all editors will be able to view .pdf files. Image files or other document files may not appear to each viewer in the same format or as clear as they appear to you on your screen.

6) List publication information for each clip.
Always include the name of the publication who printed each piece of your work. Make sure to state when the piece was published. For work you’ve posted that is not directly linked to a publication’s site, you may still want to provide a website for the reference of your visitors. This way, if an editor has never heard of a publication, he/she has the option to easily visit the publication’s site to find out more.

7) Don’t post unpublished articles in hopes to sell them.
Editors visit your portfolio looking for samples of your previously published work. They will not be browsing your portfolio to purchase the articles on your website. Most editors want articles written specifically with their publication in mind. Regardless, they will not be impressed with your “Articles for Sale” sign — if you want to sell your articles online, sell them someplace other than your portfolio.

8) Get some exposure.

Getting exposure can be tough, but in the digital era, there is social media, news outlets, press release options, and much more. Getting exposure is an excellent way to get more credibility as a freelance writer.

What Is Business Continuity and Why Is It Important?


Business Continuity is the ability of a company to maintain the essential services and functions during unfavourable and bleak situations. This could include a company’s downfall, an epidemic or pandemic and natural disasters. It includes involving risk management procedures to prevent any mission-critical services with the aim to refurbish everything the company has lost or in danger, at the soonest.

In order to maintain the continuity of a business, it is essential to have a business continuity plan that will keep the vital functions of the business running, to put an end or recover from the financial damage caused to the business. A business continuity plan is essential because it contains the various unpredictable events and takes into account natural disasters, cyber attacks and other external human or natural threats.

It is recommended for small, medium or large scale businesses. According to a few experts, the initial step in business planning is to allocate the money and resources to deal with any type of situation. New technologies like disk monitoring should be employed by companies to keep their data up to date. This will also prevent the loss of data because they help in maintaining the data not primarily in data centers, but also in geographically dispersed locations.


Why it is important

Like mentioned above, it is critical during a downtime, whether it is humanmade or a natural threat to the industry or the business. With the increase in the risk of cyber-attacks and loss of data due to corrupt devices, it is essential to maintain a business model that will retrieve the company from the threat without disrupting the operations.

Maintaining a business continuity plan will help the organization in maintaining a minimal level of essentials during a crisis and also maintain resiliency to respond quickly to any kind of threats and take necessary actions. Not only does a practical plan help in running a company smoothly during crucial times, but it also keeps the company’s monetary and reputation in check. In the era of increase in regulations, it is also necessary for legal compliance and requirements.

What it includes

Business continuity is a comprehensive plan that includes:

  • Contact information
  • A stepwise guide on how to use the guidelines
  • A guide on when and how to use the document

It contains guidelines on how to maintain the sanity of a company when in terms of need and to keep the operations of business running smoothly. The plan must have no hindrance, and the procedure must be crisp and precise. This is because, during bleak situations, the entire company, including stakeholders, employees and the customers are at stake. The critical components of a business continuity plan include:

  • Increase in the resilience of the organization done by designing critical functions.
  • It is setting objectives and time for the recovery of the business function for different functions, systems and networks within a company.

A contingency plan which has detailed procedures and responsibilities to maintain the business.