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P1d

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Hi all,
Not been on here for a while due to relocating the family etc. But as you may have seen recently, I've made a couple of posts and I'm back.

I've been in the IT industry for approx 15 years, as well as working full time I work self employed trying to get it off the ground with a view of working full time for myself.

I was wondering if anyone knew how I could become involved inwriting articles either technical or just helpful?

Thank you.

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and you have some specialist knowledge your best move is to contact IT magazines and ask them. Bear in mind that most magazines have staff writers as well as a list of freelancers, and you'll be up against some established writers, but everyone has to start somewhere.

Don't expect to make a fortune from it.

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P1d

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I'm sure you know what it's like when you read an article and you're talking your opinion to it, knowing well that no-one can hear you!

I don't expect to make a fortune from it, I'm lucky enough to enjoy IT as a hobby as well as a career and like to think that I can help at least one person.

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