Will the iPad bring publishing back from its near-death experience? Let’s hope so. The income of all freelance writers depends on it.
Here’s some encouraging news.
“Here’s some good news for publishers reeling from a horrific 2009: Ad units on the iPad are attracting big-name advertisers. “
Pre-sales of advertising before the launch of the iPad augers well for writers, because generally speaking, if there’s no advertising, it means no editorial content, and no writing jobs.
Next week in Fab Freelance Writing Ezine, our theme is Writing Job Opportunities in 2010 (and beyond). I discuss the way in which the iPad will change publishing, and what this means for writers.
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