"Master Dayton" might be humorous, (I mean if Ph.Ds are called "Doctors," shouldn't MFAs be called "Masters?") but in all seriousness I have made a living freelance writing and after several years I have tons of information I want to share to help out my fellow writers, regardless of age, experience, goals, situation, or background. This blog isn't pretty-but it will help if real freelance writing information is what you want.

Sunday, September 30, 2012

Update on the New Website and Blog

This will be a quick update to let everyone following this blog know that I've Finally gotten around to getting the new blog up and moving over at masterdayton.com.  Finally some branding, wa-hoo!  Although it's still pretty bare and going to be a process, I'm hoping over time to move more and more of my activity all there and get to the point where ya'll are hearing from me once or twice a week.

This blog will still get updated from time to time, and at the very least in the short term I'll have shorter summary posts here to at least give the heads up on what's going on over at the other page - but for all of you who follow this freelance writing blog I still suggest bookmarking the new page, as well, since more of my concentration is going to be focused there over time. 

If you haven't seen the most recent blog post, I talk about why 4 star rated Textbroker writers should take a gander at the most recent workload:
Because at least for another week there's plenty of work there if you have down time.

And if you didn't see the big kick-off post of my new Master Dayton blog there's plenty that I cover in detail in that post including:
  • Current thoughts on Web 2.0 websites
  • The recent Google updates
  • My first published fiction on Amazon Kindle
  • Opening spaces to be hired for work, and what I charge (in case you're wondering what's possible once you hit a certain point freelancing)
  • Future of a free e-mail "freelance writing for beginners" course
  • Future kindle freelance writing reports I'll be releasing
  • Finding new high level clients in today's markets
  • Moving from being just beginner focused to more advanced strategies and tutoring
All this can be found at:

So I hope this update finds you all well and still writing away.  Keep up the great work and until next time keep living the dream!


  1. Came to check you out. Chris (iworkofftheclock) gave you a plug on Facebook :) Interested in what you've got to say!

  2. Hey,

    Thanks for visiting! I just saw Chris's plug for me on Facebook - love his energy and kind spirit. Hope you find plenty useful here and on the new site, and thanks for stopping by! I'm definitely stoked to be exchanging guest posts with him. Take care!