From my pal Jenn at All Freelance Writing… Woohoo!
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All Freelance Writing Releases Two Free Word Count Trackers in Time for NaNoWriMoContact Information
Philadelphia, PA — October 29, 2009 — All Freelance Writing (www.AllFreelanceWriting.com), a business blog for freelance writers, launches a new collection of free interactive tools for writers starting with two free word count trackers. The word count trackers are being released in time for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), so writers working on their 50,000 word novels during November will have new tracking options available.
The first word count tracker focuses entirely on word counts, but enables users to easily customize the size and color of their progress bar to fit the design and space on their own site. Users can also choose from two pre-existing size options — a small progress bar that will fit even narrow blog sidebars and a much larger progress bar that can be used within blog posts or forum signatures. This word count tracker can be found at http://allfreelancewriting.com/word-count-tracker/
The second word count tracker can be used for much more than tracking word counts during NaNoWriMo. Users can choose from preset options to track word count, pages, or posts (if they want to set monthly blog posting goals for example). There is also a custom option where the user can enter anything else they’d like to track — weight loss, vacation count downs, days until a baby is expected, income goals, and much more. Three size options are available for this word count tracker, and it can be found at http://allfreelancewriting.com/word-count-tracker/
Both free word count trackers will provide the user with code for their custom progress bar after they enter their goal and current progress. That code can be embedded on any Web site, blog, forum, or anywhere else they’re permitted to embed the code.
About All Freelance Writing
All Freelance writing is a blog for freelance writers, founded by freelance business writer and professional blogger Jennifer Mattern. As of October 2009, a new team of freelance writers was assembled, converting All Freelance Writing into a group blog. The site is dedicated to providing no-nonsense business advice to both new and experienced freelance writers and features a collection of free downloads, interactive tools for writers, daily listings of freelance writing jobs and blogging jobs Monday through Friday, and more.
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