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When a person tells you Yes, do you think it means No? Or vice versa?
Some freelance writers receive emails from editors that literally say “Please pitch me again” and choose to interpret it as “Never pitch me again.”
Today we’re going to unpack where this topsy turvy thinking originates from (hint: It’s not that the editor is trying to be polite), why it’s harmful to you and your career, and how to move forward.
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