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Demand Studios

Can You Make a Full Time Living Online?

Many people ask if they can make a full time income online.  The answer is that many people can actually make a decent living, maybe even get rich online just as in the offline world.  If you are considering your transition to the digital economy, consider these three methods of making a living online. Become a Freelance Writer for […]

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How to Write for Demand Studios

Here’s a little information for those who have never written an article for Demand Studios and are wondering what to expect….. 1). You must write in active voice. You cannot write in passive voice (was, were, etc.) You also cannot include any personal stuff in articles. Example, I have build thousands of model airplanes, etc. […]

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Is Ehow.com Really Dead?

A guest post by martinmrojas over at Bukisa.  Since many of the readers here are eHow refugees, when I found this article I had to share it because it presents some unique information.  I also note the difficulty dealing with DS editors expressed by the writer. This article explores some of the reasons why former […]

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Get Going With Constant Content and Track Your Success

Constant Content is far and away the best site for skilled web content writers to market their work and a skilled writer can actually earn some serious coin with Constant Content. However, most people who set up accounts never make a dime for one simple reason – they do not submit any articles for sale. […]

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Article Copyright & Rights Explained

A regular question that writers have concerns the different types of “rights” that exist around a written work.   I am not a lawyer, but I do have significant business oriented legal experience.  Here is a layperson’s explanation of what you need to understand as a creator of a written work (or video or audio work). If you […]

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Online Content Strategy After eHow

I just had to share this letter with everyone because it raises some interesting questions and well, it warms my heart because my main goal for this blog is to develop a community of readers that can help each other and learn together with me. Jade, Things have sure been hopping on eHow lately, and […]

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When Does Delete Not Mean Delete at eHow?

Several writers report getting this email from eHow.  I have not (yet) received it but I’ll pass it on as it was reported in the eHow forums.  I assume it is legit  for several reasons and will modify this post if it proves to be a hoax. You recently deleted your articles from eHow.com, and […]

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Should I Write For Demand Studios?

Tons of former eHow writers are asking this question.  I’ll disclose that I am in and approved as a Demand Studios writer.  I’ve looked around and posted to the DS Forums.   I don’t currently have access to the Create a Title tool at Demand Studios but I hope to have that corrected soon.  I […]

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eHow Changes Format

This just posted by Lex in the eHow Forums: Today, we’re announcing a series of changes for eHow.com. Anyone who’s ever written for eHow should receive a message today from eHow explaining those changes. But here’s an overview of what’s happening, why, and some of the impact. Since 2006, eHow’s growth has been nothing short […]

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