From the category archives:

Writing

A Great Writing Opportunity

I’ve blogged about Constant Content before as a very good place for skilled writers to earn money. Today, for the 3rd or 4th time in just about a month I received this invitation: I’m writing from Constant Content because we have a very urgent need for articles on home, auto and life insurance, as well […]

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Copyright and Image Pinning

In the old days before the internet was invented, copyright was a fairly clear cut concept.  Few people (relatively) had the means to publish and copyright was easier to enforce. When the new Stephan King novel came out, no one with a printing press would be so dumb as to republish the whole book or […]

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Updated E-book Success on Constant Content

I’ve covered freelance writing site Constant Content a number of times because I believe it represents one of the best online marketplaces for selling articles at decent prices. You can actually make a full time living on the site like many other writers do there.  I’m really pleased to present a video that highlights one […]

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Author Interview: Ian S Rutter (and thoughts in Kindle Publishing)

As part of our continuing series of author interviews, today we are speaking with British Author Ian S Rutter. Welcome Ian. What kind of books do you write? Since 2005, I have written 5 manuscripts, Three of the books are horror stories, and the other two are for children. This is the first time I […]

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Author Interview: GeVonna

A former media personality, GeVonna now styles herself as a Creative Entrepreneur which encompasses acting, speaking and all of her creative endeavors. She was born and raised in Chicago, and still lives in the Windy City, but she is a graduate of the University of Kansas, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in […]

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YouSayToo Revenue Sharing Bites the Dust

Strange happenings over at YouSayToo, or maybe we should have expected this: Dear JadeDragon,2011 has been a good year for YouSayToo. We have done and achieved much but more importantly there’s still so much we can do to make YouSayToo better. We’d like to tell you about our recent developments and future plans.The big news […]

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Insights from Children’s Fantasy Author RA Jones

As part of our occasional series of author interviews, today we are pleased to present an interview with RA Jones, a children’s fantasy writer. Publishing books creates residual or passive income (work once, get paid over and over into the future), so exploring how to become a successful author is well within the theme of […]

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How to Choose a Revenue Sharing Site

If you plan to write for money or you need to drive traffic and links to your own web properties, you are going to be interested in using one or more revenue sharing sites.  I’ve gravitated to Infobarrel for some obvious reasons, but here are some considerations in picking a good revenue sharing site.  Most […]

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Introducing the Constant Content Publisher for WordPress

This is a guest post/announcement from Constant Content We’ve always sought to make it as easy as possible for you to source the Web’s best original content to use on your websites. Today, we’re announcing a new feature that goes one step further; making it just as easy to instantly publish content from Constant Content to your […]

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The Master Niche Site Checklist

If you are planning a niche site to make money online, than here is a checklist of key things to consider. Where appropriate I’ve linked to resources and products that I use myself and have no issue recommending.  Some of these are affiliate links and if you choose to use the resources via these links, […]

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Sold Usage Rights: How to Make More Money on an Article

If you have sold or given away the rights to use an article but retained copyright consider these ways to use an article again to profit directly and indirectly from your content. 1. Post the article on any blog or website you own yourself. You control the content policy so you might as well use […]

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What Are the Benefits to Commenting on Revenue Share Sites?

Many revenue sharing sites offer members the opportunity to comment on each other’s articles.  At eHow this got way out of hand as Read Rate and Comment rings went crazy on the (likely) false understanding that somehow comments and ratings factored into the super secret earnings formula. On a completely transparent revenue share site like […]

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Benefits of Infobarrel

Infobarrel is an up and coming revenue sharing site where you can write articles and earn money for your work. There are a few reasons why Infobarrel is a good choice: 1. High share of Google Adsense – 75%-90% of the revenue is shared with the writers. 2. Chitika and Amazon Affiliates are additional ways to earn on Infobarrel. 3. You can use affiliate links […]

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Buying And Selling Unique Article Content

By Author: Gene Bateman I need original articles for my website or blog but don’t have the time to write it, where can i get it? Can someone else do this for me? How much will it cost? These questions are often thought about when starting a new website and you want to be able […]

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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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Three Short & Quick Writing Job Sites

I just want to highlight some interesting online writing gigs that can be done as short time fillers. Hopefully you find these writing sites useful. None of them require writing a full article, all grammatically correct and perfect.  While generally no one cares about your opinion, on these sites you can express your opinion to […]

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How To Turn Travel Writing Into Passive Income

Here is a guest post from Debbie Dragon with some ideas for aspiring travel writers interested in making money with a blog. Do you love to travel? Do you love writing? If you answered yes to both questions, did you know that you could potentially combine the two and make a passive income?  How is […]

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oDesk as a Freelance Writing Market

oDesk.com started as a place to hire coders but it evolved into a large freelance writing marketplace.  There are literally thousands of freelance writing jobs on oDesk that a writer can bid on. When looking for freelance work, take these points into consideration: 1. Fill out your profile carefully and completely. Employers will be sifting through […]

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Why No One Cares What You Think

OK, maybe your mother cares about your opinion (but likely not).  Here is why, in almost all cases, no one wants your opinion online. They don’t know you, plain and simple.  Just because they might read your blog or connect with you on Facebook does not mean they know you either. Even the people who […]

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