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freelance writing

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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What are Bookmarking Sites and How To Use Bookmarking Sites

Online article writers and new internet marketers are soon exposed to the concept of bookmarking sites and encouraged to use them.  Writer skeffling over in Infobarrel ask what bookmarking sites are all about. “I still don’t get bookmarking sites.  What is the definition and scope of one?  Do FB and  Twitter fall in that definition?   What we […]

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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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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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Xomba Changes

Writing site Xomba is in the process of reinventing itself which begs the question “Is Xomba still useful?” What are the Changes at Xomba? They no longer permit bookmarking to your own blog They no longer want the site used to bookmark your content on other writing sites No affiliate links or advertisements – including […]

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Is Infobarrel a Good Site?

After being directed to Infobarrel.com by Pat Flynn I posted a few articles and than moved on to other projects. Now I’ve gone back and started adding more articles after seeing several other bloggers recommend Infobarrel. My assessment now is that Infobarrel is a great site for these reasons: 1. Very fair revenue share. Sure you can get […]

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Successful Web Content Writing

In this post I am pleased to present an interview with Celeste Stewart, a California based mother who works full time from home as an online content writer. Celeste Stewart’s work is found all over the internet both with her byline and without (ghost written work).   She makes good money at writing web content too […]

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How to Find High Value Keywords

Keyword advertising is the high tech way to find targeted customers. Advertisers engage in keyword bidding to get strong adwords keywords. The most valuable adwords keywords, in the opinion of the advertisers, have the highest keyword advertising value. As a web content writer interested in earning money from keyword advertising, you want to do a […]

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Bukisa Changes to Adsense API and How to Set Up for Adsense

Bukisa is undergoing a big change for the better by replacing the in house Bukisa Index with direct Adsense earnings. Here is the email announcing the change: Hey JadeDragon, The Bukisa team is working hard to make Bukisa an even better place to be for our valued community members, including you. In 30 days, we […]

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Cooks Source New Official Statement

Cooks Source has come out with a new statement but it does little to address the core problem.  In fact, it mainly attacks the writer who raised the issue of their copyright infringement in the first place. Before I could even complete this post the cookssource.com site has been taken down and now redirects to intuit.com  The entire […]

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What Kinds of Articles Will Not Earn Money Online?

A recent question about a Constant Content rejection prompted this post. Let’s look at two classes of writing. Profitable Writing Information about things people might want to buy Information about places people might want to go Information about things people might want to do Information on How To Do Pretty Much Anything Reviews of Products […]

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Don’t Bother With These Revenue Sharing Sites

Hey there, everyone.  Evelyn Fielding here, JadeDragon’s friend from Constant-Content. I was in exploring mode yesterday and googled “top revenue sharing websites” (using Ask.com, of course). A bunch of lists popped up with Top 20, Top 50, Top 101 etc. revenue sharing websites. The big dogs were on there: Associated Content (read how they scammed non-US writers at […]

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3 Ways a Freelance Writer Can Find Steady Private Clients

Getting private freelance clients is one way to generate a steady freelance writing income.  Most private writing work is really ghost writing.  There are a three good ways to do this online. 1. Go to oDesk, get an oDesk account and start bidding on jobs. When you win a few, and impress your clients, there […]

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How To Get More Traffic To Your Bukisa Articles?

This is republished by permission from Bukisa. The author is Indian based Shanmugam Piramanayagam In addition to his good points about driving traffic to your articles, Shanmugam reveals that in just a couple of months of part time work (mainly 2 successful articles) he is earning nearly a buck a day. Not much to a […]

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25 Ways to Beat Writers Block (For Online Writers)

Stuck on what to write about for Constant Content, Xomba, Infobarrel or Bukisa?  Here are some ideas and idea generators to consider: 1.  Pick up any magazine.  If an editor assigned a topic and it made it into print, chances are 100% there is a market for that topic online.  Don’t copy the articles (that […]

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Internet Jobs for Filipinos

I’ve made some good Filipino friends over time and I’ve had good success with Filipinos on oDesk. I strongly believe that there are some excellent opportunities for Filipinos with some skills to earn a good full time living on the internet exploiting the differences between the cost of living in the Philippines and what work […]

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oDesk Success Stories

I’ve had great personal success using oDesk to get projects done, but do not personally work on oDesk for other people since I’m much too busy with my own business.  oDesk is a great place to get work done quickly, without the hassles of hiring traditional employees and at a reasonable cost. In fact the […]

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oDesk Strategy

This post is by Omer Javaid (ojavaid on oDesk.com) a writer from Lahore, Pakistan.  He wrote this article to explain his experience on oDesk as a freelancer.  There are some good tips in the article. What is oDesk.com Odesk – one of the best known online portals for providing freelance platform to facilitate the freelancers to […]

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oDesk Freelancer Inspired

This Filipino oDesk Freelancer is starting a career and gaining contracts on oDesk. Read on for oDesk tips from Rocelo Abrea (roceloabrea at oDesk): Finding Work in the Philippines After a four years of grinding in college and finish up my first bachelor’s degree. It is very expected to us newly graduates here in the Philippines not to have a […]

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