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Just a Google Thought

Just a Google Thought

I look at the state of the economy and try to grasp how we got here.  It’s blamed on too much spending, not enough saving, bottoming out of the real estate market, etc., etc., etc. I then look at my online writing income and wonder if there is a possibility of a virtual melt down […]

Earn, Test and Earn with eHow

Earn, Test and Earn with eHow

When I signed up to write for eHow I knew that I would eventually earn money.  However, the longer I write for eHow, the more valuable it becomes.  Not in the dollar and cents type of value, but a pre-testing the market type of value. Topic Variety The good thing about it is that with […]

It Takes All Kinds

It Takes All Kinds

Learning to work with nature is much less exhausting than trying to work against it.  It doesn’t take a genius to figure that out, but day after day, people try so hard to pour themselves into molds that just won’t hold their personalities, passions and desires (working against nature). The other day I came across […]

The Never Ending Blog Post: Online Tools and Resources

The Never Ending Blog Post: Online Tools and Resources

Successful freelance writers, internet marketers, webmasters, or anyone who is looking to make a living using the internet must be able to find the right resources and use the right tools to help enhance their skills, track their efficiency and make more money from their marketing efforts. Marketing and writing is a game of tweaking […]

Demand Studios Revenue Share Program vs eHow WCP

Demand Studios Revenue Share Program vs eHow WCP

I read somewhere on a forum (for the life of me I don’t remember which one), about Demand Studio’s revenue share program.  In other words, in addition to writing articles for up front pay, they offer a residual earning program. When they first introduced the option, I thought that it was the exact same payment […]

Journal to Find Your Writing Muse

Journal to Find Your Writing Muse

Recently my muse went on vacation.  I’ve been having a very difficult time finding topics to write about.  Well, that’s not true, I know what topics to write about but the words just wouldn’t come.  So, I didn’t force them. I looked at my monthly writing chart to see that the number of articles written […]

Is it Possible to Earn $100 a Day Online?

Is it Possible to Earn $100 a Day Online?

I recently purchased a downloadable e-book entitled “20 Ways to Make $100 Per Day Online.” I found out about the e-book as a result of a newsletter I subscribe to. I’ve purchased one or two products in the past as a result of this newsletter and was satisfied, so I thought what the heck, let’s […]

Don’t Leave Money on the Table

Don’t Leave Money on the Table

The title of this post might imply that I left money on the table by getting the short end of the stick while negotiating a freelance writing gig.  That’s not the case.  I’m talking about leaving tax deduction money on the table. Organizing Tax Deductions After spending pretty much the entire day a few days […]

Online Writing vs Investing

Online Writing vs Investing

Sometimes in the wee hours of the morning before my brain is fully awake, my mind engages in a whirlwind of activity.  Some of the activity helps m through the day and some of the mental workout makes me wonder if my first task for the day should be to call a psychiatrist. Yesterday morning […]

Backup Your Online Articles

Backup Your Online Articles

No matter how frequently a content website backs up their database of articles, you should always maintain a copy of your work. An Informative Podcast I recently listened to the eBay Coach’s (A. Suzanne Wells) podcast interview of WriterGig (Maria O’Brien). While most of the information in the podcast reinforced what I’ve learned over the […]