The Never Ending Blog Post: Online Tools and Resources

| March 21, 2009 | 7 Comments

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 and watching and tweaking again.

Here are some tools that I’ve come across in my time as an online freelance writer. Some of the tools I’ve used and others I intend to use but just haven’t had the time as yet. Because I tend to lose my keys, glasses and other valuable tools that I need, I decided to put my resources in one spot so I could find them when I needed them later (don’t you just hate it when you find a great site and forget to bookmark it).

Resource Database
Web Site
Type of Resource

The database is free to use. If you come across a resource that you think could help other folks looking to make money online, let me know (no spam please, being added to the database is at my sole discretion). I can’t promise when or if the site will be added since this is a one-woman operation. But, if the site is good and time permits, I’ll get around to adding it. Actually, I first started this post back in April of 2008 and am just getting back to it now.

Hope its as useful to you as it is to me.


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Category: Blog, Freelance, Opportunities, Tools, Writing

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Felicia A. Williams is a freelance writer and blogger. She spends the majority of her time with her family and writing. If she's not writing or commenting on NJFM, she's either outside smelling the roses or writing articles for one of her other sites.

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  1. Eve Lopez says:

    Thank you so much for creating this database – it’s really helpful! I just started freelancing, found your blog – great advice.

  2. Felicia says:

    Click “Search” to see the sites I have listed.

    Refine your search if you wish.

  3. Great idea, Felicia! I’d love to have all my resources in one place.

    But I’m confused. Is your database something that we’ll be able to access (and if so, how)?

    And I don’t see any “tools” to use (unless you’re referring to the database being the tool). Can you clarify?


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  4. Felicia says:

    I am taking a bow, Lisa. Thanks for the luv!

    I only hope I can live up to your expectations. In a later post, I’ll tell you all about how I put the database together and the tool that I used. It wasn’t too difficult. Even a newbie can do it.

  5. Lisa Russell says:

    I am the nerd that’s just impressed with the database function- the little category box and the subsequent results page. How the heck did you create that, that is a great little resource. Once again, you amaze me. Did you know that I have REMOVED my email box as a homepage on my browser and added you instead. THAT my friend is some serious internet luv if there was ever such a thing.

    Lisa Russells last blog post..I’m having a party and you get the presents #ubp09

  6. Julie M says:

    This is a great resource! One resource that I found helpful is here: I hope this link works. Is is a mix of things for web design.

    Julie Ms last blog post..Is it Possible to Have a Blog Without a Niche?

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