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Surprising Income Increase by Tweaking Old Blogs

Surprising Income Increase by Tweaking Old Blogs

| October 12, 2017 | 6 Comments

Warning: If you’ve been blogging continuously without taking a long hiatus, you don’t really need to read this post. You already know that responsive ads increase income. ### By tweaking my old blogs during the month of August I realized a 1.7% decrease in traffic and a 74% increase in income! Don’t be too impressed. […]

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ICS – Idea Capture Spreadsheet

ICS – Idea Capture Spreadsheet

| February 4, 2014 | 14 Comments

As promised, I’m uploading my Idea Capture Spreadsheet. As the spreadsheet title indicates, I use it to capture my ideas so I won’t forget them. On my personal copy of the spreadsheet, I’ve listed all of my websites and ebook titles. I’ve also inserted hyperlinks to the specific websites and documents. It makes it easier […]

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Guest Posting and SEO

Guest Posting and SEO

| January 31, 2014 | 3 Comments

Matt Cutts, head of Google’s web spam team, recently published a post that may help reduce my inbox spam. He advises bloggers to stop writing guest posts for SEO purposes  (key words here…SEO purposes). The practice of guest blogging has become so distorted that there are companies offering to provide “100% original” guest posts for […]

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Why Do I Write about Old Things?

| January 8, 2014 | 4 Comments

Ok, my kids would answer that question differently than you or I might. The reason why I write about old things is because some people want information on old things. I’m learning not to pre-judge my audience. One person’s trash is another person’s treasure. What am I Talking About? I recently wrote an article about […]

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A Full Circle Moment

A Full Circle Moment

| December 28, 2013 | 10 Comments

Now that I’m taking a reflective view of my online writing, I realize I am coming full circle. When I started writing online I created a catch-all site called Tidbits & Stuff. I enjoyed playing around with the site and was thrilled to learn I could earn money doing something I enjoyed. Wanting to learn […]

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An Introduction

An Introduction

| December 11, 2013 | 12 Comments

Hello, let me introduce myself. My name is Felicia A. Williams and I’m a wife, mom and sometimes writer. I own a blog called No Job for Mom and a few other sites around the Internet. I used to be an avid writer/blogger but somewhere along the line my writing Mojo was high jacked. It […]

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Keeping Your Eyes on the Prize – No Matter What

Keeping Your Eyes on the Prize – No Matter What

| June 5, 2013 | 6 Comments

This post is a guest post written by Linda Everett (Grandma).  After hearing about her recent ordeal, I asked her if she would share her story with the NJFM community.  There’s something to be said about the determination of a freelance writer! Writing for money generally means meeting deadlines, on time. If you miss a […]

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Keeping Up with My Rejections

Keeping Up with My Rejections

| June 3, 2013 | 10 Comments

The last two weeks have been very busy for me and I haven’t been sending out my daily queries. Ideally, I’d like to have several queries in the hopper so when I get a rejection, I know I still have other queries in the system. Rejection Reminder After receiving a rejection for the one query […]

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Finding a Part-Time Job

Finding a Part-Time Job

| March 19, 2013 | 9 Comments

Well, here it is. Felicia at No Job for Mom is admitting that she’s working a part-time job.  That job is writing articles for Demand Media Studios (again). My residuals have taken quite a beating and it’s time for me to do something to stem the tide.  As I’ve done before, I’m taking my Demand […]

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Looking into 2013

Looking into 2013

| January 2, 2013 | 11 Comments

With the ending of an old year and the beginning of a new, we all get a chance to reflect and make plans for the coming year. As I look back over 2012, I see a year of growth.  I cannot think of a single year in my adult life that I’ve learned and experimented […]

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