Amazon Kindle has their own built-in ad platform,and it’s super effective but since they pay authors 2 months later for sales and they require a $100 commitment,you need to either set very short ad run times or risk that $100 that you might not see back for a while. On the brighter side,[...]
OK,so my 2 years of job experience has taught me a few things,most prominently that I’m not cut out to be the mom that works 50+ hours outside the house with little chance of building real wealth or independence.
About a month ago,I set off on a vacation with my kids. I [...]
Today I officially published my first actual book. With my name on it. I can’t even count how many ebooks and physical books I’ve ghost-written over the past few years. I was always surprised by how much actual work goes into them and watching my work rise on the sales charts with someone else’s name [...]
Is it ethical to use my own website to complain about people who might be readers? I say “Yes,as long as it’s constructive.”I also think I might have just quoted myself in real-time for the first time ever. Do people do that? I guess I do. So here’s the thing:
Stop Wasting [...]
The title of Speak and Grow Rich always made me think that there must be an easier way to make money selling words. With public speaking,you don’t even have to write them down,right?
I think I’m pretty funny in my head while I’m washing dishes;thinking compelling thoughts in a mental narrative that [...]
One of my favorite people in the webwriting business is Felicia from No Job for Mom. She has a professional yet friendly voice and shares her experiences so generously in her website. I love that she’s a mom who has made this business work and I’ve learned so much from her over the years.
On writer’s message boards,occasionally someone new will ask seasoned writers about our process. What steps do we go through in the writing process,to write fast web copy that (hopefully) doesn’t suck?
The process that works for me is so different from what I’m being asked to do in school (did I mention I’m [...]