Back to life,back to reality….

 

Remember that song? It’s been stuck in my head ever since I made the decision to come back to internet writing professionally. I started this site in 2008 and at that time,I was supporting my family of 8 with the revenue I made from write-for-cash sites,revenue sharing sites,content mills [...]

Writing for Bukisa,One year anniversary

If you haven’t heard of Bukisa as a writing site,it’s probably because it’s not taken very seriously as a source of income. The site pays on a monthly $/1000 which changes,based on the previous month’s earnings for the entire site. Consequently,crappy articles are paid at the same rate as good articles,and [...]

Free eBook Introduction to WebWriting

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.

She’s [...]

Expert Advice for Digital Photography Business

Elizabeth Halford,of Digital Photography School,did an excellent job of sharing some of the ways she makes money as a freelance photographer. She said people are often surprised to discover she’s working 40 hours a week,since she has her days free to spend however she wishes. Simply put,she works in the evening. [...]

Easy free solution to a writer’s emergency

How to Access Clipboard History

It’s my own fault:I should be writing in a word processing program,instead of directly into the edit box at Suite101. In my defense,I was out of the habit for a while because their interface didn’t support the Chrome browser. So instead of using Internet Explorer or Firefox,[...]

Right place at the right time- SWEET

I know you skim over marketing emails,too. 90% of them are just spam- designed to remind you that you once thought something was interesting enough to add yourself to an email list. But the fact is,for me anyhow,that if I don’t buy it right away,chances are that I won’t even open [...]

Design Your Writing Career

Everyone in my “real life”doesn’t know what I do for a living. It’s not that I’m secretive,it’s just that people assume a homeschooling mom of six is plenty busy enough,right? In fact,about 6 months into this business,when I was working several hours a day to build up my body of [...]

Awesome Revenue Share Opportunity for Moms

If you didn’t know this,I’m the Homeschooling Editor for TypeAmom. I just got their November Newsletter email stating that they’ve opened up a bunch of new editor positions,it’s a great chance to get in with a growing company. They have a lot of great things going on there,a fantastic community of diverse [...]

How to Make a Career of Freelance Web Writing

by Barbara Cedillo Alvarez (with permission)

Several writers,veteran and new,have posted questions about how to make DS and freelancing for other clients a viable,profitable WAH (work at home) career.

I’ve been thinking about different ideas and strategies while I was driving around Las Cruces taking photos for my Quick Guides today.

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