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Writing Tips

How Long Should You Give a Revenue Share Site Before Moving On?

If a revenue share site doesn’t make you money, it can become a waste of time. While there are certainly other benefits to writing at these sites, you still need to remember that your time is money. Eventually, you should start seeing financial benefits. I do recommend having realistic goals when you start writing at […]

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Residual Income Site Application Mistakes You Need to Avoid

I can’t tell you the amount of people I see applying for a residual income site with some glaring problems. These are issues that should be obvious before the applications are sent through; something we should never see on the other side. Think about what you’re doing–you’re applying for a site that you want to […]

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5 Tips for Applying for Revenue Share Sites

I’ve promised this topic for a few days now. Honestly, the incident with the dog completely threw me off. It wasn’t just the notebook for this blog that had been eaten and turned into a jigsaw puzzle, but for a couple of other blogs. It really is a lesson for me! Now it’s finally time […]

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Please, sir; the dog ate my titles!

I know I promised a blog post about application process tips for revenue share sites, but I just had to bring up something a little personal for the day. After writing my blog posts yesterday, I went to put my girls to bed. I came back to my notebooks and diary to find that my […]

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Where Have I Been These Last Two Months?

It’s been more than two months since I last posted on this blog. I actually have something sitting in drafts ready to go, but it never got scheduled to go live. Then I seemed to drop off the face of the planet, right? I’ve barely been active on my Facebook page and I archived my […]

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When Is the Best Time to Post Seasonal Content?

There are two main types of content you can create: seasonal and evergreen. You may cover news as well, but seasonal and evergreen are going to be the two you focus on the most. They are as they sound. Evergreen is suitable throughout the year. It never really dates, although you may need to freshen […]

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How Do You Note and Track Your Great Writing Ideas?

How often do you get great writing ideas? And how often do these ideas seem to come at the most inopportune times. You don’t want to stop your muse from coming up with them, but you need a way to note them down and track them. I get them all the time! In fact, I […]

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5 Tips to Use that Extra Hour on Your Writing Business

On Sunday those of you in the United States and Canada will get an extra hour in bed. How can you use it to your advantage in your writing business? Here’s how I’ve used the extra hour in the past and what I’ll be doing this year. The extra hour in bed is just one […]

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Why You Need Writing Goals and Tips for Setting Them

The end of the month is always the time for looking back over that month and looking forward to your next. It’s a chance to look back at your writing goals. While I set small weekly goals, they all work towards the bigger monthly writing goals that I have. Writing goals are extremely important for […]

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