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Blogging

10 tips to spring clean your blog

Every year, we spring clean our house, right? Well, okay, we think about doing it. Your blog is another place you want to think about spring cleaning. Like your home, your blog ends up with some unnecessary and unwanted cobwebs. You’ll have old posts that are no longer relevant, links that don’t work, and even […]

Freelance Writing

Writing tip #1: Know who your audience is before you write

Before you write, wherever you write, you need to do one thing. Make sure you know who your audience is. This is my #1 writer tip for anyone. It doesn’t matter if you have your own blog, you write for revenue share, or you’re writing for private clients. Hell, you could write your own eBooks. […]

Freelance Writing

Starting Afresh with Your Writing: Be Clear on Your Vision and Goals

There’s nothing wrong with returning to writing after taking time off. You can go back to your blog after an unexpected absence on it or start marketing your writing skills to get new clients again. Before you do so, make sure on one thing: you’re clear on your vision and goals. Whether you’re trying to […]

Social Media Tips

Revenue Share Site Tips: What You Can Learn from the Recent Pinterest & Facebook Changes

If you haven’t heard yet, both Facebook and Pinterest have made some changes that will affect you making money with your writing. Twitter made some changes too, although I haven’t seen them affect as many people as the other two. There are some revenue share site tips that you can take from the changes; things […]

Blogging

5 Tips to Find Topic Ideas When Using Residual Income Sites

When you start writing at residual income sites, you often need to come up with your own ideas. It’s very uncommon for a site to give you titles and ideas, although some do. That means you need to get creative, finding topics that people will enjoy reading. How do you do that? It can be […]

Residual Income

Revenue Share Site Blogging Challenge: Posts 9-13 Roundup

It’s the end of another week of posts. Well, sort of. We’re onto post 14 in the revenue share site series, so time for another weekly roundup. I haven’t quite stuck to posting daily–who would have thought SDCC 2018 would have been busy for a TV and movie niche revenue share site. As it’s post […]

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 […]

Residual Income

4 Mistakes Writers Make When Joining a Revenue Share Site

You’ve just been accepted onto a revenue share site. It’s a great feeling to know you’re wanted and offer the quality a site is looking for. Of course, you want to start writing and making money online. If you haven’t already read my post about three positive steps to take when you first join a […]

Residual Income

3 Things to Do When You Join a Revenue Share Site

You’ve made it through the application phase and are now a member of a revenue share site. Congratulations! You’ve shown that you are just what the site is looking for in a writer. Now you need to prove that you were worth the risk they’ve taken. After all, the sites will be taking a risk. […]

Residual Income

Revenue Share Sites Blogging Challenge: Posts 1-6 Roundup

I’m in the process of blogging for 31 days about revenue share sites (sometimes referred to as residual income sites). Don’t worry if you’ve missed any of the posts so far. Every seven posts I’ll do a roundup of the week, making sure you can catch up on the posts that you’ve missed. This is […]

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