Here is a great way to add some cash to your pocket! All you have to do is post to some blogs and you get paid! You can get paid $12 - $50 for writing for blogs or $25 - $45 for writing articles and all from the comfort of your home.
So check it out today!
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
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Monday, November 3, 2008
I hope you are all doing well on your article writing. I hope the tips that I have given you have somehow inspired you to write some articles. If not, there is no time like the present to get started!
I will be writing more on article writing soon, but first wanted to spring this new website I found on you. The site is called WEbook.com and it is an awesome site for writers that want to get published, because WEbook is a publisher!
This is how it works. You sign up at WEbook and open your account. You can post a story you are writing and have people comment on it, make suggestions etc. Now this is the magic of WEbook, they will let you invite other WEbook partners in to help you write the book or you can join other writers and help them write their ideas! What a great place this is! And if you write a hit, you'll get paid too!
So stop by their today and check it out and start writing that book today!
Till next time.....
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Welcome back to the Web Writers Cafe. Today we are going to go over some tips that should help any level of article writer out there.
So, can you write articles? That question probably has crossed every ones mind from time to time. This is especially true for new writers who have never published an article to the web and is terrified that it may be junk.
Instead of writing down a bunch of tips, I am just going to give you a link to the tips I have used over the last year or so. I hope you enjoy them and I hope that they give you the confidence and support they gave me to start writing articles.
The tips are at Scalzi.com and is titled "Writing Tips for Non-Writers Who Don't Want to Work at Writing." Now don't take the title as it is no work to write an article, it is just implying that if you use these tips it will make it a lot easier to your article.
Enjoy these tips and put them to use to write an article!
Till next time.....
Monday, October 27, 2008
Thanks for coming back to the Web Writers Cafe. In the last few posts I have been going over the importance of writing and in general writing articles.
I had kind of generalized article writing as a way to bring traffic to your site or blog, but today I want to tell you of other ways that you can use your articles on the Internet and even maybe make a buck or two.
Let's go over the type of articles that I have already mentioned and those are the ones that will help you bring traffic to your landing page, website or blog. This type of use of your articles is called article marketing.
These articles are written about a certain subject or product that you may be promoting and are written so as to attract the search engines when the keywords you have chosen for that article are used. This is called Search Engine Optimization or SEO for short. This will be covered at a later date so don't really worry about it too much right now.
For example, you are promoting a new ebook about tropical fish. So you write an article about raising tropical fish and post it on the web. When someone searches the term tropical fish, your article comes up in the search results and they read your article. They like what they read so they click on the link you provided to the ebook sales page or your web page that tells about the ebook and hopefully they then buy said ebook.
Articles written for this purpose can be placed on sites that are made specifically for promoting and sharing your article with others. Some are listed below and I encourage you to check them out and join them so you can post your articles to the web soon.
Article marketing can take a few days or even weeks to see any results from your work. For more relatively quicker results, you can post your articles and get payment on submission(after a standard review) or a get a share of the revenue that is brought in by your article with the sight that is promoting it. Please check out the following sites for submitting these type of articles.
And finally you can use Elance.com and bid on projects to write articles for other people. This is usually fairly quick money if you need it, but be prepared to get only $2 - $5 for each article as the competition is pretty tough.
I hope I have enlightened you to various ways to use your articles to make money with or to promote your website or blog. Next time I will be giving tips on writing a good article.
Till next time.....
Sunday, October 26, 2008
When I started this grand adventure awhile ago, it was Bum Marketing that intrigued me to get started. If you do not know what Bum Marketing is visit Travis Sago's Bum Marketing site and he will teach you for free. I highly recommend signing up for his free course, it is one of those no brainers if you ask me.
That is how I started, but I soon lost focus and wondered away. The one thing that has stuck out from the Bum Marketing lessons is that writing articles is the easiest way to get traffic to your site or blog without having to pay for it. That is correct, you can get all the traffic you want to your site just by writing well structured, informative articles and get that traffic for free! You may even get paid for it too!
So for the next few posts, I will be giving tips for writing great articles and then what to do with them to drive traffic to your site or blog. I will also be giving other tips to help you drive traffic to your site as well as little ways to make more money from your efforts.
So get acquainted with the Bum Marketing Method if you are not already and join me in the next few days to bring your article writing up a notch and maybe even add a digit or two to your bank account.
Till next time.....
Saturday, October 25, 2008
I have just been doing a little cleaning up around the Web Writers Cafe the last few weeks in preparation to getting this blog back on its feet again.
Over the past few years I have done a lot of testing and reading trying to make money online. I don't want to be rich (but I won't turn it away), just enough to be comfortable in life. I have tried this and that and everything else imaginable only to end up where I had started.
In my escapades though, I have seen one common thread in all of the promises and attempts at money making and that is WRITING! That is correct, to be successful at making money on the web, you have to know how to write.
Anything from ad copy, to squeeze pages, to a simple article, you have to know how to write. When this light finally went off in my head, I decided to come back to the cafe to help myself and others get better at writing, showing them how to make money writing and anything else that has to do with writing.
So come back often to the Cafe and we can share each others ups and downs, rights and wrongs about writing and hopefully be the better for it.
Till next time.....
Monday, September 1, 2008
How is everyone doing? I know I have neglected this blog a lot! But I am getting my stuff together and will be posting on here more frequently!
Funny thing is that I have not posted in so long and the PR for this blog is PR-3! Imagine that, figure that one out Google. I have learned a lesson and have removed anything to do with the 3P's site as it seems Google hates a blog that uses them.
So what have I been doing lately? Well, I have been making lenses at Squidoo and hubs at Hubpages. I really like those sites. It is very easy to make a page and the search engines love them. Check out a sample of each below!
Hubpages - Cornhole: The Game
Squidoo - Hypertufa Planters
I like Hubpages a little more because of the ease of building a hub,(check out the Hubpages widget in the sidebar!) but they really restrict you as far a promoting products on there, where as Squidoo is a little more cumbersome in the build stage, the allow any kind of selling, promoting etc. So I use both together!
Let me know what you think about Squidoo and Hubpages!
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