How we can learn from the mistakes made on Squidoo, a free publishing platform and apply those lessons in our online writing.
Following on from his very helpful post last week, Plagiarised Text or Images – What To Do Guest Author Paul Ward explains How Site Scrapers and RSS Bandits can hurt us, even when they only duplicate a few links of our content. Site Scraping Along with the amateur who steals a page at a time, […]
Everyone that I know who writes online looks forward to the Christmas shopping season as a time of year to make extra money to spend or save, but once Christmas is over, do you sit back and relax? Or do jump right back on the bandwagon, and work just as hard in January and February […]
There’s so much to learn when you first start Writing Online that it is difficult to know where to start. What do you concentrate on learning first?
It is not often that I get wound up these days by anything that anyone says, but in the last week or so I have seen assertions that “SEO is Dead” and “Don’t worry about keywords”. I got just a tad irritated because some of the people who are absorbing this “advice” are new to […]
Today, I would like to discuss some common mistakes made by people new to Niche Marketing. One of the biggest mistakes I see when people first start trying to market online, is that they just repeat what others are doing. Of course it makes sense to learn from the methods that others are successfully using […]
If you are starting out writing online, and you are writing online to make money, then I would like to give you one piece of advice that will make you successful. Get ready, here it is: Writing Online is a JOB Yep, that is my biggest piece of advice. Treat writing online as a job […]
In my last post in this series we discussed How to Start Choosing Your Niche and looked at how you need to think in order to come up with niche topics about which, not only can you write with authority, but how you can also keep writing over a long period of time. Now we […]
In my last post about Niche Marketing, How To Come Up With Ideas For A Niche, we discussed how establishing authority is crucial in order to establish trust. Simply – people have to trust what you are saying, in order to believe what you are saying and then they may just buy through your recommendations. […]
Last week I took some time to assess my progress in the goals that I set for myself and writing for 2012. Some might think that it is a little early to be doing that, but I like to really study my progress each quarter. I keep an eye on things on a daily, weekly, […]