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How One Blogger Earned Almost a Million Dollars In One Year from a 6-Year Old Blog

Publisher Note: Last fall when I had this site redesigned, I changed the mission of it as well. In case you’re a new reader, our new mission is “How to Make Money Writing … for Yourself and for Others.” This includes writing and self-publishing your own ebooks, developing and teaching e-classes and webinars, and affiliate marketing….

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Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing by Michelle Schroeder-Gardner: An In-Depth Course Review

In December 2016, I completed Michelle Schroeder-Gardner’s e-course, Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing. The main reason I did it was because she consistently earns – in one month – numbers that I can scarcely wrap my head around, and I’ve been dibbling and dabbling in affiliate marketing since 2008….

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Advice for Freelance Writers: Questions from Newbies about Websites, Finances & More

At the very beginning of the year (Jan 4), I sent out the following tweet:

Am writing a post next wk on advice 4 new freelance writers. What would u like 2 know or what advice would u give? Respond here or email pls

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How to Create a WordPress Blog on HostGator in 2017: A Step-by-Step Tutorial for Newbies

The first thing you need if you’re going to do any kind of business online is a website/blog. I’ve earned thousands of dollars since 2002 selling ebooks, e-classes and affiliate products via my various blogs. Your blog will be the very foundation of your online business because it’s your “home on the web.” It’s where prospects will come to find you to buy stuff, ask questions, share links about on their social media accounts, etc….

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SEO Writing in 2017: 5 Things Freelance Online Writers Need to Know

I last had this site redesigned in 2008; going from an HTML-formatted designed to WordPress. The were two reasons I decided to have it redesigned this time….

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Freelance Writers: 4 Reasons to Brand Your Blog & How to Go About It

The following is a guest post by Jennifer Brown Banks.

There’s no doubt about it — most freelance writers recognize the benefits of blogging to help build a platform and elevate their online status. This is substantiated by the fact that there are over 33,000,000 “writers blogs,” according to the results of a recent Google search.

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4 Super-Quick Ways to Come Up with Tons of Traffic-Generating Blog Topic Ideas

Have you ever felt that your brain was dryer than the Mojave desert when it came time to sit down and write a blog post? I know mine does sometimes. There are days when I’m literally stumped. I sit there, staring at the screen, wondering what the heck to blog about today.

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10 Sizzling Trends in Freelance Writing That Can Help You Earn More

As you know if you’re a regular reader, every Monday we post fresh job leads for freelance writers. I spend hours scanning tons of sites looking for these leads. It’s quite educational in that it clues me in into what’s happening in freelance writing – everything from what skills are in demand to what’s happening with rates.

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Self-Publishing Advice: How to Turn One Blog Post into a Profitable Ebook — In One Weekend


If you blog, you most likely have all the content you need to self-publish an ebook – in as little as a weekend. Really!

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Quick Tip for Freelance Writing Success

Written by Jennifer Brown Banks

Here’s your Quick Tip for Freelance Writing Success for this week . . .

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The Best Guest Blogging Tips and Benefits for Freelance Writers in 2014

Written by Karen Cioffi

First, let me say . . . Merry Christmas Eve! I hope you’ve been enjoying the holiday season. Now, to today’s topic.

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Guest Posting: 10 Responsibilities of a Blog Publisher

In wake of the popularity of content marketing, guest posting on blogs has become a popular way for online marketers to get their name and message out there. When this topic is discussed, usually it’s aimed at what the guest poster’s responsibilities are.

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