Monthly Archives: January 2010

Content Writing Experiment: Week 3 Results

Week 3: 10 hours spent, 525 dollars made, for an average of 52.5 dollars per hour. It should be noted that I only wrote 9 Demand Studios articles over the course of Week 3. I still hold to the fact

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To post daily, or not to post daily

In the myriad of blog posts and websites around the Interwebz, one of the most common themes put out by social media experts is “more, more MORE!”. They tell you to post Tweets every few minutes, post multiple daily posts

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Content Writing Experiment: Week 2

I’m not writing the full 2 hours every day. Some days I go over a bit, and other days I go under. It just depends on how I feel or if I have anything else going on. At the end

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Content Writing Experiment: Week 1 Numbers

Keep in mind that I will be putting all of these numbers into an Excel sheet + providing screenshots of all my PayPal stubs and otherwise at the end of the experiment. These lists for now are simply my daily

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Content Writing Experiment, or how to make a minimum of 50 dollars an hour.

Every time I hear someone say “I don’t have the time” when it comes to discussing the excuses as to why they aren’t working out on a daily basis, I giggle a little bit inside. You don’t have time. Riiight.

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Guest Post by Toni Star

How to Remain Globally Relevant as a Freelance Writer As a freelance writer I feel responsible in writing not only what I feel is relevant to the US but also articles that inform and inspire others, globally. Having written several

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New Year’s Writing Contest Winner

The winner of our New Year’s Writing Contest is Toni Star. Toni is a freelance writer who has been writing for over twenty years. She is currently writing for three online magazines and has an MSA in Business from Capella

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Contest update

Everyone is apparently so swamped with work that no one had time to participate in our New Year’s Writing Contest We had one submission, which means as soon as I hear back from her regarding her PayPal information I’ll be

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Contest update

Just a reminder that the New Year’s Writing contest is closed for submissions. Making this post on a beautiful Saturday morning from the mountain resort of Ognyanovo here in Bulgaria. It’s a well-known destination for locals because of the hot

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Mid-week post

Just a friendly reminder to everyone that our New Year’s Writing Competition only has a couple more days left until submissions come to a stop, so if you want a shot at winning some cash and a guest blog spot,

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