You are the self-taught. You are the Internet generation. Your world revolves around Google and Yahoo and MSN and a few other key sites. Their browsers and products fill the space on your hard-drives, and you know how to spread your fingers out over the web to search for information and cite sources. You don’t need a library or a print reference, because those are things of the past. Just as modern man does not sail across the ocean in wooden ships with sails made from cloth, modern man does not rely on antiquated ways of yesteryear to continue making forward progress.
You are a writer of the modern era. You utilize search engines to hunt down the leads you need to write your content. You are familiar with most forms of modern investigation, including tracking down quotes and source material, publishing dates, contact information and names behind the websites. You don’t rely on a library and an old dusty tome; instead you rely on your laptop and a high speed Internet connection to stream the information straight to your screen where you can write things in the heat of the moment, on the fly, with your resource material always there at the click of a button.
You write for private clients and you write for commercial companies. You utilize every income stream available to you because you understand what it means to be a true professional. No rock unturned, no project left unattended so long as the price is right. And for those of you who understand what streamlining is all about there is writing for content mills to consider. A place where you can go and regularly make a minimum of $50 per hour without anything more than your ability to write everyday English and utilize a search engine.
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