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Making money in writing works

AlexzPablate
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Yes, there are lots of money in writing job as well.

If you are good at writing then you can easily find writing job on any freelance websites, as there is huge requirement of article writers and content writers as well.

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Topic starter Posted : 09/12/2010 7:13 pm
HPvD
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Re: Making money in writing works

Nowaday's you can even write your own (e)Book(s) and selfpublish via a Publishing on Demand (POD) Company.

You can even set it up as a total Win/Win-situation, because unlike 'Vanity Publishing' having tenthousands of your books in a wharehouse that nowbody wants to actually buy, with you having all the risk, with a Publishing on Demand Company the Book only gets printed when there actually is a demand for it. On my Writing Lifestyle Blog not only write about finding writing jobs or freelance writing but more fundamentally I write about how you can setup your own Writing Business, how you can best sell your writing and things like that. You can also find out all about Affiliate Marketing that basically is about how you can use your writing to (pre) sell other peoples products while getting a commission for it.

'That are way's you can really make writing work'.

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Posted : 12/12/2010 10:18 am
manilenio
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Re: Making money in writing works

I think before you can actually make money in writing, you have to really make sure you're up to the task. Research on your topic, and refine your writing style. It would be great if you're actually an authority on the subject you're writing about. Be that as it may, it would be very important that you keep on learning new ways to make effective copy by keeping your eyes and ears open. I found something that may help fledging writers improve by investing on their own improvement:

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I hope it helps someone 🙂

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Posted : 04/01/2011 10:01 am
allanswagger
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Re: Making money in writing works

Hello Friends,

1.Find others who are also interested in online writing jobs and network with them. You can find other work-at-home writers as well as job leads by visiting the discussion boards of sites like wahm.com. and workathomemafia.com. You can also find opportunities at momcorps.com
2.Visit bidding sites. These are places where you can find job listings from companies and individuals looking for writers to hire for various projects. You can bid on jobs that interest you. If you are chosen, the job is yours. Some sites that have work-at-home jobs up for bidding for writers include rentacoder.com and guru.com.
3.Consider working as a guide for a human powered search engine site. These sites will pay you to write and provide links to informative sites on various topics. An example is organizedwisdom.com which hires guides to gather health and medical information. Mahalo.com is another human powered search engine.
4.Write for a site that shares a portion of its revenue with the writers who provide content for that site. This will allow you to earn residual income for work over and over again. Sites that offer revenue sharing include ehow.com, suite101, and triond.com.
5.Promote your work. You can do this by setting up your own blog or website to showcase your writing. Also, do internet searches to find companies that may be interested in hiring work-at-home writers.

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Posted : 21/03/2011 9:49 am
roberthoriton
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Re: Making money in writing works

I think before you can actually make money in writing, you have to really make sure you're up the task.

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Posted : 22/03/2011 1:33 pm
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