diversify your writing income

What To Do And Not Do To Make More Money When The Work Dries Up By David Geer

One of the most devastating times for writers is when things seem to be going along smoothly and then the work dries up. As I close in on 14-years of full-time freelancing, I find that now and then, work can suddenly dry up for me just as it does for any writer. Whether the work and specifically whether the high-paying kind of work that I enjoy returns and how soon depends on how I respond to these lulls…

See Bad Writing Online? Offer to Fix It! By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant

See bad writing online? Offer to fix it. That’s how I’ve won numerous web content writing jobs from companies. Finding the work is easy. Anytime you’re online, take note of sites lacking content or whose content could use improvement. Most of these are the sites of small business owners who likely made the sites themselves with the help of a tech savvy friend…

HOW TO MAKE MONEY GUEST BLOGGING – Gloria Surban

HOW TO MAKE MONEY GUEST BLOGGING – Gloria Surban

Building a strong portfolio, networking with other writers, and reaching potential clients are the usual tasks that freelance writers continually focus on. Accomplishing these used to mean hours of unpaid work, especially for budding writers.
Fortunately, it’s now possible to earn money early on in your writing career, or when you’re in-between clients, through guest blogging…

Earn Extra Money Writing Creative Online Auction Descriptions! By Drema Drudge

“I kicked Barbie to the curb. Everything must go,” the online auction headline said. Intrigued, I read on, amused at the tale of Ken and Barbie’s “divorce.” Just because the description was so amusing, I almost bid on the grimy plastic dollhouse – of dingy furniture and frizzy-haired dolls. At a garage sale I wouldn’t have paid $10 for it all, so I was stunned to see it go for $50…