Constant Content Goal

>> Saturday, September 11, 2010

I've recently decided to publicly announce some of my goals. I believe posting my goals on my blog will help me to work towards achieving my writing goals. The first goal I have is for Constant Content. I decided to have a goal for Constant Content when I found out the benefits of writing for the website and after receiving some great advice from Deanna over at Write Moms. My goal for Constant Content is to submit at least 20 articles by the end of September. I'm giving myself the whole month because I have other things I need to work on such as other writing websites and a new network marketing company I recently joined.

The problems I'm currently having with Constant Content is coming up with things to write about and making sure my articles are well written. I have already submitted two articles. One has been accepted and the article has been declined. After finding out my article was declined it caused me to feel like I really need to improve my writing skills or the editors at Constant Content are tougher than I thought.

The other writing websites I will be contributing to this month are Demand Studios, Bukisa, and maybe Associated Content.

If you would like to see the network marketing company I have just joined, check out the blog I created. I would love to receive some feedback on this blog. Here's the link: Gourmet Gift Baskets

What are your goals for September?

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Demand Studios Dilemma

It's been a while since I have written for Demand Studios. I wasn't able to write for them as much as I wanted to because I was in college and didn't have enough time to contribute to the website. But now I'm finished with college and I'm ready to write more articles for Demand Studios.

One dilemma I'm currently having is the lack of good article topics. Lately when I'm searching for a articles at Demand Studios I have come across some the strangest titles. Some of the things they are asking people to write about are hard to research or impossible to write about. But I have gotten pass this dilemma because I have been able find good articles to write. Another dilemma I've had in the past with Demand Studios is the editing. The last time I wrote an article it was rejected. The editor of the article had me so confused about the article that I gave people instructions on how to wash an unwashable clothing item. The good thing about the article rejections is that so far I have only had one.

Other than that I'm looking forward to writing for Demand Studios again because I like the quick payment. Even though Demand Studios has low payments, it's very attractive to a lot of writers because other writing websites require them to have a certain number of page views or until someone buys one of their articles before they are paid.

If you write for Demand Studios, tell me how you feel about the website.


6 Great Freelance Writing Websites

>> Friday, September 3, 2010

Do any of you get into the habit of bookmarking website after website but only end up bookmarking way too many sites that you never get a chance to visit? I recently took the time to look at the some of the freelance writing websites and blogs that I've bookmarked. As I looked at some of the websites, I began to wonder if I really needed to bookmark some of these sites. This goes to show there is so much information about freelance writing but I never hurts to take the time to get rid of the bookmarked websites you don't need anymore. Because having access to too much information can be overwhelming.

Below I have included a list of a few websites/blogs I like to visit:

Freelance Writing Blogs

No Job For Mom - This blog was created by a woman named Felicia. I discovered this blog when I first started writing articles. I use this blog to look up information about companies I would like to write for and to read the great tips Felicia gives.

My Work At Home My Blog - This blog was created by a woman that goes by the name WriterGig. I don't visit her blog that much but it has been an inspiration to see the residual income she has made from eHow and other sources such as affiliate marketing. She is one of eHow's top earners and has written an e-book that shares tips about how she's been able to make over $500 with eHow. Click here to check out WriterGig's e-book. This e-book should also be useful for people that write for other residual income sites such as Bukisa.

Write Moms - I recently found this blog a few weeks ago and have come across some very useful information. The creator of this blog, Deanna, has written great reviews for websites such as Triond, Examiner, Constant Content and much more. She also has great tips about freelance writing.

WritingHood - This website has great reviews about websites such as Bukisa and gives great tips about freelance writing.

The Frugal Freelancer - In my opinion, this blog is a great source for freelance writers that own a blog. I noticed there is a lot of great information about increasing traffic to your blog. But there is also great information about freelance writing.

Accentuate Writers - This is a freelance writer forum I have recently found. I don't know a lot about this forum because I just registered today but I did get a chance to look around and it seems like it's a great forum.

This are just a few of the websites I like to visit. I might post some more websites that have been useful to me in another blog post.

Leave a comment if any of you have a favorite freelance writing website/blog you like to visit, I would love for you to share.


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