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How to Write a Children's Story
Have you been considering the posibility of writing a childrens book but are not sure how to begin? Follow the guidelines in this article. More ...
You Have a Great Idea for a Video Game - What Should You Do?
Maybe you have thought up a really neat and unique idea for a video game and you
are thinking "If I can just get in touch with the right people I can sell it and
make a lot of money. And I get to see my idea turned into a game that people will play". More ...
How To Publish Your Own Newsletter
I get a lot of requests for information on how to set up and operate a newsletter. This
article is intended to help those of you who are interested in running your own
newsletter get it started. More ...
The Importance of Bulleted Lists in Writing for the Web
Reading large paragraphs of text on a computer screen can be very straining on a
persons eyes. For that reason, professional Web writers keep their paragraphs short
and use other techniques, like white space and sub-titles to break up the monotony.
Another device that can be used to break up large blocks of text are bulleted lists. More ...
The Information Age and Making Money!
The Internet is the most powerful and most incredible marketing device ever invented plus
it's the most cost effective! We live in the "Information Age" and travel down the information
super highway. Everybody wants information, they want it now and they are willing to pay for it. More ...
25 Top Places to Publish Your Content and Market Your Business
If you're publishing your content in a only single place, you're missing out on a huge amount of exposure. You need to publish your contentt as widely as possible across a whole network of different content sites. Here's a list of 25 publishing platforms and content websites. More ...
What Magazine Editors Want From Freelance Writers
What editors most want to find in queries are good article ideas from writers who
have an appealing edge over other writers. Contrary to what most beginning freelancers
think, that edge need not be writing talent. More ...
Five Ways Non-Fiction Authors Can Make Money Far Beyond Selling Books
Unlike fiction, non-fiction offers you earning potential beyond simply the sales of books. In many ways, when a reader buys a book from you, that can be the very start of a customer relationship that can be worth tens of thousands of dollars in income. More ...
Creating Captivating Article Content
Do you write articles that your readers can't wait to finish reading? Or do you write
boring articles that your readers may not even finish reading? If you answered boring
articles you may want to reexamine the way that you write. More ...
Why You Should Learn to Write For Children
Learn to write children's books and you'll create a recession proof income and lifestyle for you and your family. It's true! Thousands of ordinary people worldwide who are making full time income by writing books for children. More ...
Affect, Effect - What's the Difference?
For the vast majority of the time, "affect" is a verb and "effect" is a noun. If you
"affect" something, it produces an "effect," just as "a" comes before "e" in the alphabet.
"The recession affected the company's profits. The effect was a 14 percent decrease in sales." More ...
Five Ways to Shine as a Professional Writer
With the growth of social media and marketing techniques like online article marketing,
it seems that everyone is a writer of one sort or another. I've read articles that claim
anyone can write. But those of us who write for a living know that it isn't as easy as
it sounds. With this new realm of competition at our doorstep, I've created a list of ways
that can set you apart from those who are merely dabbling in writing. More ...
Earn $5,000 per Month in Residual Income from Market Intelligence Reports
The average industry reports are sold for $3,000 a piece and the authors (also called
"researchers") earn 25 percent royalty out of the retail price. Thus, earning $5,000
per month is not impossible at all. In fact, it is a conservative estimate. More ...
Becoming an Online Word Compactor
Writing for online publication differs from writing for print. One difference is length;
online pieces tend to be less than 1,000 words in length. Long text passages are difficult
to read on-screen, so the key to writing successfully online
is to become a "word compactor". More ...