Thanks to one of my readers for bringing this site to my attention. Creative weblogging hires freelance writers to create blog posts on a variety of different topics. Although the pay isn't the highest out there, it isn't terrible and they do have something else going for them - they accept international writers. There are so few opportunities for writers that live outside the U.S., that I couldn't pass up the opportunity to feature this site. I have not personally written for them, but I have heard from at least one writer that appears to be happy there. I welcome comments from other writers with experience with the site, so let us know if you have anything to add.
Monday, November 30, 2009
Thursday, November 19, 2009
WiseGEEK is a fantastic website for freelance writers to earn upfront pay. I have been writing for them for almost a year and my first impressions of the site were great. In light of their recent rate increases, I thought I'd write an updated review detailing my experiences with the site, it's advantages and disadvantages, and any of the other details I left out in my first review.
Monday, November 16, 2009
A good grammar and spell checker is required if you write for a living. Although it can't replace a careful proofread of your work, it can help you spot things you may have missed, recognize your weaknesses and polish your writing and spelling skills. Here are several free grammar checkers, spell checkers and word processors with built-in grammar/spell checking capabilities.
Monday, November 9, 2009
I've been doing a lot of back link building lately, and I realized I've amassed quite a large collection of Google Adsense revenue sharing sites. Here are 30 sites that will share Adsense revenue with you and allow you to add back links to your other projects. There are blogging sites, article submission sites, picture and video sharing sites and more.
Thursday, November 5, 2009
Well, I'm late again, but I wanted to share my residual income from the past month. I've got a few new projects in the works and I'm scattered all over the place at the moment. Here's how I did in October: