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How do I Submit Articles to Websites and Online Magazines – FAQ

Posted by on Jan 13, 2017 in Write for the Web, Writing Tips | 0 comments

Would you like to work from home and make money online? You can, by learning how to submit articles to magazines and websites. However, you may have lots of questions. I know I did when I was getting established — and so do students in my online course, Introduction to Internet Writing Markets. So, let’s find answers to some of the questions I’m asked most frequently.

5 Tested Things You May Not Be Doing That Are Guaranteed to Increase Your Blog Traffic

Posted by on Dec 11, 2016 in Blogging | 1 comment

The thing is that the Web changes every day. While we used to talk SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, over and over as the be-all and end-all way to get those coveted readers to your blog, that’s not really how it works any longer. Sure, SEO is still important, because SEO friendly content generally contains lots of writing strategies that make your Web content work for readers. But the shocking conclusion I’ve just come to is that most successful blogs don’t rely on Google or Bing or Yahoo anymore to increase blog traffic. Instead, many blogs get 80% or more of their traffic through social media and other channels.

14 Travel Bloggers Share their Branding Secrets

Posted by on Mar 15, 2016 in Blogging, Website Design Tips, Writing | 6 comments

Travel bloggers have different ideas on what they’ve done to set themselves apart–meet 14 travel bloggers who share their branding secrets. Travel writing and blogging is an enormous field–Google brings up 399,000,000 results for the term “travel blog” alone. Travel writers who try to cover it “all” end up with a little bit of content to suit a lot of people a little bit of the time. That translates into few regular readers.

Authors Struggling in a Changing Publishing World

Posted by on Mar 1, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

The new wave of indie authors who’ve become publishers, taking publishing into their own hands, are excited. And why not? They can publish an ebook that appears just a professional as a traditionally published ebook on a shoestring budget, depending on what they’re unable to do themselves so contract out.