It’s possible to make money writing even if you have little to no experience.
Medium is a great place to get started, of course. But, if you’re looking to make a little more money or expand your options here are some great websites to look into if you love writing and want to make a little more money.
Every writer is in constant search of a solid strategy for their personal daily battle with the blank page.
Your best and motivated self is necessary when wanting to produce thought-proving articles and stories. It’s important to become a creature of habit when wanting to build discipline in your writing.
These famous authors maintain odd routines and rituals that they claim brought meaning to their creations. Many successful authors were able to distinguish themselves from the rest of the pack because of these quirky secrets. …
It can be frustrating to get excited about submitting to a publication, spend time writing your piece, and then submit the piece only to never hear from them.
Well, here is a list of the active publications actually accepting new writers and articles in order from most to least followers.
If you’re interested in finding new places to publish your work, this list can be your best friend! Bookmark this page for later, and please let me know if there are any publications I have forgotten to add!
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I write best sitting at a coffee shop. Preferably a rustic, downtown coffee shop with the buzz of the people around me drowned out by my headphones. The fresh aroma of coffee and the concentrated people around me allow me to enter the state of flow and write a single blog post.
But there are days I don’t make it to a coffee shop. Time escapes from me, as it will do, and I’m left at 11:00 pm with only an hour to write.
It’d be so much easier to go to bed, curled up beside my pomeranian dog. …
Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while. That’s because they were able to connect experiences they’ve had and synthesize new things.” — Steve Jobs
Many people believe creativity is an inborn trait. In reality, creativity is a skill that must be practiced and developed. To become proficient at an instrument or sport, you have to put in the time practicing. The more time you put into it, the better you’ll…
Although the greatest marketers of all time bring us different lessons, approaches, and philosophies, they all achieve the same results: sales, loyalty, and brand recognition. I found these Marketing tips interesting because they relate not just to business but to how we interact with people every single day.
“Talk to someone about themselves and they’ll listen for hours.” ― Dale Carnegie
People are inherently self-absorbed. They want their problems to be fixed. Realizing that you’re not creating something for yourself but for others is key to writing copy, telling stories, and providing a customer journey that impacts their decisions.
“You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems.”
— James Clear
Writing isn't easy. There are distractions and creative blocks but building a system can help you to create content on demand. Your system is the foundation that makes it easier for you to find your rhythm as soon as you sit down to write.
Once you build a system, you can become prolific.
I’m sharing below the eight apps and tools I use, and how to use them to shape a system that makes it easier to write. These…
Becoming a freelancer can be rewarding. You’re able to create your own schedule and have the freedom and autonomy you can only get from self-reliance. But how do you start your freelance writing?
It can be hard to get the ball rolling in the beginning, but by using these tips and with a little time, you could launch a career as a freelance writer. But before we get started what exactly does a freelance writer do?
A freelance writer is someone who writes blog posts, non-fiction articles, and web copy for magazines, publications, companies, and other organizations.
Sometimes writing makes me want to pull my hair out. Or I don’t know throw something.
Sitting down at your desk to spit out words, not just any words, but good stuff people will want to read and share, is tough.
Brute force doesn’t really help either. Simply typing faster and staring harder at the screen to force the words to come for some reason just doesn’t work.