Writing great content is the backbone behind all your internet marketing efforts. Great content can inform the audience, increase engagement, presell a product or service, establish your brand, and so much more. Behind every effective piece of content, there is a good writer. Here are some tips that I have learned over the years and have implemented into my own content writing and I know they’ll make a big difference in your own writing:
A few years ago, I was in so much debt I was in a constant state of panic. You see, when my now ex husband and I decided to part ways, I was living in Europe with him and had no real income of my own.
Sure, I was a freelance writer. But truthfully, I wasn’t making much money. I also had no residual income sources, which I definitely regretted. I ended up charging everything while I sorted the rest of my life out.
Believe me when I tell you this – I took the WRONG approach. It only made things worse.
If you’re like most of us, you decided to pursue affiliate marketing to make some money. While it certainly is an excellent way to do this, there are things that can make or break your success, and choosing an affiliate niche is one of them.
Not all niches are created equally, and your ability to choose a good one will make all the difference. Here’s a look at what you need to think about when selecting a niche:
When it comes to figuring out how to maximize your online business earnings, it can often feel overwhelming. There are many things that can ruin our focus and pull our minds in different directions. The problem is, when we don’t let ourselves stick to the plan, this feeling of getting pulled in different directions can cause overwhelm, which often leads to paralysis. This happened to me, and I want to save you from the stress!
Back in 2002, I decided to start my freelance writing career because I was in a situation where I wasn’t able to work. My husband at the time kept changing locations for his job and I was fresh out of college and felt as if I couldn’t really start my career. I always wanted to be a writer so I decided to go for it.
If you decide to become a ghost writer to make extra cash, there are two skills that you need to hone. First, you need to make sure that you are writing at a professional level. You know good writing when you see it. When you start writing for money, clients expect you to hand them in high quality work.
Writing skills are only one piece of the puzzle, though. In fact, they won’t matter at all if you can’t find clients. Here’s an overview of where you can go to find writing work. Choose one to start out with and once you get pretty good at attracting clients using that one method, add others to your repertoire.
Any worthwhile method to make money online usually takes time to get started. There’s nothing wrong with this, in fact, if you are going to build your business the right way, it should take you some time to do it right. The problem with this is that you might need to earn some money while you wait.
This is the situation I was in back when I started my business over a decade ago. To make money, I decided to become a ghost writer and I know from experience that this is a great place to start.
There are a few ways to answer this question, but I will start off by telling you what I believe. My answer is that those who run a business online could benefit from using both models so that they can have more than one revenue stream. There are pros and cons to both sides, though, and business owners should choose the method, or combination of methods, that best suit their businesses. Here’s more information:
Before you can set up any kind of internet business, whether as an affiliate or a produce creator, you need to understand what motivates people to buy online. The truth is, more people than ever are buying goods online because they trust in the integrity of proven sellers or of the brands they know and love.
For you to enjoy a piece of the market share, you need to understand what motivates people to buy in the first place. The truth is, the internet is a vast place – but it can also be personal. Your prospects play a big part in your success because it is their interests, desires, habits, purchases, et cetera that shop the Internet.
No matter what the purpose of your blog or website is, there is no doubt that you will need people to visit it. Sure, you could always opt to get traffic through paid sources, like PPC or Facebook ads.
However, there are plenty of free methods that work, as well. In fact, you don’t need to spend money on paid sources at all if you don’t want. You can turn your blog or website into a success without them. Here’s a look at some of the strategies I like to use in order to get free traffic.