Hey guys! So as you know, I've been blogging for just over a month now. While overall I feel like I have had pretty good success and have gotten a lot of positive feedback on my blog, as a new blogger you just make mistakes. Even if you have done your research before starting your… Continue reading 10 Mistakes You Might be Making as a New Blogger
For many people, the possibility of making money from their blog is a far off dream. After all, is it really possible to make money by just blogging? I mean, that sounds risky. However, if you monetize your blog properly and at the right time, you can actually make a significant income through it. Depending… Continue reading Top 5 Ways to Monetize Your Blog
Every blogger want to know what they can do to improve their blog, generate more traffic, and engage readers. While some people think that having an interactive blog with tons of followers and fans is an impossible feat, the journey towards improving your blog an actually be turned into a simple step by step process.… Continue reading Building a Better Blog in 10 Steps
So it's been just over a month since I officially decided to begin this blog. I technically had launched it a few weeks before January 14th, but that is the day that I really started to put real effort into it. I've learned quite a few things during this first month, many positive, and a… Continue reading What I Learned in the First Month of Blogging
For a lot of people, being able to make money through something like a blog will probably sound far-fetched. Of course, to achieve something like this, you’ll have to gain popularity, fighting for the top spot amongst loads of other blogs. This will be a long journey, with most people doing it for fun rather… Continue reading The Bridge Between A Blog & The Big Time
Today’s writing tip is a little different as I am directing it solely to bloggers and blogging. One of the biggest obstacles to blogging (I think) is consistently pushing through posts on a regular basis that contain great content. What I mean by this: it is hard to post every day, or even every other… Continue reading Blogging Tip: Plan Ahead
When most people start with a hobby like blogging, they won’t be going at it with the aim of making some money. Instead, this sort of pastime is something most people do because they enjoy it, choosing to give their free time to something which can help others. Of course, though, this doesn’t mean that… Continue reading From Blog To Business: Turning Your Fun Into Finance
We write to be heard. Writers who claim differently are only fooling themselves. While we bleed on a paper or on the canvas, all we really ask for is some attention, some affection. Ask yourself this, the last time you read a five page article or a full blown 500-page novel, did the title entice… Continue reading 3 Best Tips on Writing Irresistible Blog Titles
Note: Although this post is intended for technical writing students who are about to begin the job search process, but the techniques here might be useful for other students as well. In this blog post, let’s discuss how to craft your technical writing resume. The most important thing to remember is that your resume is […]… Continue reading Outside Writing: “Crafting Your Technical Writing Resume by Amruta Ranade
This is a guest post by Warren, a marketing enthusiast, and blogger at EduGeeksClub, who loves music. If he doesn’t have a guitar in his hands, he’s probably embracing new technologies and marketing techniques online. You can connect with Warren on Twitter and Facebook.
Top 10 Jobs For Writing Lovers
Writing has always been my thing. From poems to creative writing projects to research papers, I could do everything well at school. My teachers kept advising me: “You’re doing well in this… You should become a writer.” That’s exactly what I aimed for: become a writer. So that’s what I did.
There’s one main thing I realized on this journey: writing is not just about novels and stories. I did that, too. I wrote a few short novels and stories. However, I’ve also used my skill to earn money in other ways. I also connected with other writers…
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