Writing Articles Online for Money – When All Else Fails, Do Something That’s Really Profitable

Today, many people have turned to writing articles online for money. Why? There are many reasons, one of which is that articles and other content are in demand with the constant growth of the internet. Writing online articles for pay is something absolutely anyone can do, and unlike affiliate marketing or blogging you can make money almost immediately. If you’ve tried to make money online, chances are you haven’t seen huge success – but you will when you try this.

Now you’re thinking “But I have no experience, I’ve never written a thing in my life!” It makes no difference, neither did I four years ago. If you can write on a 7th or 8th grade level and have a good grasp of the English language, you can earn a great deal of money writing articles online. Webmasters need content on a regular basis, and someone does all the writing so why not you?

It’s easy, and I wouldn’t lie to you. I had never done it before in my life until I decided I was going to become a ghostwriter. Primarily, the work consists of writing short articles (usually 300 to 500 words in length) about various topics, whatever the client chooses. It’s not even that difficult to write about things you are unfamiliar with since you have the world’s biggest research resource right at your beck and call – the internet!

How much can you make writing articles online for other people? It all depends on how much a client or content providing site want to pay, but I average $25 to $30 per hour so you can see that writing is extremely profitable. If you decide to start your own writing business, you can set your own rates so that you earn an hourly wage you are comfortable with, and that suits your needs and lifestyle.

From writing about fashion or traveling to law, Facebook, video games or fishing, the internet is your entrance in to a world where making as much money as you want to make is absolutely possible – through writing! Get started today – I’m rootin’ for ya!

Writing Resolutions Broken? Read This to Recharge Your Batteries

Writing resolutions are great, but don’t let them rule your life.

What did you want to accomplish this year? Did you want to pursue your talents? Did you want to write more often? Did you want to finish that story? Try poetry? Whatever your resolution was, breaking it is only natural.

Life is busy, and it waits for no one. Don’t be cross with yourself for “failing”. No one really fails. They are just procrastinating, always thinking tomorrow will be different. It happens with diets. It happens with smoking. It happens with writing, too. The main thing is to pick yourself up the next day and make a new resolution. And should you fail that day, too, make a new resolution the following day.

Daily resolutions are the only kind that really accomplish anything. So now is the time to make your daily resolve. Here are a few ideas to help you refocus.

Break your writing time into small chunks that you can work into any day. Fifteen minutes is a good choice. That gives you five minutes to clear your mind and ten minutes to get into the groove. You’d be surprised what you can write in fifteen minutes.

Here’s a true story. An unpublished woman wrote and finished a book by writing fifteen minutes a day on her lunch hour. She sent it to an editor. He bought it, and she got it published. Writers, you make your own limitations, and you make your own chances in life.

When you sit down to write, if you don’t see any inspiration, don’t let that concern you. You can write about your work, your boss, a rude clerk in the store, a nice person you met, your mate, how you want to remodel the house, or what kind of shopping you would like to do. What matters is that you string your words together in proper English, proper punctuation, and good thought patterns. Everything you write has meaning. It shows your attitude, your interest, your opinion, your intentions, your psychological status, and so much more.

Write at the same time every day, if at all possible. That is the key to wanting to write. If you write at the same time every day for a week, you will begin to feel the urge to write. When you resist that urge because you choose to do something else, the urge will be less the next day. Put writing at the top of your priorities.

Writing at the same time every day will bring the muse. If you don’t know what the muse it, you will know it when it hits you. It will be hard to type as fast as your mind delivers the content. You won’t want to stop. You won’t want to be disturbed. You won’t want to do anything but write… and that is the muse. Cherish it. Love it. Obey it when it calls. The muse is to a writer what a car is to a driver. It is your vehicle to transport you from this world into the one you create. For more free writing tips, see below.