This week’s article in Fab Freelance Writing Ezine is “Your Writers’ Web Site – The Diamond In Your Writer’s Crown”.
Here’s an excerpt:
At the start of 2007, I predicted that this year would be an amazing year for Web writers. That prediction proved accurate. I thought I was being optimistic when I made the prediction, but the reality has far exceeded my expectations.
If you can write for the Web, you can coin money as a writer. You can write Web site content (as the text for Web site pages is known) and make around $1 to $2 a word. Great rates, and equal to print rates. You can create small Web sites on topics you have an interest in and can sell the sites (which usually comprise around five to ten pages) for several thousand dollars: money for jam.
If you haven’t yet made the plunge into developing your own sites and blogs, your online journey starts with your own Web site. Look on your own personal site as the hub around which all your writing activities, both online and offline, revolve.
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