more after the jump:
Saturday, March 31, 2012
|Photo by Glendali, via sxc.hu|
I guess there are two basic ways of getting things done -- the all-out effort, or the minimalist baby-step approach. I'm going to try baby stepping my way into higher paying work.
So -- I'm just writing this here in the hope that a public statement will help keep me on track -- starting on Monday, I'm going to do something every day (five days per week) that may be very small, but will move me, if only a bit, in the direction of direct no-content-site-and-no-middleman writing.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Now UK writers, at least, who like the Yahoo model can write for the company for pay again at Yahoo Contributor Network's new UK site for UK-resident writers only. It works the same way the U.S. site does, with paid assignments, revenue share, and the opportunity to publish on high-traffic Yahoo sites.
A recent blog post from Yahoo said "Yahoo! Contributor Network UK is currently looking for talented writers on parenting, beauty, technology, fashion, fitness, food, weddings, movies, TV, and celebrities. Potential contributors sign up at uk.contributor.yahoo.com/signup and, once approved by Yahoo! UK’s editorial team, they will be eligible to claim assignments."
See the official post for more information.
Saturday, March 10, 2012
These broker sites appear to be Panda-proof, because they are not posting articles on one huge website, but instead selling them directly to customers, who typically use them on highly targeted sites.
Recently I've heard about two broker sites I hadn't heard of before: