When I was a brand new freelance writer, I started marketing my services on Twitter because my mom recommended the platform (seriously — she’s super cool). She works in author promotions and got me started with some of her own tips and tricks. Now, I’ve slowly adapted them into my own strategy of getting freelance writing clients on Twitter. Opens in a new tab: How To Start Your Freelance Writing Career – A Real-Life Case Study And to this day: No other social media platform has found me as many clients as Twitter. Here’s how I do it… My complete strategy to get freelance writing clients using Twitter Step 1: I follow my niche. Every day, I spend some time following people and businesses related to my writing niche (digital marketing). I can search for those niche-related keywords on Twitter and then click over to “Accounts”. I started out with ManageFlitter because the basic version was free. Once I connect my Twitter account, I … [Read more...] about [Case Study] How I Get Clients For My Freelance Writing Business Using Twitter
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Home » Affiliate Marketing » [Case Study] How I Made $16,433 With One Product And How Can You Do the Same? Recently when Harsh Agrawal wrote about our affiliate partnership with Bluehost that has helped me to make over $16,000 in income, most of the readers were really excited to know how I made it. So I’ve decided to write an exclusive post around it to help affiliate marketing beginners to do the same. Are you curious to know more about it? Let’s get into it. I know majority of the people create blogs to make money. There’s nothing wrong in that. Most professional bloggers say that don’t start blogging unless you have passion. But in reality, if you don’t have a clear idea on making money from your blogs, you won’t succeed no matter how passionate you are. That’s the harsh truth about making money online. When it comes to monetizing a blog, there are a gazillion ways to make money. Out of all of them, there are only a … [Read more...] about [Case Study] How I Made $16,433 By Selling One Affiliate Product?
I’m not a native English speaker and here’s my confession: I’m a trained translator with a degree in my pocket. I speak English fairly well, but I never thought I would ever create content on my own. When I got to the English-speaking world of content marketing, I was lost, frustrated, and paralyzed with insecurity. I strongly doubted if I could ever enter a league of those smart guys who create killer content. To be honest, I wasn’t even sure if I could write anything high-quality at all. If you’ve ever been in my shoes, this article is for you. I’m going to share the tips and tricks that have worked (and still work) for me. The first: Most likely, you will never be able to speak, think, or write like a native speaker. Being fluent isn’t all about vocabulary, grammar, spelling, and all of the other ‘technical’ aspects. The trickiest and most complicated part is the cultural background. It may take years of living in the … [Read more...] about How To Write TOP Content If You’re Not A Native English Speaker
When Google Panda hit the blogosphere, it was a terrible moment for many webmasters. Many content writers, SEOs, and link builders lost their jobs. Now, with the way the SEO world is changing, for a newbie and young blogger, this recession proof profession, might never be the same. I’m not going to scare you here, as Google is not evil. One who has followed all of the quality guidelines from Google while maintaining white-hat SEO practices will not only survive, but will be better off regarding traffic and search visibility. This article is targeted for people who are affected by Google Panda updates and have still not recovered from this penalty. One of the main aims of Panda was to kick out content farming and improve the visibility of quality blogs. This update affected the search engine results by 12%. What is Google Panda Content? There is no technical term like “Google Panda Content”, but since the Panda update, quality content is the most talked about topic. … [Read more...] about How To Write Google Panda Content That Everyone Will Love
My name is Eric and I’m an editor. I’ve been a freelancer for many years working with various companies, marketplaces, students, professionals, journalists, entrepreneurs, copywriters, travel portals, bloggers, musicians, and all other facets of writers. If you’ve submitted a post here at ShoutMeLoud, you may have had an encounter with me. Some of those encounters may have been favorable, and others, well, maybe not so much. First, let me start off by answering this question: Editors are essentially grammar nerds. We seek to make sure that everything the writer is saying is said in the most attractive way possible. But not everyone has a favorable opinion of editors. Here’s why: They nit-pick. They change words and phrases that you think didn’t need to be changed. They’re often at odds with your artistic vision. But there’s one thing you need to remember: Editors are writers, too. I am a writer. Honestly, I’m much more of a writer … [Read more...] about I Will Show You How to Make Your Blog Professional in 15 minutes