If you want to
try to make it as a writer, there are a number of sites
where you can go to help make that happen.
Do you want to start blogging but aren't sure how to get
started. This site has some helpful advice on how you
can get started.
Makeawebsitehub.com gives a
detailed tutorial on how to start a blog or how to make
a website. With ultimate step by step guides and
resources that everyone could use.
RankingElite.com offers guest
blogging opportunities as well as SEO and link building
FirstSiteGuide.com has a guide
called "How to Start a Blog - The Beginner’s Guide to
The guide contains a Free eBook and many Video Tutorials
that will help future bloggers better understand the
world of blogging.
is a site that allows you to submit articles for sale.
You name the price and see if it sells. You can always
change the asking price at any time and you could also
ask for the best offer. Just make sure you have a Paypal
account so you can receive payments.
There are also some websites that
accept articles and allow you to have them posted on
sites all over the Internet. You don't get paid for them
but it's a great way to get your name out there or
generate traffic to your website or promote your product. A few of them are:
Maybe you want to just write a blog.
Blogger.com is a good place to start. it's
very user friendly and easy to set up. Most social
networking sites like
Facebook and our very own
Craypoe.net allow their users to
write their own blogs and create their own groups and
If you want to go the self publishing route,
CreateSpace.com allows you to create your own CD's, DVD's,
books and e-books, and allows you to sell them on Amazon.com.
They are actually a subsidiary of Amazon.
are a big money maker and traffic generator on the Net. At
can download a free program that allows you to convert web pages into an
e-book that is an executable program. The free version only allows a
total of 10 files to be used in the e-book but the paid version offers
much more. You may want to try the free version first and then
decide if it's for you.
Open Directory Project's Listing for Writer's Resources