Writing is not that simple or hard. When you write for a platform that needs to your credit many different original articles you specify your writing. For example the broad topic of crafting has on smaller subject of knitting. With knitting you have yarn and other equipment, you have beginning and advanced to creative pattern making and on and on. So you tend to be a bit specific under one topic crafts. When you write fiction you tend to generalize, because you want to bring specifics to a broad range of people and to capture all you got to explain your generally to everyone what you’re trying to convey in your story. Stories goes from general to specific then back to generalizations to specific. Depending what your audience is, your writing platform rules and regulations or terms and condition remembering the copyright laws and more so your questions has a well it depends to it’s answer. For more information about writing you can go to:
1. EducationPortsl.com:http://education-portal.com/articles/10_Universiti... (it’s free.)
2. http://alison.com/ where you can get diplomas and certificates free.
I would keep up with the newest things about writing and one is affiliate programs that range from web sites, google.com adsense and more-you chose the one you like the best and keep up with the demands and responsibilities of being an affiliate too. Good luck in your writing. I've come across some great free e-newsletters from experienced (rich) writers too who give great insights. Great questions. If you come across some great money making writing venues-let me know too-thanks.