How Writers may get Recognition and Money?
How Writers may get Recognition and Money with esteem
sites such as Bukisa.com are ones that protect your copyright and when your work gets "Hits" they are calculated. This is one I use rarely but rightly so it is something, some people do well because they are constantly publishing works. I don't use mine so I do not get any flowing interest. There are plenty of others but you should look up sites like bukisa. I am sure if you browse your web something will strick you to something appropriate for you. Peace be.
I would like a much detail on the question.
But if its a novel writer the unique style of introducing the characters and bit humor will gain him recognition of his own.
Essay writers are more based on the expressing their knowledge based a suitable content in easy and proper way which will be liked by the readers.
As for the money the recognitions among the readers give the the recognition
You may want to check out the hub titled- 101 Ways You Can Write And Make Money Online” by wvierra. You will find this article extremely helpful. Good Luck!
by Susannah Birch 5 years ago
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by canadawest99 6 years ago
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by Ronald E Franklin 3 weeks ago
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by Nicola Thompson 5 years ago
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by sarovai 9 years ago
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