What Is The Best Advice For Writing Online?

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  1. PhoenixV profile image63
    PhoenixVposted 6 years ago

    What Is The Best Advice For Writing Online?

    What Is The Best Advice For Writing Online?

  2. Jewels profile image83
    Jewelsposted 6 years ago

    Just write and write because you enjoy it.  Express yourself using any topic you like, and have fun doing it.

    Writing for an income online is very difficult as can be attested to by many hubbers.  Only the very very very good succeed at making a decent living from it.  You will hear more complaints than success stories.  But don't let that put you off.  Maybe you are one of those very very very good internet writers.

    If you want to make a living from this, change your question - or ask another - How do you make money writing online?  You may get a lot of answers.

  3. Civil War Bob profile image60
    Civil War Bobposted 6 years ago

    As Jewels says, enjoy it!  Realize that you are affecting peoples' lives, so put stuff up that will help others as others have helped you.  An example, I read a hub on helping folks get to sleep more easily, so I shared it with my followers, even though I once fell asleep running a jackhammer and really didn't need the article for myself.
    You've got stories to tell, so write them out and tell us!

  4. Sean Shock profile image61
    Sean Shockposted 6 years ago


    I had to learn the hard way, I saw many days and night fly by without not one word written, your not going to like yourself very much if you take that lazy route.
    First, keep in mine that "Content Is KING" and if you know this and your not producing, kick yourself now, there's no excess for it, NONE at all.
    I'm super lazy but I'm not stupid I found that only way I could get anything done - I had to turn off the TV and quit playing about. Sometimes you just got to get serious and beat yourself up a little if need be, what ever it take

  5. Lipnancy profile image92
    Lipnancyposted 6 years ago

    Only write when you feel like it. Never force yourself. Provide information that solves a problem along with great keywords. It all starts with the keywords.

  6. dalton71482 profile image61
    dalton71482posted 6 years ago

    Just do it. You'll get better with time and experience. Until then enjoy writing for the sake of enjoying it.

    Second best advice: Write about thing you feel passionate about. The stronger you feel about something the better your work is going to be.

  7. kat7110809 profile image60
    kat7110809posted 6 years ago

    Write about things you know and love. If you want to write about something you never have before or don't know much about, research, research, research! I just think of something on my mind at the moment, and write it down. I've always liked to write, and have always wanted to find a way to get noticed.


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