I just discovered a new tool which looks as though it would be very useful for online writers.
One of the big problems with working online is discipline. It's very easy to get diverted! Especially for Hubbers, who have the HubPages community to socialise in as well as places like Facebook, Pinterest etc.
It's far too easy to spend too much time in those places, and you can make excuses that you're promoting your work - but mostly that is just an excuse, because networking within HubPages only reaches other Hubbers, and posting on your own Facebook profile only reaches your friends.
This tool will give you a reality check:
I warn you, the first few days you use it, it's pretty confronting....
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