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....
by sunforged 9 years ago
I write for multiple online platforms and tried to write a concise method for how to interrelate them.im worried that I failed to be concise and that i may have misrepresented the services a little in my briefness.So for those of you that are familiar with these resources.Does this...
by India Arnold 6 years ago
Why is a "ranking high" so important to online writers?
by Lisa HW 8 years ago
Online writers, what makes you leave/stay with any writing site?
by Janis Leslie Evans 4 years ago
Are HP's most successful hubbers full-time online writers?Knowing the ins and outs of online writing strategies, techniques, social media promotion, writing on multiple sites, etc., takes a lot of time. Being successful seems to be a result of doing this on a full-time basis. Is this the case for...
by Haunty 5 years ago
Please, make a feature that lets us know if someone is online (or not) when we visit the person's profile, or tell me why it is not a good idea.
by Has_aWayWithWords 8 years ago
I am pasting an example of what is happening with article marketing these days. This is from greenenergyglobe.com and I am not promoting them I assure you. In fact this was copied and spun out of my own articles by whatever moron they hired to write thier website content. Sorry it is long but this...
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