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  • Dan Poynter, the "father of self-publishing," is an inspiration to new aspiring self-published authors. His books offer advice for any writer hoping to break into the business of self-publishing.

    Dan Poynter, the Father of Self-Publishing

    Dan Poynter, the Father of Self-Publishing

    by Jennifer Wilber2

  • If you are a writer who wants to increase traffic to your website or blog posts but you don't have a massive social media following it can feel like an uphill battle! These 5 free tools can help you dramatically increase organic traffic to your website or blog immediately!

    Free Tools That Will Drive Traffic to Your Blog

    Free Tools That Will Drive Traffic to Your Blog

    by Abigail Hreha3

  • Have you self-published your first book? Are you ready for the next steps to being a successful authorpreneur? In this article, I’ll share my first author expo experience, how I networked with other authors, how I prepared for an author expo and what to do and not to do an author or book expo.

    10 Things You Should Know About Your First Author Expo and Book Fair

    10 Things You Should Know About Your First Author Expo and Book Fair

    by Amelia Griggs4

  • A book launch is the next logical step after a book is published. Find out what is a book launch, along with tips for self published authors, getting buzz, and virtual book launches.

    What is a Book Launch?

    What is a Book Launch?

    by Heidi Thorne6

  • Even though it could be a creative and desirable product, self publishing a custom printed deck of cards can be a challenging and expensive venture. Learn what costs are involved.

    Self Publishing a Custom Printed Deck of Cards

    Self Publishing a Custom Printed Deck of Cards

    by Heidi Thorne17

  • Self publishing print books with print on demand (POD) can be cost-effective, but that doesn't mean it's cheap. Here are tips for photos, color, and book size that can make POD books more affordable.

    Self Publishing Print-on-Demand Books for Less

    Self Publishing Print-on-Demand Books for Less

    by Heidi Thorne10

  • Self publishing a workbook or guided journal can provide benefits for both authors and readers. Challenges for printing these specialty publications are discussed.

    Self Publishing a Workbook or Guided Journal

    Self Publishing a Workbook or Guided Journal

    by Heidi Thorne12

  • To celebrate and announce your self published book, you've taken a page from the traditional publishing playbook and want to host a book signing event. But that's quite a project! See what's involved.

    Book Signing Event Tips for Self Published Authors

    Book Signing Event Tips for Self Published Authors

    by Heidi Thorne6

  • How to do online research writing better and faster. Learn the tips and tricks of preparing and documenting online research, pre-writing skills, reflective editing and the publishing of your respective text. Includes graphic organizer ideas.

    Writing Tutorials: The Process of Online Research Writing

    Writing Tutorials: The Process of Online Research Writing

    by Marisa Hammond Olivares186

  • To sell freelance articles in today's competitive market place, you must do everything possible to give your work the edge. Presentation matters as much as content. This article explains in detail how to present your work so it's more likely to sell.

    Make Money Writing: How to Submit Articles That Sell

    Make Money Writing: How to Submit Articles That Sell

    by Austin Hackney8

  • The dream of freelance writing can quickly fall apart. The good news is that sober expectations can safely navigate you towards success in this difficult but satisfying career.

    The Perks and Horrors of Being a Freelance Writer

    The Perks and Horrors of Being a Freelance Writer

    by Jana Louise Smit0

  • Most people are familiar with the concept of an ebook. But when authors choose to self publish their work as ebooks, the "What is an ebook?" question gets more complicated as discussed here.

    What Is an Ebook... Really?

    What Is an Ebook... Really?

    by Heidi Thorne12

  • If you have low views on your blog, videos, or social media, does that mean your content is bad? How about if your have low sales for your books? You could say that the market has spoken! But let’s break down what might be happening before you say your market hates what you create.

    Do People Hate What You Write or Create? How to Know

    Do People Hate What You Write or Create? How to Know

    by Heidi Thorne18

  • If you're frustrated trying to get published, why not try writing Romance? Romance publishers are crying out for new material, even from unpublished authors...

    Get Published: How to Write Romance

    Get Published: How to Write Romance

    by Kate Swanson36

  • Wondering what it takes to get 1,000,000 views? Here's how I did it on HubPages. How to find topics, get followers, and maintain the momentum. The key is not to give up too soon.

    How I Reached 1,000,000 Views on HubPages

    How I Reached 1,000,000 Views on HubPages

    by Mary Wickison106

  • A small passive income would be welcomed by many. If you can write grammatially and can still learn a thing or two, here's how to do it!

    How to Earn Money Writing on HubPages

    How to Earn Money Writing on HubPages

    by Tessa Schlesinger31

  • Maybe you are just starting out as a journalist or you are seasoned and looking to improve your interviewing methods. Either way, here are some ideas on how to approach an interview. From my experience, preparation makes for a good interview. You want to know your subject before you start.

    Guide for Journalists: How to Interview Someone for a Story

    Guide for Journalists: How to Interview Someone for a Story

    by Layne Holmes0

  • So you want to put together a booklet. This may be for your own use or for a social club of which you're a member, or you may wish to present information at a specific audience, or to promote a particular issue for professional purposes.

    How To Publish a Small Book or Booklet

    How To Publish a Small Book or Booklet

    by Adele Cosgrove-Bray1

  • Everyone has a story inside of them, waiting to be told. However, only a fraction succeed in getting the story “out there.” If you want your novel to reach the world, first understand the main obstacles that cull most would-be authors.

    Top 6 Reasons You Can't Finish Your Novel

    Top 6 Reasons You Can't Finish Your Novel

    by Jana Louise Smit1

  • What does a beta reader do? He or she can provide valuable early feedback prior to self publishing a book or eBook manuscript. Learn more about hiring and working with beta readers.

    What is a Beta Reader for Books?

    What is a Beta Reader for Books?

    by Heidi Thorne22

  • What is a promotional byline and why does everyone who freelances as a speaker, writer, or designer need one? Here's how to write a mini-biographical note that sounds professional, yet approachable.

    What to Put in a Mini-Bio or Author Byline

    What to Put in a Mini-Bio or Author Byline

    by Sally Hayes1

  • Now that self publishing is available to almost everyone, many feel inspired to write and publish their memoirs. But is it a good idea? Explore the reasons you should (or shouldn't!) write a memoir.

    Should You Write a Memoir?

    Should You Write a Memoir?

    by Heidi Thorne12

  • Most editors are good editors, but occasionally a writer may find themselves dealing with an inexperienced editor whose changes are not helpful. This is a situation that needs negotiating carefully.

    How to Deal With a Poor Editor

    How to Deal With a Poor Editor

    by Cecelia0

  • Everyone knows about traditional publishing; write book, write cover letter, pitch to an agent, get an agent, find publisher, become an author. Sounds easy, right? It's not. As such there is another option, go self-published. Sounds easier, right? Well, you'd be wrong and here's why.

    The Difficulties of Self-Publishing

    The Difficulties of Self-Publishing

    by Gemma Newey1

  • Looking forward to writing on iWriter? Well, find all you need to know to work on this freelance site. Learn how to sign up, pick work and get paid. Learn also how to grow your account and earn more!

    A Quick Guide to Writing on iWriter

    A Quick Guide to Writing on iWriter

    by Januaris Saint Fores18

  • Frustrated by the prospect of offering their content for free, bloggers and website owners may turn to a gated content strategy. Learn what is gated content, along with its risks and rewards.

    What Is Gated Content?

    What Is Gated Content?

    by Heidi Thorne10

  • You have made it! Your book has been birthed after many months of hard labor and you have book signings lined up. Where and how does an author sign his books?

    Book Signing Etiquette for Authors

    Book Signing Etiquette for Authors

    by Brenda Barnes104

  • Sounds like a self published author’s dream! A book with very few words that can make money? I’m in. These would be called low content books. But what are they and what’s in them? And how can authors use this strategy to make money?

    What Are Low Content Books?

    What Are Low Content Books?

    by Heidi Thorne12

  • It’s sounds like a good idea to promote sales of your self published books during the holidays, right? In theory, it is. But just because it's the biggest gift buying season of the year, doesn't mean it's the best sales season for your book. Discover tips for holiday book promotions.

    Promoting Holiday Sales for Your Self Published Books

    Promoting Holiday Sales for Your Self Published Books

    by Heidi Thorne12

  • Before you check out the iWriter site, check out this iWriter review. The review and comments will teach you everything you need to know about buying and selling articles on iWriter.

    iWriter Review: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

    iWriter Review: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

    by Kari290

  • The arts and crafts industry is tremendous. As per estimation, it is said to generate billions of dollars every year alone in the United States, giving an enormous boost to the industry. This also concludes that these magazines are widely read by art enthusiasts.

    How to Pitch Editors at Arts and Crafts Magazines

    How to Pitch Editors at Arts and Crafts Magazines

    by Prachi Sharma1

  • The best way to get published is to get noticed. Many places will not accept a draft without a query letter, and knowing how to write a good letter will get you noticed.

    Writing a Query Letter with a Sample

    Writing a Query Letter with a Sample

    by Angela Michelle Schultz13

  • Successful blogging is in the first instance about very carefully choosing a niche topic. A blog about your home town is an excellent idea, as you have a ready made niche market in the form of residents and businesses, while the subject is likely to know very little online competition. This page guides you through the process of creating a blog about your home town and how to position it that it knows the greatest chances of success.

    How to Create a Successful Blog About Your Home Town

    How to Create a Successful Blog About Your Home Town

    by Gordon Hamilton12

  • If you know how to write and write well, you can earn good money by writing articles and creating content. If you want to start making money writing, here are 6 websites you need to sign up for today.

    Make Money Writing on These Six Websites

    Make Money Writing on These Six Websites

    by Cari Jean91

  • Do you want to work as an online writer? Experienced copy writer gives 5 tips for writing a sample copy that gets you a good first rating.

    How to Write a Copywriting Sample

    How to Write a Copywriting Sample

    by Virginia Kearney15

  • Writing a children's book can be tougher than you think. Self publishing and marketing a children's book could be a legal and marketing nightmare. Here are just some of the challenges.

    Writing a Children's Book Challenges

    Writing a Children's Book Challenges

    by Heidi Thorne10

  • Readers' letters published online and offline offer new freelance writers the easiest route to publication. Many new writers don't realize that readers' letters may be professionally written. This article explains how to research, write, and sell readers' letters to newspapers and magazines.

    Make Money Writing: Get Paid to Write Readers' Letters

    Make Money Writing: Get Paid to Write Readers' Letters

    by Austin Hackney2

  • Learn what's involved with writing a motivational self-help book. I'll show you the structure and how to use your own life experience to help others benefit.

    How to Write a Motivational Self-Help Book

    How to Write a Motivational Self-Help Book

    by Glenn Stok6

  • All new authors need to get people to notice their books. Here are 7 ways to help you get that job accomplished.

    7 Ways to Get Your Book Known

    7 Ways to Get Your Book Known

    by Rebecca Graf1

  • Localization is reviewing and editing communications (text, audio, video) to make sure they follow the language standards and idiosyncrasies of the intended audience. Find out more about these edits.

    What Is Localization for Book Editing?

    What Is Localization for Book Editing?

    by Heidi Thorne12

  • If you are learning shorthand, you'll need good shorthand pencils. On the face of it, it's just a notepad and a pen/pencil, but these are the tools of the experts and the right pencil gives you speed

    What Are the Best Shorthand Pencils and Notepads?

    What Are the Best Shorthand Pencils and Notepads?

    by Dedicated Content Curator2

  • Craft books present a number of unique challenges when self publishing. Photo use, printing, eBooks, legal issues, and writing how-to instructions when self publishing a craft book are discussed.

    The Challenges of Self-Publishing a Craft Book

    The Challenges of Self-Publishing a Craft Book

    by Heidi Thorne15

  • Many of our favorite authors use pen names. What is the point of using a pen name and how do you choose one?

    Why Do Authors Use Pen Names?

    Why Do Authors Use Pen Names?

    by Lisa4

  • Self publishing a book is easier and cheaper than it's ever been! Learn tips for publishing a book using the Amazon KDP (formerly known as Createspace) platform.

    Self Publishing a Book for Almost Free

    Self Publishing a Book for Almost Free

    by Heidi Thorne169

  • Authority content is the crafting of quality content that demonstrates your expertise by delivering valuable information to the readers, rather than just claiming expertise and saying, “We are the best brand in the world.”

    How to Write Authority Content to Build Your Business

    How to Write Authority Content to Build Your Business

    by Prachi Sharma0

  • Earning a regular income from writing on HubPages is not easy, however, with motivation and the right approach it can be done. In this article I offer several pieces of advice for new and veteran writers based on my personal experience on HubPages over the last few years.

    Tips for Finding Success on HubPages

    Tips for Finding Success on HubPages

    by Christopher Wanamaker11

  • Listverse is a writing site that is gaining popularity for its unique and fascinating content. It pays $100 per article.

    How to Earn Money on Listverse

    How to Earn Money on Listverse

    by Prachi Sharma8

  • Authors may be tempted to go cross-genre, meaning that they write and self publish books in multiple genres. While this certainly is a testament to the breadth and flexibility of their writing skills, it can present a host of challenges for their book promotion and sales efforts. Find out how.

    Becoming a Cross-Genre Author: What You Need to Know

    Becoming a Cross-Genre Author: What You Need to Know

    by Heidi Thorne20

  • Like craft books, self publishing cookbooks involves some special issues that regular fiction and nonfiction don't. Learn how to self publish a cookbook here.

    How to Self-Publish a Cookbook

    How to Self-Publish a Cookbook

    by Heidi Thorne12

  • Why would anyone want to rewrite a book that's already been published? To reach more markets and make more money! Discover the top reasons to rewrite your self-published book.

    Top Reasons to Rewrite Your Self-Published Book

    Top Reasons to Rewrite Your Self-Published Book

    by Heidi Thorne36

  • Some self published authors are getting creative in finding ways to make money from writing, including crowdfunding a book project. Is it legit or a scam? Find out here.

    Crowdfunding a Book Project

    Crowdfunding a Book Project

    by Heidi Thorne20

  • Even if the written content is stellar, poor presentation and packaging can turn any self published book or eBook into trash. Find out what makes a book or eBook look unprofessionally self published.

    How Not to Make Your Book Look Self Published

    How Not to Make Your Book Look Self Published

    by Heidi Thorne20

  • Are you a poet who wants to be published? Have you entered a writing competition and had your poem included in an anthology? Some of these contests are scams. Here are some tips to avoid being conned.

    How to Tell If a Poetry Contest Is Legit or a Scam

    How to Tell If a Poetry Contest Is Legit or a Scam

    by Beth Eaglescliffe4

  • Do you feel confused when it comes to bidding on Upwork? It can be a little tricky especially when you are new. In this article, I will show you how to bid like a professional freelancer.

    How to Bid on Upwork: Easy Tips for Success

    How to Bid on Upwork: Easy Tips for Success

    by Kshitiz Gaur0

  • How to Write Reviews on a Blog: A guide to writing reviews on a blog, along with information about using photos, including disclosure notices and sharing review posts on social media.

    How to Write Blog Reviews

    How to Write Blog Reviews

    by Marissa32

  • Even with platforms such as Amazon's Createspace and KDP which can publish virtually overnight, self publishing takes time! Discover how long it might take to self publish a print book or eBook.

    How Long Does It Take to Self Publish a Book?

    How Long Does It Take to Self Publish a Book?

    by Heidi Thorne8

  • Finding an internship can be difficult, and resources aren't always clear. I have made these resources more easily accessible by locating, listing, and analyzing information in order to make the process of finding internships and/or jobs to apply to within the publishing industry a bit simpler.

    How to Land a Publishing Internship

    How to Land a Publishing Internship

    by Rachel Aldinger1

  • The most important things to consider about magazine writing: how to write a good query letter, how to match your articles with the right publication, and how to persist despite rejection.

    Three Important Points of Magazine Writing

    Three Important Points of Magazine Writing

    by Kristen Willms0

  • It's hard to get published these days. And there's reason - several in fact. Here's why. Plus I tell you how to market self-published books successfully.

    Why Is It So Hard to Get Published?

    Why Is It So Hard to Get Published?

    by Tessa Schlesinger6

  • Translating a book into another language can open up new reading audiences. However, it can also open up a messy situation with translators and editing issues. See what's involved here.

    Should You Translate a Book You Self Published?

    Should You Translate a Book You Self Published?

    by Heidi Thorne12

  • If you're looking to self publish a book, then here are a few tips and roadblocks that you might want to be aware of. Get the know-how to avoid costly mistakes.

    7 Things to Know When Self Publishing a Book

    7 Things to Know When Self Publishing a Book

    by Robert P Sullivan7

  • Are you having trouble getting your article featured on HubPages? I'm a veteran writer with nearly 200 featured articles. Let me help you get your HubPages article featured.

    How to Get Your Article Featured on HubPages

    How to Get Your Article Featured on HubPages

    by PT Richard0

  • Here I share some of my experiences as a ghostwriter. It is an interesting choice to make in regard to writing careers and definitely not for everyone, however, if you are hired by the right clients it can prove lucrative.

    Confessions of a Ghostwriter

    Confessions of a Ghostwriter

    by John Hansen70

  • "How many words (or pages) should my book be?" Common question from new, even experienced writers. Short answer is use as many words as it takes. Long answer is a bit more complex as discussed here.

    How Many Words Should a Book Be?

    How Many Words Should a Book Be?

    by Heidi Thorne25

  • Anyone with good English and something worthy to say can start earning some extra cash right now for free. How? With HubPages, the easiest, most instructive and best paying platform to make money on the internet.

    How to Make Money Online at Home in 2018 (With Hubpages)

    How to Make Money Online at Home in 2018 (With Hubpages)

    by Juliette Kando FI Chor92

  • Can you make money from self publishing? Technically, yes, even if you make just a buck! But if you're looking for more income from self published books, the answer is more complex as discussed here.

    Can You Make Money From Self Publishing?

    Can You Make Money From Self Publishing?

    by Heidi Thorne25

  • It's one thing to write a blog, but quite another challenge to make money from it - especially in 2015, when the way to monetize successfully has changed so much

    How to Monetize Your Blog

    How to Monetize Your Blog

    by Kate Swanson112

  • Are you a freelance writer looking for new platforms to add to your writing portfolio? I discuss my experience with Zerys, including pay rates, clients, rejection rates, direct orders, and more.

    My Experience Writing for the Zerys Content Platform

    My Experience Writing for the Zerys Content Platform

    by Rose Clearfield37

  • I've been in the business of writing for a paycheck for a little over five years now, right before I entered college. In that time, I've learned what works and what doesn't. The most basic tools of the trade are the ones I keep coming back to, and...

    The 5 Most Useful Tools for Online Writers

    The 5 Most Useful Tools for Online Writers

    by Joey6

  • The letter below is based on a real-life one sent by a computer software company to past customers (who had bought its small business or creative training software) to inform them of a new product launch, and hopefully obtain orders.

    Sample Sales Letter for Copywriters

    Sample Sales Letter for Copywriters

    by Prachi Sharma0

  • I write online full-time. There are three sites I have written for over the years. Each one is different with some advantages and disadvantages. Perhaps this information will help you determine where you want to write.

    Online Sites I Have Written for and What I Think About Them

    Online Sites I Have Written for and What I Think About Them

    by Margaret Minnicks26

  • I explain how to prepare, research, submit, and track novel submissions to book publishers, including writing a query letter, pulling sample chapters, and cataloging submissions.

    How To Submit Your Book to Publishers

    How To Submit Your Book to Publishers

    by Laura Smith1

  • You've decided to self publish a book. How do you know how to pick a profitable genre? Is it simply choosing something that's hot like romance, or do you go with what you know?

    Picking a Genre for Self Publishing

    Picking a Genre for Self Publishing

    by TraceyE LM2

  • If you accept guest posts on your website, follow these tips to maximize the advantages of guest posting. Those who are interested in submitting guest posts, make sure you get proper attribution.

    The Proper Way to Feature a Guest Writer on Your Blog

    The Proper Way to Feature a Guest Writer on Your Blog

    by Shauna L Bowling180

  • These days, many authors and independent publishers are turning to self publishing platforms to get their books to market. Learn what these platforms provide, as well as pros and cons.

    Self Publishing Platforms Pros and Cons

    Self Publishing Platforms Pros and Cons

    by Heidi Thorne40

  • Selling articles to magazines, newspapers, and blogs is the easiest entry-point into a tough industry. Market research boosts your chances of making a sale. This article explains why and how to do it.

    Make Money Writing: Market Research for Writers

    Make Money Writing: Market Research for Writers

    by Austin Hackney2

  • Customer reviews aren’t the only reviews that can help give your book credibility and visibility. Editorial reviews can provide valuable insight about your book for potential readers.

    What is an Editorial Review?

    What is an Editorial Review?

    by Heidi Thorne14

  • If you self publish, you might be wondering how to create an audio book edition. It's much more complex than self publishing a print book or eBook! This Q&A answers your questions.

    How to Create an Audio Book

    How to Create an Audio Book

    by Heidi Thorne11

  • Podcasts aren’t all just news and talk. Podcast audio dramas are growing in popularity, representing an opportunity for self published fiction authors. Here’s what you need to know about creating them to avoid creating more drama for your life and work!

    Podcast Audio Dramas: What Fiction Authors Need to Consider

    Podcast Audio Dramas: What Fiction Authors Need to Consider

    by Heidi Thorne13

  • Are you tired of getting paid less than what you are worth? This article will show you how to get better paying freelance writing jobs even if you are not very experienced.

    How to Get Better-Paying Freelance Writing Jobs

    How to Get Better-Paying Freelance Writing Jobs

    by Kshitiz Gaur0

  • It is important to write an impressive proposal and bid the right amount to get the job that you want. In this article, I will share some tips that you can use to maximize your chances of getting the job that you want.

    How to Write a Proposal and Bid on a Freelancing Website

    How to Write a Proposal and Bid on a Freelancing Website

    by Kshitiz Gaur2

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