Friday, January 28, 2011

How to survive without Caffeine?

Hi Everyone, I finally published my third article at Demand Studios and wanted to take this time to share it with you. I also wanted to type this blog post to tell you what is happening with my earnings at Ehow. I am Thankful that my ehow earnings are increasing every month and I hope your earnings are going up to. I have earned over $100 this month on ehow. I remember back when my goal was to earn at least $50 a month and now it is passed that. Yeepee!

My third article at DS is called How to survive the day without Caffeine?  Please take some time to read my article and let me know in the comments how your writing is going also at Demand Studios. It has taken me awhile to publish this article but hopefully it will motivate me to write more. I decided on the title by getting a public request on Constant Content. I submitted it to them and it got rejected like all my other ones have. I don't have much luck with Constant Content. Any tips on how to get your articles published on Constant Content, then please let me know. Also, learning how to survive without Caffeine is actually a new years resolution for me along with losing weight. To learn more about my new years resolutions, you can follow my All About Tammy Frost blog. My new blog talks about many things about myself. I will include weight numbers and things that mean a lot to me.

Monday, January 17, 2011

Redgage is my new Ehow

Hi Everyone, Do you remember when ehow was allowing us to write there? Well I use to login at least ten times a day to check messages, comments and earnings. Now that ehow isn't accepting new writers, it isn't as fun to login and check the forums, messages and comments. 

I am now spending my time at Redgage. Redgage is one of those addicting websites where you can earn money from your views and receive comments and messages. I find myself always logging into Redgage to answer messages and comments on my content that I upload. 

All though I haven't earned that much yet on Redgage, I still find it always bringing me back to login to see how much money I have earned. I still earn money from my published ehow articles. However, I don't receive as many comments and messages like I use to on ehow and they are now all on Redgage. Are you signed up yet at Redgage? If not you can see my profile page and sign up here.

I won the redgage raffle contest and won $25. I received my redgage debit card in the mail and I was completely hooked every since. On top of the $25.00 I earned with the redgage contest, I earned a couple dollars with my content views. I have also written a popular article on How to win the redgage contest?

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Wow, I actually think I have a chance at Demand Studios.

Happy New Year Ehow Events followers! I tried Demand Studios out again and to my surprise, I actually was able to get my third article approved. I did decide to choose the revenue share option at Demand Studios this time. For those who don't remember, you are unable to submit articles to ehow but are able to submit them on Demand Studios and most of the How to articles still get published on ehow. Instead of you being a ehow member, you will be a Ehow Contributor.

My goal is to actually continue to write for Demand Studios. With the earnings I have been making with my past ehow published articles, I think it is worth it to try to publish the same amount of articles through DS.

Through my process of getting my how to article approved with DS, I realized it is a lot easier to follow the strict editorial guidelines when you are writing an article that really interests you. Instead of writing a complex and difficult article, try to pick a fun and interesting topic. It is much easier. For example, my article on how to delete history of websites got rejected through Demand Studios because of the many steps and details that needed researched. Unfortunately, I did not have the patience to research the article completely for all Internet browsers. Therefore, I didn't submit another re-write and just published it on Infobarrel instead of DS. On the other hand, my article on How to Make Candles Burn Longer, was much easier for me to write and re-write it once for editorial approval. I was surprised by the small amount of corrections needed for the re-write. 

The great news is that now that I have submitted three articles on Demand Studios, I am now eligible to submit ten articles at DS. Do you write on Demand Studios? How is your writing journey going there? Do you like it the same as Ehow?