I’ve been working with several print writers, helping them to make the transition to writing for the Web.
With any luck at all, I’ve opened their ideas to the opportunities and possibilities for writers today.
If you’re wondering whether you should be focusing on writer for the Web, I’ve created a complementary report for you, Free report: “Get Paid to Write: Make Money Online Today”:
“Want to make money writing online? Get the free report
You can cash in on your words today.
‘Write and Make Money: Cash In On Your Words Today’ is an 18-page PDF containing a series of articles to help you to make money online, just by writing.”
There’s a huge demand for Web writers, because the Web is built on words.
If you’re a technophobe…
If you’re a technophobe, relax. If you can handle a word processor, you can write for the Web.
I made the transition to Web writing way back in 1997, when the technology was very complicated and flaky. If I can do it, you can do it with all the marvelous tools (like WordPress) that we have today.
Remember, your words come first. You don’t need to worry about graphics, or anything else. Designers handle the graphics; you handle the words. Usually, your words are delivered in plain text, ready for someone else to convert to HTML. You may create your original content in Word, for revision purposes, but you’ll deliver in plain text.
Enjoy the report. If you’re new to Web writing, I hope it opens your eyes.
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