Posts Tagged ‘Writing

Becoming an article writer can be both creative and rewarding, for some people it’s the perfect job. But the fact of the matter is, the more you write the more you will earn. For an article writer, being able to squeeze every last drop of writerly juice out of yourself is the route to financial […]

This week I tried something new. Instead of someone paying me to create linkbait for them for up to £2,000 I created a piece of linkbait on spec and marketed it to the members of my “Headline and Content Ideas”, newsletter. Membership comprises mostly of publishers who are hungry for linkalicious content. I priced the […]

Writers of the world, stop twittering for 30 secs and listen. Don’t be an asshole and give everything away for free. Found by @skinner at http://copywriterunderground.com

The question of price for a writer and publisher is always a tricky one. The writer wants to get what they think they are worth, but the publisher wants to pay the least amount. Hopefully they can meet in the middle and agree on a price that works for both parties. But what is a […]

Writers Wanted

In: Writing

8 Jul 2009

Join the Writers Directory for FREE Join here. Advertise your writing service for free to publishers who are members of Magnetic Web Content. My members are desperate for writers. They are constantly asking me to introduce them to great writers. So I thought, why not put the two groups together at no extra cost to […]


  • Lyndon: @Alok, the easiest way to solve a writers boredom is pay them lots of money, it always works with me [...]
  • Alok: I struggle a lot to find good enough writer who can stick for some time around. I do let them write [...]
  • A week's worth of SEO geek goodiness! | Search Engine Journal: [...] 3 Steps to Becoming a Writing Machine – is some handy go-to advice from Lyndon over on Magne [...]
  • Laura Clarke: Great advice - looks like discipline is a good watch word to getting into the flow and habit of writ [...]
  • Lucy: Cool tips and nicely written :) I really like the idea of 'limbering up' to write. I often start [...]