July Update: Writing Opportunities

As you are aware, A Blogger's Books runs a regular writing opportunities update. Please click on the main page (linked) to see the full list of lesser-known jobs for writers, bloggers, verse writers etc. 

Again, you don't have to be an experienced writer to get paid for a lot of the jobs listed there. If you can write verses for cards or are good with tips and how-tos, there are plenty of places for you to submit your work too. The jobs listed are all paid posts. Many of them pay very well.

This month I've updated the foreign market section (not the UK). I've found that there are more paid writing opportunities in Canada, USA and Australia. UK markets generally don't stand out as ones offering struggling writers a good return for their hard work. It seems we can all survive on great effort, time and research, just for a copy of our published material.  This angers me, because no one can live on satisfaction alone. No other group of workers are expected to work for nothing.  Find update here:

New Blog On The Block

I just wanted to inform A Blogger's Books readers of yet another stupid thing I've done recently. If there's one thing bloggers have in common, it's not enough time to spend on their blog.
I'm no different. With two different jobs, young kids and a home we've been working on in the last year, my twice a week posts (at least) have now been reduced to about that many in a month.

It makes sense however, that I'd want to reduce the amount of blogs I have rather than increase them. Well, friends and neighbours, that's not the case. A Blogger's Books is proud to announce the birth of a new baby sibling called, diy projects . This new blog has been conceived from exactly the thing that's been keeping me too busy to blog so often (no not that) - home improvement tips.

My Guest-Post Research: Results!

Today I bring you the results of my guest post research. I've read that having backlinks (sites that link to your blog) is the best way to build up your Google ranking. Obviously a higher Google ranking means that your blog will show up on the first page of search results. More traffic potentially means a higher number of people clicking on your ads, earning you more money. See this article for a recap

I set out to research this phenomenon so I took the time to write a few guest posts on some high ranking sites on the Internet. Granted, I only wrote one post for each site, I think I could still gauge the effect this had on my blog on a small scale - namely traffic. I won't know about the effect it had on my Google ranking until later in the year. Here's the breakdown:

Saving Money In the Bathroom

As most of you know, I have a book called, How To Spend Less and have been running some articles based on this subject here on this blog. Today's article is a guest post by Alyssa Johnson and will be joined to my other saving-tips articles on A Blogger's Books.

The bathroom is second only to the kitchen as the room in your house that needs the most restocking. Cutting down on your costs in this one room of your house can really add up over the years. The key is to combine an air of frugality with ingenuity. Employing various preventive measures can also go a long way in reducing the need to purchase/restock certain items. The following outlines just a few tips I've learned along the way to reduce expenditures in the bathroom. Some will be pretty obvious, while others have likely escaped your intermittent toilet ponderings.

Anne's a published author, freelance writer and experienced editor. She's just signed her second publishing contract this year with 2 separate publishing houses. You can hire her or see her available books in the side panel on the right.
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