Tuesday, 1 September 2020

Write Articles 7 Different Ways For Easier, Faster, Better Results

There's no doubt about it, using the right keywords can yield better search engine results.

But finding the correct keywords takes time, and in the online world, time really is money, so the less time you spend searching for the best SEO keywords, the better it will be for you because then you can spend more time writing SEO articles.

But what if I told you that there's a way you can spend less time looking for the right keywords AND less time writing articles too? Would you be interested? Well, it's really easy, if you know how.

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Thursday, 2 July 2020

The Wrong Way to Earn Money Writing Online

If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll already know that years ago I had a really successful writing site called Writeaholics. Then someone wanted to buy it and offered me a lot of money. So I sold it to him and began another successful writing site, ruthiswriting.com.

Clearly the guy who bought my old site thought that he could make money from it without doing much work. But what he didn’t realise is that what he couldn’t buy was my mind and my ability to write and earn money.

Naturally, he ended up with nothing and for years now his site (my old site) has been off-line, while my site is still going strong.

What he didn’t see was the blindingly obvious fact of what it is that I do to earn more from my writing sites. And it’s so simple.

I write and publish my work online.

That’s it.

It really is that simple.

I just sit and write every day, because if I don’t, I won’t have a writing business.

And I enjoy writing.

The good news is that you can do it too.

If you want to run your own online writing business, you just need to keep writing and publishing.

Don’t do it the wrong way and think that if you create a website people will come to it and pay you money. Because they won’t, which is what the buyer of my old site found out in a very expensive way.

Writers write, and, it’s no coincidence that those who write more usually make more money than those who hardly ever write.

Click the link below to find out how you can start your own online writing business today.

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Tuesday, 30 June 2020

An automatic way to make yourself write more

One thing that always confused me is why, when I love to write, is it so damn hard to sit down and do it?

Some days I’m on fire and can’t wait to sit down and start writing. Yet other days, I mess around doing unnecessary chores just to avoid sitting down and writing. This went on for years until I figured out what to do about it.

So do you know how I overcame my reluctance to sitting down and writing?
Well, it’s three-fold.

  1. I have to actually sit down. No writing will get done unless I sit down. It’s no good waiting for motivation or inspiration to strike because that won’t happen until I start writing. So sitting down always has to be the first step no matter whether I feel like writing or not.
  2. Focus. I have to only think about writing and nothing else. I mustn’t surf online or waste time checking emails or staring outage window or wonder what to make for dinner later or think about a phone call I need to make.
  3. Cut out distractions. I have to make sure that I keep my focus by helping to cut out any distractions like hearing dogs barking or cars pulling up and wondering who it is. I also use audios like Brain Salon (https://ruthiswriting.com/links/brainsalondemo.html) to help keep my monkey-mind quiet and focused.

These are the three most important things that help me to write more and earn more.

I have to sit down, stay focused, and not get distracted.

Writing is a solitary occupation and not everyone can do it. Working from home always sounds so easy but it’s not. That’s why we all need to practice self-discipline and focus.

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Monday, 15 June 2020

Why It’s So Hard To Sit Down and Write

A few days ago I was talking to my daughter (who is also a writer) and we were discussing why it’s so hard to sit down and write.

At the same time we both agreed the once we do sit down and get into the ‘flow’ of writing, we could write forever and often lose track of time and sometimes we look up and wonder why it’s dark, and realise that we’ve been working for so long, and have been so focused that the sun went down and we didn’t even notice.

So why is it so difficult to sit down and write in the first place?

We realised, in our wisdom (and we are both oh so wise), that it’s because of the complete solitary nature of writing because it needs total and complete focus.

Whenever I’m doing other things, I don’t need the focus that I have to have when I’m writing.So when I’m doing other things, like gardening, cleaning, ironing, cooking sewing, etc, I can also do other things at the same time like daydream, listen to audios, watch TV or have a conversation with someone.

But when I’m writing, that’s ALL I can do which means kissing goodbye to everything else, because even a small distraction can throw off my concentration and I can lose my train of thought. This is what makes writing such an isolating profession which many people find too difficult, but it suits my personality because I’m happy in my own company.

Having said that, it’s still hard to actually sit down and start writing, which is when procrastination becomes a problem. I solve this by listening to audios that help me to focus.

I listen to the Brain Evolution System when I’m not writing because it calms my monkey-mind and helps me to think and to get more done.

I also listen to Brain Salon while I am writing, to block out other distracting noises and to help me to focus at the same time.

That’s what works for me (I’ve been using these audios for years) and they may help you too.Download free demos of both and see the difference it makes.

You may as well try it. It costs nothing to try, so you’ve got nothing to lose, and if it works for you, it can make the world of difference to how much more you can write.