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So you’re writing articles on a site like HubPages.com or eHow.com and you’d like to expose them to as many readers as possible. Well unless you’re doing some serious marketing the chances of one of your stories being viewed will probably be next to nil. So if you want to really earn money writing articles and placing them on sites like HubPages.com and not just write for the sake of it then you need to promote. Don't just write and leave everything to those sites like HubPages.com or eHow.com to promote. They won't and you won't get viewed. You need to do things that will make sure your published materials will land on the eyes of the multitudes of cyber readers.
There are many ways to market your articles. Many writers know that leaving comments on fellow writer’s sites is one sure way to get views. By leaving your pen name it’s an automatic promotion of your portfolio. You can try the social bookmaking sites, which promote those pieces one by one as they are written. Try showcasing all your pieces on one website, one you create specifically to...read more
Have you ever sat down to write something and nothing came to mind? Now we're not talking about creating a masterpiece or some thesis on thermodynamics; it could be any sort of writing. You just sit there and stare blankly at a plain empty space where you know content of some nature should be staring back at you. Content that you're supposed to be creating since after all you're a writer.
But alas, it doesn't happen. Sound familiar? At some point in a writer's life they've experienced this phenomenon when they can't think of absolutely anything to write. You'll notice this happens generally when you're on a deadline.
Welcome to WRITER'S BLOCK!!!! Writer's block is the patron demon of the blank page.
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