Helium Publishing 360 no Longer Publishing Articles, Deadline to Claim Your Money and Articles

The Helium Publishing 360 sites have announced that: They are no longer publishing articles. The site is up for read-only purposes until December 15, 2014. You will want to claim your payments as soon as you can. You can still accrue money so you might meet the minimum threshold. And, Continue Reading

Money Management Goals

  I have already posted about my goals for 2014, but I also wanted to touch upon money management goals this week. Especially for beginner freelancers, money management can be difficult.   Many wonder if they should quit their day jobs to work full time, but it may be better Continue Reading

Still Consentrating on Fiction (Mostly), and Working the RS Channels

Fiction is my first love, as far as writing goes. I have been working on some story plots, and editing a short story, and starting another story. I have been very busy with these activities. I have also been adding artiles to my Revenue Share channels. I had pretty much Continue Reading

Save Money on Supplies for Your Business During the After Back-to-School Sales

    September is a great time of year for stocking up on the supplies that you need for your freelance business. Often, you will find deeply discounted items that you will need throughout the year. Stock up on enough to get you through to next September, and you will Continue Reading

Article Promotion Using Your Own Blogs

I own the Frugal Recipes: Spending Less to Eat Healthy blog, where I post articles, recipes and cooking tips for those looking to budget their food dollars. I also write three channels for Examiner.com. Bangor Easy Meals is one channel, and I write Bangor Frugal Living and Bangor Single Moms Continue Reading

Earning My Living

A freelance career takes a good five years to build. I say that I am on year three because of my actual start date, but it is really more like the end of year one due to medical issues and a needed surgery and recovery time. During my writing times, Continue Reading

Using Revenue Share Sites to Earn Money…

… But do not count on the money. Think of any revenue earned as extra cash once you get it. It is not likely that you will begin earning a livable wage from this type of venture right off, and you may not even be able to do so over Continue Reading

Trying Something New: GhostBloggers

I have decided to try something new. GhostBloggers.com allows you to write and sell blog posts through their platform. You have some of control over how much each blog post sells for, and you have a choice between writing requested posts or writing your own. I do believe you can Continue Reading

Freelancers Working for No Pay

While I generally believe that working for no pay is simply not the way to go, there are times when it can be helpful. I know, I know… freelancers who are starting out need all the income they can get. Why would they work for free? There are valid reasons Continue Reading

Get the Word out About You: Market with Articles

Article directories only pay a revenue share, in most cases, but they provide you with a way to market your business for free. The monetary rewards may become lucrative over time, but don’t expect much right off. Fill out the application (if there is one), put up your profile and Continue Reading