t my peak, I had a goal to write 10,000 words per day while using content mills. And although I didn’t make it on most occasions, there were days when I did. How difficult is it to crank out so much content on any given day?
I was asked recently if I had any advice, tips, or tricks that I can share that helped me build a career as a freelance writer. This was from a viewer on YouTube, and I’m sure I’ll make a video about it in the near future. But today, I’ll share things I did to get where I am today.
Ah, the trolls of the Internet. You know, I kind of feel bad for them, really. Nothing to do but waste time commenting on everything. Still, you can’t deny how trolling can cause someone to start second-guessing a blog post. They are effective, to say the least.
Although everyone wants to become a success, not everyone has a firm grasp of where to start. Depending on individual circumstances, it can seem overwhelming. So, how do you build onto your version of a successful life?
Everyone has different ways to write an article for their specific audience. And in reality, the only “correct” method is whatever works for those you’re trying to reach. With that being said, I’m going to go over my process to connect with my audience.