Announcing Well-Written Wednesday (Tips on Writing)

There is not one way to guarantee a respectable revenue from your blog.

There are two.

The editors at Great Marks Proofreading work primarily with successful blogs that have a high number of pageviews and sponsors. I have found that these blogs have become relatively successful in one of two ways. They either:
1. Have decent content, but market and network the heck out of it.
2. Have very well-written content and don’t network or SEO it at all.

The blogs that are really bringing in an excellent revenue have great content, great networking skills, and have “SEO’ed” their blog website.

You truly do not have to be a great writer to have a blog with a few decent sponsors. If you take the time to search for appropriate sponsors and network with them, your work will pay off. However, if you post well-written content, focus on networking, and SEO your blog, you will gain sponsors and readers at a much faster rate. Our Facebook page primarily focuses on marketing and SEO, but this post is to announce a new series to  help you improve the content of your posts.

Wednesday at Backspace to Bookbinding is now Well-Written Wednesday.

Every Wednesday, we’ll be referencing a post that (in the opinion of the editor) has been extremely well-written and we’ll detail the tips on writing that we can learn from the post. Our readers will be able to see samples of what it looks like to write a good post, as well as have a chance to submit their own well-written posts, and to network with other excellent writers. This Wednesday, we will feature a post by Beth Woolsey at Five Kids is a Lot of Kids. This heartfelt post is a great read that we know you’ll enjoy.


    • That’s the way a blog should be your rufege rather than your requirement, especially if your employment IS writing! Don’t apologize for following your heart. And thanks for the bump!

      • This is going to be great! I’m really excited to learn more about how to blog from other bloggers. I’d love to submit my blog as well!

  1. Would it be possible to talk about how to write a great review post or what should be a good rate for them?

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