Last July I wrote a post about how to reach your writing goals with Beeminder and Draft. What if you’re having a hard time reaching your word count goal though? Some days you may just be too busy to write, and other days, you may not be sure what to write about. This is particularly hard if you’re a freelance writer and currently not getting much writing work. Here are a few ideas for reaching your word count goals every day. [Read more…] about How to Reach Your Draft Word Count Goals Every Day
About two weeks ago I posted an article on my Facebook page from the AZ Central website that discussed how certain cities were asking people who work from home to be licensed. I then asked for others’ opinions on this. Though I got only two opinions, I wanted to share them with you, as well as share my views: [Read more…] about Should People Who Work From Home Need to Have a License? Two People Share Their Views
Hello everyone, I’m back! It’s been a rather long hiatus from writing, but I’m back and I’m going to start doing more with this site. Many of you have started following me on my Facebook page, and I appreciate that – I’ll certainly keep posting useful content as much as I can to it. In addition, I hope to start posting blog posts on a regular basis again, and I’m going to start turning some of my posts into videos and uploading them to my YouTube channel. When I do that, I’ll certainly post to the Facebook page and let you know!
Now, onto the blog post…
Previously I wrote blog posts about MailerLite and Draft. Draft has become one of my new favorite tools for drafting articles for clients as well as posts for my websites, and MailerLite has become my new favorite mailing list management website. This week I learned a few new things about both of these resources, and I wanted to share them with you. [Read more…] about More About MailerLite and Draft
For years I’ve been using MailChimp to send out my newsletters – I like it because it’s free up to 1,000 subscribers. Unfortunately, it does have some drawbacks – if I want to create an autoresponder message, I would have to upgrade my account to a paid account. Earlier this year, I tried out Aweber – they are not free, their service costs $19 but I was able to create autoresponders in addition to sending out email newsletters. Recently I found out about a third option, MailerLite. Like MailChimp, MailerLite is free up to the first 1000 subscribers, but they cost much less than MailChimp, and they provide autoresponders to everyone, even those who have free accounts. In this post, I’ll take a closer look at each service.