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The Web Content Writer's Bible How to Earn Money and Start Your Career Writing Web Content

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Writing web content is not something that everyone can do, but it is something that good writers can make money doing. Whether you’re a new writer, have years of experience, or want a stay-at-home job that will allow you to make extra cash, writing web content could be your ideal solution.

Web Content Writing Facts
• Everything you read online was written by someone.
• Compa
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Kindle Edition, 86 pages
Published April 19th 2013
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Amanda Evans
May 10, 2013 Amanda Evans rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: anyone interested in writing web content
The Web Content Writer's Bible is a book that you can go through in a matter of hours. It is well written and covers everything you need to know about writing for the web. The book is broken down into sections which include writing as a hobby right the way through to creating a writing business. There is information on content mills, bidding websites and how to go about attracting the right clients. Whilst all this information can be found online, having all in the one place is great. No matter ...more
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