Wednesday, October 17, 2012

FQA from My Writing Team

Frequently Asked Questions from my Writing Team 1. What do I do? Go to my blog on the 1st of each month and make the blog part of your daily time online. Blog is at 2. What will I be asked to do? You will be asked to write about my clients as I mention in the blog in social media sources. If you have questions write me at 3. Who do I write about? On the 1st of any month, go to my blog. I will begin writing about a client that day and depending on my schedule, I will add other clients throughout the month. These are the clients you can choose from. The more clients you write about, the greater your chances for higher pay. 4. What do I write? Go to my Facebook page and my blog and take your cue from my words, but write yours. After all, you are a writer. I can’t add you as a FRIEND because I am over the limit, but SUBSCRIBE to my updates, and review my page daily. Go to my blog daily and review my writing. Bring your own style and don’t try to be perfect. Be respectful and let it rip. I will review your work regularly, especially at the end of each month. 5. Where do I write? You choose. Impress me. Use your judgment, creativity and discretion. Facebook, Twitter, Yelp and your blog come to mind. 6. How do I get paid? At the end of the month, you will email me and share with me the clients you wrote about and where I can find you posts. On the basis of your activity, I will determine tor value to the project and send you a money order in the first 10 days of the following month. The more clients you write about, the more likely you will make more money. This is not a get rich quick deal. We are writers. You want more money? Develop ideas like mine and run them up your own flagpole. The fact is if you are tenacious, have a good attitude and skill, you will make a few bucks with me. And as I see I can depend on you, more projects over time will come your way. This is a gig, not a job. 7. More questions? That is what I am here for---email me---I am the best communicator you will ever meet.

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