Why do they make it so difficult? Damn, I feel like I’m going through 25 screens to make one stupid item link. I’d like to just punch in the ISBN #’s from the back of all the books I’m referencing, and then be able to get all the codes at once. We’re homeschoolers, we read and love a lot of books. I want to sell them through my kids history project blog and Amazon is making it so difficult. My next step is to try and do a wish list or a favorites list. I’ll bet that’s easier. Next time I have a spare 3 hours I’ll try it (don’t hold your breath, I haven’t had a spare 3 hours since…. childbirth) I tried using their textlink program but it was hard.
I’m trying to come to peace with the term “content mill.” It always sounds so negative. Mainly, I don’t care. The people who insult Demand Studios writers often don’t tell the whole story. They talk about the “pathetic pay” which, in my experience, is $40-$80 an hour. What’s so pathetic about that, considering I have […]
Roundup articles are a little like “freebies” for web content writers. Presumably you’ve been writing in the same niche for a while and have several articles about a few very precise topics. A roundup article is basically a compilation of all those articles, with links to several of them. An example of one of my […]
But not quite; Yesterday while I was spending 6 hrs at the hospital with G1 to discover that 1- it wasn’t medically wrong of me to “help” her abcessed tooth/gum thing drain out; and 2-my sterilization techniques were adequate and admirable and 3- my instincts were correct regarding the immediate need for frequent spitting and […]