December 2010 Blog Carnival
Welcome to the December 1, 2010 edition of writing success blog carnival. We have a nice mix of articles about freelance writing, internet marketing, and other topics. Enjoy!
Sachin Gupta presents Predicting Site Traffic On A Yearly Basis posted at Welcome to SKG Technologies SEO Blog, saying, “Many in-house SEO teams are having trouble predicting their upcoming goals for traffic. Given the fact that traffic is the essential base for measurements in metric, it is important to be somewhat accurate when it comes time to predict how much traffic a website will receive in the upcoming year.”
Samantha Rhodes presents 10 Amazing Google Side Projects You?ve Never Heard Of posted at Online Engineering Degree, saying, “Internet searches are by no means where this technological giant leaves off. The article has gathered ten amazing Google side projects you’ve never heard of but should or will know very soon. Revolutionizing everything from your morning commute to evening television, pre and post Google might just be the way technology is referred to in the future.”
loomis1324 presents The Little Guide To Inspiration posted at Success Demands Action, saying, “We all have days when it seems no matter how hard we try, we can’t seem to get inspired. I know I’ve had those days, and I don’t doubt that you have as well. For anyone who needs a little push, or shove, who needs to be motivated, I offer this guide.”
Christina Crowe presents How Reading without Action Can Make Your Business Suffer posted at Cash Campfire, saying, “All too often I see this, and yet all too often I fall into the same trap. This article focuses on how action in addition to reading can help one’s writing career and business flourish. If you simply soak in information without taking action, you’re not making progress. This article talks about how to retain the information you learn in order to make improvements and create a successful, lucrative career.”
Lindsay presents Make Money Selling Other People’s Ebooks with the SmashWords Affiliate Program posted at The Irreverent Introvert, saying, “Teaches writers and book lovers how to make a few extra bucks promoting ebooks with the Smashwords affiliate program. Commissions are higher than on Amazon, and it’s a chance to support indie authors.”
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