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Facing Adversity When Writing Online

By Edited May 11, 2014 2 4

 

Facing Adversity When Writing Online

Facing adversity when writing on line is something every writer will be required to do at some point in their career. Situations will arise soon enough that will require you to bend your ambitions and deal with these debilitating distractions.

Finding a solution to any detriment to your writing must be accomplished rapidly. This allows us to get back to what we're best at, writing. The message must go on. Getting our point into printed form is a long process. The only way to keep producing content is to avoid these distractions at all costs.

One of the most common problem,s and one that I personally have a problem with, is statistical monitoring time. Anyone who is writing online for a passive income is constantly trying to see how many clicks they had and how much income they've accumulated through the various ways they monetize their work.

Reducing this time consuming act to twice a day is the best I was able to accomplish and admit that sometimes I find myself breaking my own twice a day rule. The time I was wasting here was substantial and I noticed an immediate increase in production levels when I forced myself to abstain from continuously looking at stats.

Plagiarism is a large concern when submitting on line content. Everyone who writes on line will search their specific keywords to see how they rank. Once in a while, a link to work that has the same title as ours will come up.

Panic will set in when we investigate this link and find that it's an exact copy of our article, that has been brazenly pilfered and pasted into someone else's AdSense monetized site. The time involved in getting the culprit to remove your hard work from their gallery of stolen articles can deter from new work being produced during the time spent filling out forms and writing emails.

Spreading ourself too thin is another bad habit I had to break. I decided to prioritize my expended writing time and started to watch earnings closely across all channels. After a short time a pattern emerges showing which areas are becoming profitable. Concentrate your best efforts at these venues and produce the majority of your work within their pages.

Following the few little tips above can help you to become more productive in your writing endeavors. Never stop learning from your experience and your peers. Forums at article sites are a great place to hang out for more tips and I recommend the forum at InfoBarrel.

I'd also like to take this time to offer my personal invitation to join me at InfoBarrel getting paid to write about what you know. Join us in our forums and you are sure to obtain some very useful information from the thousands of members that are already earning with InfoBarrel. 

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Comments

Dec 2, 2010 5:48pm
footloose
Good tip on watching earnings across all channels, thanks!
Dec 2, 2010 5:56pm
dreamaker
Thanks for coming by. Always good to hear from a fellow writer.
Dec 3, 2010 4:44pm
JadeDragon
I waste way too much time checking earnings stats. In fact, I need to go check Adsense now!
Dec 3, 2010 4:54pm
dreamaker
I know the feeling I do the same thing when I should be writing. Thanks for coming by.
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