I’ve always been the type of student that you would be seen reading and writing all the time. I started by keeping diaries, but then I thought: why not add a kick to these diaries as well? This is how my first pieces of text came to life.
Nearing college, I replaced the casual diary book with a blog. I know, it beats the entire purpose of a “private journal” – but I learned that a journal does not necessarily have to be composed of whines and other useless rants. A journal needs to be something constructive; something that you could go back to and learn from, for future improvement.
And when I say “improvement,” I mean your job as well. Because nowadays, you can make lots of money by posting a piece of text on a blog – as long as it’s written correctly. The problem, however, is that not many people know how to do that – and they miss out on a lot of cash simply because of bad writing. A good text needs to be highly optimized so that it appears on the first page of the search engine.
This is exactly what I plan on doing with this blog: teaching you how to be a successful blogger. I learned a few tricks working as a freelancer – and I want to pass on my knowledge to you as well.