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Equipment Necessary to Do Interviews

When recording an interview, there are several inexpensive and simple options. One option is to have a dedicated phone line or high-quality Internet phone service for making your calls. Get a VEC TRX-20 3.5MM Direct Connect Telephone Record Device (ADAPTER ONLY). It plugs into the handset and cord. It comes with a mini jack that…

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Do You Hate Writing? Here are 3 Fast Ways to Create Content with Interviews

There are three fast ways to create interviews. They are: The one-on-one phone interview The email interview The hybrid interview The one-on-one interview is a recorded phone call which can be audio or audio and video. You can ask questions based on a list you’ve created. Or, if something interesting comes up you could generate…

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If You Hate to Write, Here Are Some Alternatives

Yesterday I put together a post about book writing. Out of that were some interesting comments which I’d like to share with you. James Aschcroft said, “My friend just wrote a book by going to lunch with a friend and talking through the chapter points. He recorded the back and forth and got his content this…

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Do You Hate to Write?

I know this is a strange question to pose to writers, but some people hate it and would rather do something else. If you’re one of these people, this post (and the ones that will come after it, are for you). Depending on the subject matter (non-fiction), there are many things that you can do. A…

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Joint Ventures, One of the Best Ways to Make Money From Your Writing

Several years ago I bought an Internet marketing course. During the course I learned many things and, after studying for a while, I came upon the section on joint ventures. At the time, I’d written a book called, The Photoshop Companion, which gave some tutorials on how to use Photoshop and the various peripherals. Using…

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If You Plan to Publish Using Kindle…

…there are a few things you need to know. If you plan to use a template, to set up your layout in MS Word, it should go relatively smoothly, but if you copy text from another document, especially if that text contains bullets in the form of number or bullet points, you might have problems…

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Build Your Brand Fast By Helping People Online

This is a variation on the selfless giving theme. In this case, you consider your business concept and come up with several keywords. After that, you use your keywords to find forums, groups or live streaming opportunities which match your business concept. Next, you join the forums, groups or live streaming broadcasts. Next, you scan…

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The Best Way to Deal With Haters, Bullies, and Trolls

Let’s face it, once you start writing you’re going to attract haters, bullies, and trolls (some might say these words are interchangeable). Many of these angry people will fling abuse at you in one way or another in an attempt to get under your skin. They might accuse you of something you never did, bully…

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A Mentor Can Help You Succeed Faster Than You Ever Dreamed Possible

Years ago when I began writing, I took a course from Marty Waterman. In the beginning, Marty asked me to do a mind map. I did. Marty wanted me to write about many subjects, but my number one interest was computer graphics and photography, partly because I needed some programs and couldn’t afford to buy…

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