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By: Neville Growthead

Now that you have written your article, Its time to syndicate your work. Its possible that you could sell your writing, but there is so much competition from the east that you may just earn a few dollars.

Joining a freelance agency such as guru.com will prove to be beneficial in the future as you will get feedback and gain the confidence of buyers, your rates will only increase with time and good feedback.

Some people write for their own websites, and submit to directories for others to read and reuse themselves, this should always stipulate that the authors name is included, here you gain valuable exposure.

Some article sites will grade the articles and writers, so good fresh and well written will always look good, instead of poor writing skills and research from non English as a first language writers.

Try adding your article to websites that use human approval methods, this means that someone will read your work before its listed, if you have made a huge error or something is missing the best article site owners will let you know so that you can fix it, In fact some will edit minor errors for you and let you know. Use Google Trends to find the latest in search trends, research and write on these subjects, this will mean instant sales if selling your work or if not selling your work will be on many sites within days.

Keep on trying, keep on writing.

 

 

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