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How Does Online Writing Work?

With the ever-growing popularity of online journals, it’s time to ask: How does online writing work?

What does that mean?

Well, to put it simply, online writing is when you write for an audience (generally) online rather than in print. While the format can vary from blog posts or wikis to live-streamed presentations or video blogs, the general idea is the same – get some content published quickly and accurately before your audience gets bored of your content, they find a different blog to read, or the topic becomes outdated.

Often, this means you’ll have to determine the value of your product before you publish so that you know how much to charge for it. But it also means there’s less of a chance you’ll undervalue your product and get an unhappy customer. You want to make sure that when your audience values your content, they’ll value it highly. Otherwise, you’re wasting your time.

Here’s where things get a little more complicated. Once you have your product figured out, how do you go about marketing it?

Well, again, it depends. For example, if you’re trying to sell a physical product (like an ebook or a DVD), you might want to use traditional marketing methods such as TV ads or magazine spreads.

But if you’re trying to sell a service (like web hosting or SEO), you might want to look into different types of marketing, such as content marketing or guerrilla marketing.