The Ramblings of a Somewhat Unstable Mind

Reality

 

(Re-Al-itty)

If you don’t know the difference between reality and fantasy, between really good and really crappy, then a writer and their writing belong in the latter of the two…

 

 

1)  What happens when a writer realizes that they can make more money writing one small, daily blog post over writing 4 or 5 articles at an article mill.

2)  The opposite of what most bloggers live in while talking about their blogs or writing them.

 

 

FOLLOW ALONG OR JOIN IN AND MAKE SUGGESTIONS FOR THIS DAILY FEATURE!  A FAKE, BLOG-RELATED WORD OR ACRONYM, THE ONLY RULES BEING THEY MUST NOT EXIST ON THE MAJOR  SPELL CHECKERS OR WEBSTER`S DICTIONARY.

ENTER YOUR SUGGESTIONS AS COMMENTS ON ANY RECENT (WITHIN 2 DAYS OF PRESENT DATE) “WORD OF THE DAY” FEATURE.  PLEASE GIVE THE PHONETICS (PHONE-ETT-ICKS) AND ONE OR TWO DEFINITIONS, AS WELL AS A LINK TO YOUR BLOG (WHICH WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE POST FEATURING YOUR SUGGESTION).  FUNNY SUGGESTIONS ENCOURAGED, BUT NO PROFANITY, PLEASE!

 
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Comments on: "Word of the Day: July 15, 2012" (6)

  1. Definition #2 makes me laugh. Ah, reality! As for #1, are you speaking about your own experience. I hope you’re making money as I type this :)

    • Actually, yes, i am making more money on this WP blog and the Hubs than i am at Helium and Yahoo! on revenue share (combined!)… but, i do make a lot more money selling to publishers at CC and editing for a major law firm (litigators).

      Thanks for the visit, Christy!

  2. Julie Catherine said:

    They say multiple income streams are the way to go … says she, who makes zero dollars … lol :)

  3. Julie Catherine said:

    Marc, I don’t think I even get 100 page views most days, lol …. here’s a little blogging ditty for you ….

    There was a blog born in Blogtucket
    Thought the money would pour in a bucket
    But nobody came
    They thought it was lame
    So he finally said, “Oh, just MUCKIT”!!
    :D

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