As part of my plan to grow as a writer, I recently signed up to Technorati which is a blogging platform and search engine that publishes content to millions of people every month. Topics include entertainment, sport, latest news, parenting and many more. I received the news this week that they have accepted me as a writer and today I posted my first blog, which now needs to be reviewed by the editorial team – so fingers crossed!
Writing for Technorati
When submitting content it should be something that hasn’t been posted anywhere else before (they like it first!). They also show the posts on Twitter, Facebook and Google News so you can be confident that you will be seen by many people. There really isn’t anything to lose.
To see if writing for Technorati is for you, you can visit their site www.technorati.com and after you’ve had a browse, select the menu option ‘Write for Technorati’. Advantages include getting the chance to develop yourself as an expert and also “helping you establish your online brand”. You can even put links to your sites that show your web presence as a freelance writer, as well as any other blogs and sites that are relevant to you.
This blog post forms part of my writing challenge. Don’t forget that you can subscribe to receive my daily blogs by email so that you don’t miss any. Just click ‘sign me up’ on the home page. Alternatively you can follow my blogs on Twitter or my ‘Tips and Luxuries‘ Facebook page. Requests for future blogs (punctuation/grammar/writing tips) are always welcome.
Please visit www.sandramadeira.com for more information on my services as a freelance writer.
My Tips and Luxuries website
(includes the introduction to my upcoming book ‘A Gift for Stressed and Busy Parents’)
Twitter: @madeirasandra and @tipsandluxuries
Technorati – www.technorati.com
- Note 161 – Your web presence as a freelance writer (mywritingnotebook.wordpress.com)