There is one element that is always decisive.
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The store across the street was out of my favorite green tea yesterday. So right now I’m sitting at my workstation drinking from a small plastic bottle of my second choice: green tea with ginseng and honey. Not bad. It will have to do.
A content writer must produce content. No problem there. The problem comes in with how much content.
Now I don’t know about you but I am not what you would call a prolific writer. If I think too deeply for too long smoke comes out of my ears and the smoke detector goes off.
Now you know why I’m a writer and not a comedian.
But seriously folks. The question of production for a content writer is a serious one. When I write too much the quality of my work drops off. But I can see that if I am serious about reaching my goal of making $2.00 a day from my Triond content before I die I had better turn out more than one piece of content a day.
What’s an Old Soldier suppose to do?
You got me by the gonads. This is where I can put to good use the fact that I am a bachelor with no children and that I’m retired. My time is my own. Many of you reading this have far more responsibilities than I do which means you have a lot less free time than I do.
I feel your pain.
But it is clear to me that if I am going to reach my goal of $2.00 a day I am going to have to average at least two publications every day and the quality had better be good, too.
Here is a flash fiction story that you may enjoy: The Death Of Karaoke.