I wrote a very long tips article in December, and lost it when my external HDD crashed. So before I give you any other tips, here's an extra tip to begin with: back up your work often. Note that you can also save your work in the Drafts folder here on Wizzley until it’s ready to be published.
I have more extra tips, but first let’s give Google an idea of what this article is about. So here’s a little about the ten tips I promised. Keyword phrases matter. So does Pinterest, a blog, and other social media. Wizzley writers can help you get more visibility, too. They can also teach you about things that work for them in terms of traffic and sales. Wizzley is one of them, and Jo tells you in her book how she made it work for her. Zazzle is another, and you can check Pam’s (Dustytoes) pages to see how she makes real money with it. I love Zazzle and am trying to make time for it. More about it below. Wizzley writers can also teach you things you’ll come to incorporate into your life away from the computer.
I enjoy writing on Wizzley. I’ve also sold some items through Amazon and Zazzle. Not much, but enough to show me that it can happen, and not only at Christmastime.
I’m also getting more and more visitors. At the time of my writing this, I’ve had 31,750 unique visitors since August 2, 2012, when I published my first article. Had I been more active (I wrote most of my articles in bursts, one of them when I got started, in August and September 2012, and the second between November 2013 and the first half of January 2014, because I was rather busy these past two years), I would have gotten, no doubt, more traffic. I also didn’t promote my articles enough through social media. More about all this below.
That said, here are some of my tips to make your time on Wizzley great in terms of personal development and financial rewards.