I am undoubtedly one of Wizzley's success stories. At the time of writing, I've penned the most articles of anyone here, I hold the most Editor's Choice Awards and - as far as I can ascertain - I was the first author to net $1000 in affiliate commission on Wizzley.
None of which is bad for someone very much making it up as she goes along.
I've learned my craft in writing for money on Wizzley. In nearly 650 articles, I've made some mistakes, but more often had lucky breaks based upon following my heart. All of that experience has held me in good stead, when I approach my bulging message center.
That's frequently full of newcomers lured by my gobby presence into believing that I can offer them advice. Fortunately for all concerned, I usually can. Even if only to direct them to the person who really knows their stuff.
But one question bubbles to the surface quite often. If I was starting out as a new writer on Wizzley, but with all that I know after my years tinkering with tactics here, how would I play it? What do I wish I'd done from the beginning? What strategy would I employ to turn writing on Wizzley into a livelihood without going insane into the bargain?
I can't promise sanity, as I've never learned the knack of it. Nevertheless, here's where I answer the question with a tactic for success as a Wizzley writer.