Compact doesn't make them insignificant, just concentrated, like rich coffee.
Vicki Warner is a virtual busker. Writing, editing, marketing and education make up several aspects of her business. Her website, WarnerWords, is her virtual office, school and shoppe, housing much of her work. Within WarnerWords you'll find a recently revamped blog called Words to Go. It's been a near overnight hit and is a great example of how spark-style blogging earns revenue for writers and videographers.
Words to Go drew more than 4K new visitors to WarnerWords in under a month and it's still gaining ground. Not bad at all for tiny posts that publish just once a week,written by a social networking minimalist.
No muss. No fuss. It's like the literary version of a coffee shop drive-thru. In fact, the header is an image of two of Vicki's local Starbucks’ staff, where she often meets up for coffee with friends and brain-storming with other writers.
Words to Go is a virtual example of spark-writing for spark-style reading. Not everyone has the luxury of time to linger. It's totally free, but her site visitors can easily leave her a tip via her virtual PayPal tip option. The difference in virtual journalists who write and earn tips as opposed to donations is, their tips are a voluntary gratuity for the service they provide.
Thankfully, PayPal and Bitcoin have also been an awesome alternatives that website guests are getting familiar with and utilizing more and more.
And, to show other writers that it doesn’t take a huge-whopping blog post, or even a massive-minute YouTube video for guests to enjoy it, Vicki’s Words to Go, is today’s awesome-sauce example of how easily it can be done. So, please check it out (just click here) if you want fun and interesting content to absorb in just a short bit of time, or even on the go.
If you've ever wanted to produce a blog because you love to write, or to enhance an existing business, spark-style blogging and vlogging is a great way to get started and earn some income for your efforts.
Celebrating milestones: Happy Dread-iversary!
Celebrating the dreadiversary of One of my fav vloggers, Kylene YOLOcks of YouTube, who’s also an awesome-sauce vocalist and musician, recently published an update about her dreadlocks journey.
She’s quite the comic and entertainer, so I hope you’ll watch, and give it a thumbs up if you like it.
☙ Pineapple Express via WarnerWords (Complete with a link to a kid-friendly pineapple beer recipe!)
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