Writing articles was the way that I started my online business. I had very little idea of what I wanted to do and how I would be able to serve others on the internet, so I just started writing. After I learned how the articles were formatted and submitted I made it a point to write at least one new article every single day. In the beginning it seemed like a chore, but I continued to write more articles.
Over the first couple of months the entire process became much easier. I got into the habit of writing and began to find my voice as a writer. I soon realized that I wanted to help others to write and use technology on the internet. I came from a teaching background, so it was a natural transition to go from teaching in the classroom for twenty years to teaching people on the internet how to blog, write eBooks, and use technology to set up their own online businesses.
People began to find me online, and liked my teaching style. I answer every email myself, and teach in a very patient and detailed way. Soon I had a following of people who wanted to learn. Many had spent large amounts of money with others who were now too well known and busy to provide the help they needed. I found my niche for looking for what they wanted and needed but no one else was offering.
I now look forward to all of my online writing. Every day I write one or two articles, post to several blogs, prepare a study guide for an upcoming teleseminar, and write autoresponder and broadcast email messages. It all started with writing short articles to find my niche and help others to find me. I encourage you to do the same thing if you are trying to build an online business.
And now I invite you to join me for free weekly teleseminars that will teach you how to write, market, and sell your articles and ebook to increase your visibility, credibility and passive income by visiting http://www.EbookWritingandMarketingSecrets.com and also learn the technology needed to run an online business.