Here's an excerpt from the Editorial:
Let me start by saying that there's never ever been a better time to be a writer. If you want to write for the web, you can.
Within a month, working only a couple of hours a day, you should be making at least $100 a day just from your writing. If you're not doing that, you either don't know how to write, or you're just being lazy.
I created Sell Your Writing Online NOW (SYWON) web writing training to get people started in writing for the web. There's a lot to learn.
This means that your writing efforts must be combined with building your web writing education. Keep learning. You don't have to know how to set up a website, how to upload files to a server, or how to set up a sales page when you start out… BUT everything you learn gives you the ability to increase your income.
Think of yourself as an apprentice carpenter, if you will. When you start out writing for the web, the only tools you have are a hammer and some nails… as you keep learning, you can buy other tools. Before you know it, you have a full tool box and you're a master carpenter.
Big tip: you don't need to know anything other than how to string sentences into paragraphs to get started writing for the web, so PLEASE don't let your lack of technical expertise cripple you. Knowing how to write when you start is enough, but as I said, the more you know, the better.
Read the rest on Tuesday in Fab Freelance Writing Ezine. Each issue consists of around 16 pages, in PDF format, packed with writing tips.