How to Make Money on Textbroker - Tips and Techniques for Writing

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How to Make Money on Textbroker
Tips and Techniques for Writing
Table of Contents
Introduction
The Art of Writing
Writing Meaningful Content
The Will to Write
What Is Expected Of A Good Content Writer?
How to Become a Good Content Writer
Comparing Textbroker with Other Content Writing Companies
Non-USA resident – try Odesk
Knowing More about Textbroker
Winning with a Well-Written Test Article
Headings
Instructional Information
Keeping Yourself Informed
Scan-able Information
How to Write Quality Articles
Catching The Reader’s Interest
Rereading and proper editing
Next Step
Do the Math
Conclusion
Author Bio
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Introduction
This book is going to give you an introduction on how to become a successful article and content writer on Textbroker. Unfortunately, writing for Textbroker is limited only to people based in the USA, due to taxation problems. I was a writer for eight months, there, so when I decided to change locations and careers, I decided to stay on with content writing.
This book is going to give you plenty of helpful tips and techniques, content writing profitably, what your clients are going to expect from you, and other useful information, including writing for websites.
A successful content writer is that responsible person who takes the undertaking of writing a newsletter, article, blog, website content, or develops content, with the specific goal of educating his readers or bloggers. His secondary goal is to drive traffic to the client’s website.
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About the author

John Davidson

Born and raised in Wyoming and Canada on Ranches. Studied at Utah State University and taught drafting at Bridgerland Applied Technology College for 20 years. Own and run several businesses, an architectural design business, a web design business and a Sawmill business. Married to Karla for over 30 years and have 4 great kids, living in Mendon, Utah.
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JD-Biz Corp Publishing
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Published on
May 15, 2013
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Pages
42
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ISBN
9781310464294
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / E-Commerce / Online Trading
Computers / Documentation & Technical Writing
Computers / Online Services
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 A Beginner’s Guide to Edible Fungi Mushrooms 
Table of Contents 
Introduction 
Knowing more about Mushrooms 
Mushrooms in Medicine 
Cultivated varieties Of Mushrooms 
Types of Popular Mushrooms in Cuisine 
Morels 
Chanterelles 
Cantharellus cibarius or trumpet mushrooms 
Black Trumpets 
Porcini 
Shitake or Golden oak mushrooms 
Oyster Mushrooms 
Enoki Mushrooms 
Portobello Mushrooms 
Truffles 
Hon- Shimeji- Beech Mushroom 
The Death Cap – Amanita phalloides 
Fly Agaric- Amanita muscaria 
How to Avoid the After Effects of Inedible Mushrooms 
Tips 
Precautions while Hunting Mushrooms in the Wild 
Cultivating Mushrooms in Your Home 
Conclusion 
Author Bio 
Publisher 

Introduction 

For millenniums, mankind has been looking towards nature to find easily available food supplements. While animals and birds provided him with protein, he also looked towards the plant kingdom to provide you with herbs, spices, and other edible means of food. Out of these mushrooms and all their varieties have been an integral part of his cuisine down the centuries, all over the world. 

In ancient China mushrooms were used in alternative medicine more than 3000 years ago. They are still used to cure a number of ailments, along with problems related to the nerves, mind and psyche. The mushrooms used here in minute quantities have psychoactive and psychedelic properties. That is why ancient medicine men normally gave them to patients, who believed that they had gone through a spiritual trance which was life defining. 

These psychedelic trance inducing mushrooms are now called shrooms and even though they are illegal in many parts of the world, they are eaten by people who want a “fix”. 

Edible mushrooms are called mushrooms, while the poisonous varieties were called toadstools. Only very experienced “mushroomists” know the difference between an edible variety and a poisonous variety. And this comes only with proper training from older experienced mushroom collectors.
A Beginner’s Guide to Healing Plants and Herbs 
Herbs in Your Kitchen that Heal

Table of Contents
Herbs in Your Kitchen and to Heal
Introduction
How to Make Herb Biscuits
Making Herb Butters
Green Butter
Making Natural Green Dye for Your Butters
Herb Waters for Perfumed Uses
Lavender Vinegar
Essential oils
Herbal Teas
List of Herbal Teas
Angelica
Coriander
Dandelion
Balm
Bergamot
Elderflower
Hyssop
Dill and Caraway seeds
Parsley
Marigold petals
Mint
Chamomile
Borage
Rue
Sage
Rosemary
Thyme
Anise
Lime flowers- Linden- – also known as Tilleul- teey- uhl.
Lime flowers Sirop
Tomato Cream Sauce
Traditional White Sauce – Béchamel
Conclusion
Appendix
How to make Rose Water
Rosewater through Steam Condensation
Conversion units.
Author Bio

Introduction
A keen young budding botanist once asked me, “Ma’am, how do we know the difference between herbs, shrubs and trees?” Well, the answer is that a majority of herbal plants are definitely soft stemmed and smaller in size when compared to shrubs which are woody and often branched. Herbs are annuals and sometimes perennials. Shrubs are perennials like trees. And trees are definitely different, because they have long woody trunks, which are branched, grow to huge heights, and live really long.

Herbs have been used since ancient times, for medicinal value, and also for cookery purposes. Shrubs are mainly ornamental plants, with their leaves and flowers being used as culinary accompaniments, and also for medicinal purposes. Herbs can be shrubs. Shrubs can be herbs.
Woody stemmed bushes like rosemary, thyme, lavender, winter savory, and Sage come in the herbal category. The serious use of plants in medicine is in the province of homeopathic practitioners and natural herbalists who employ most species of herbs from mosses to trees in making their herbal remedies.
This book is going to give you an introduction to some of the herbs, which are easy to grow and you can obtain easily fresh or dried.

How did people get to know about herbs in ancient times? The awareness of the edible as well as the remedial qualities of herbs must have been gained by happy and sad experiences in prehistoric days. When food was scarce and often very nasty, pungent herbs made it more palatable. The larger succulent leaves, and plants provided salads and vegetables as an accompaniment to hunted mastodons and other prehistoric beasties.
Soon, man found out that some of these herbs could cure and heal wounds and ease suffering, as even the tastiest culinary herb has a real medicinal value and virtue. This is how prehistoric man found out that Moss – sphagnum – was an excellent healer of wounds. Just imagine he went hunting and got into an argument with a sabertooth. And there he was with wounds all over his body, lying nose down on the mossy ground.
So he found himself clutching a handful of moss, squeezing it, and trying to stop the blood flow from the wounds. Hey, the Moss was so absorbent, that it stopped the wound from bleeding any more. So back he came back to his tribal camp with Moss sticking all over his body. After a week or so, he noticed that his wounds were healing really well.
Now, most of this was just by trial and error, and luck. His genetic makeup was strong, and his diet conducive to good natural healing. But that meant that the next time he went on the warpath with other tribes in the vicinity, he made sure that the healer had packed lots of sphagnum, along with food in a pouch for every warrior.
Early civilizations inherited this knowledge and developed it even further, and both doctors and cooks used herbs appreciatively and with increasing beneficial effects.
Doctors experimented with every kind of plant and cooks with the more deliciously flavored types.
Want to get started investing in the stock market, but aren't sure how to do so?

What are stocks?

What determines their market prices?

Why do they go up and down?

How can I beat the stock market?

What are mutual funds?

What are index funds?

What are Exchanged Traded Funds?

Even though the stock market is the heart of a country's wealth, and even though it enables everybody to be a part owner in the largest, most successful countries in the world, it's not taught in public schools.

But be warned: the mainstream press often misrepresents the stock market. They focus on making the news exciting and dramatic to sell copies.

Frankly, the best investing is boring investing. It's putting as much money as you can afford into many companies, and reinvesting dividends. And continuing to do so until you reach retirement age.

The best investing is not about trying to figure out what's going to happen in the economy or the markets tomorrow, next week, next month or next year.

Many financial writers try to make you think you have to work hard at investing. You must study stock charts every night. Read annual reports. Thoroughly analyze a company's financial statements. Read THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, BARRON'S, and MONEY MAGAZINE. Buy special software. Hang out in online investing forums.

Not so!

Don't waste your time. This book takes modern financial theory to its logical conclusion. You can get the maximum long term benefit by following its simple plan. No tedious math or economics theory needed.

It's simple to set up. Then you forget about it. Pay no attention to the financial news. Just focus on making the most money you can in your career or business, that's all.

And if you're starting small, we've got you covered too.

You'll learn the various kinds of stocks and the various ways to invest in them, including tax-deferred retirement accounts such as an IRA.

This work is shorter than Stock Investing for Dummies.

Warning: the investment world is full of people who think your money belongs to them.

From out and out scammer brokers, financial advisors, newsletter editors, and to the managers of actively traded mutual funds, if you're not careful you'll help everybody get rich except yourself.

Your government also wants your money, so this includes a chapter on the tax consequences of investing -- and how to minimize them.

Therefore, scroll up to download Stock Market Investing for Beginners and get started right away.

 
 Introduction to Internet Scams and Fraud - Credit Card Theft, Work-At-Home Scams and Lottery Scams 
Table of Contents 
Introduction to Internet Scams and Fraud 
Getting to Know More about Internet Scams/Identity Theft/Credit Card Theft and Internet Frauds 
Difference between Internet scams And Internet Fraud 
Tips and Techniques to Recognize Frauds and Scams 
Rule number one – giving personal information out 
Rule number two – identification documents 
How does Internet fraud work? 
Lottery Scams 
Victim of Lottery Fraud? 
Giving Money Away Free Scam 
Protecting yourself from Internet fraud 
Part 2 
Credit card thefts/work-at-home scams/banks and scammers 
Work from Home Frauds – Facebook Fortune 
Country Oriented Work-At-Home Scams 
How to Recognize a Work-At-Home Scam 
Anti Internet Fraud agencies 
Social media advertising – YouTube etc. Promoting Scams 
Work-at-home programs 
Tips for Working at Home Jobs 
How to Trap Internet tricksters Through Social Media? 
How Do Banks Encourage Frauds? 
How Can a Bank Help in Catching a Scammer? 
Banking Laissez-faire attitudes 
Strict Ways of Tackling Credit Card Frauds 
Banking Secrets Unfolded 
Bank Update Frauds 
Conclusion 
Author Bio 
Publisher 

Introduction to Internet Scams and Frauds 

With the Internet becoming such an integral part of all our lives, is it a surprise that we are more vulnerable to Internet scams and Internet fraud. So for all those people who want to know about the different ways in which a person can get scammed through Internet scams and Internet fraud, here is a complete information dossier telling you all about identity thefts, credit card thefts, Internet fraud and Internet scams. 

Along with this, you are going to know more about how fraudsters can gain access to your bank account, thanks to emails which you demand information from you under the garb of updating your banking details and information. 

Ignorance is not bliss. In such cases you have to be one step ahead of all the scamsters who benefit from a credulous public who believe that if banking and financial company officials have written to you about a serious matter, it is serious. They thrive on such threatening and scare tactics, telling you that your account is going to be limited within three days or some such ultimatum. 

Remember that no bank or any other institution which has anything to do with money is going to ask you for your details, by asking you to update them online. Anybody with a little bit of common sense knows that any information which is sent online either through mail or through tapping on supposedly secure websites can be easily accessed by any hacker with a little bit of experience and computer know how. 

So apart from showing you ways and means with which you can check these Internet scamsters and credit card identity thieves, this book is going to give you information on how you can protect yourself from future financial losses.
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