Girl on the Net (she/her) shares her perspective as an editor and why she doesn’t want anyone to offer to work for free – for her or anywhere else. There are benefits to both writers and editors when payment is exchanged for content.
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You don’t have to write a sex toy review to write about a sex toy. In fact, thinking creatively about how to share your experience (good or bad) with a product will not only help your readers, it may help you rank in search, too. Not sure what your options are? Girl on the Net (she/her) shares a few ideas!
Girl on the Net (she/her) gets a lot of questions on the smutlancing life. Those that she’s more likely to answer tend to all follow a similar pattern. It’s okay to reach out and ask for help (we encourage it!) but how you ask matters and what you ask will determine if you get an answer that’s helpful or not.
It’s not enough to use the “right” keywords in your content. You’ve got to know how to figure out which keywords are the ones that are more likely to help you rank well in Google. Girl on the Net (she/her) shares her tips, tricks, tools, and techniques for picking good keywords.
Ever look around at other smutlancers and wonder how you think you’ll ever be as good as them? You’re not alone. It’s not that you suck (you definitely don’t). It’s that imposter syndrome is trying to convince you that you’re no good. So let’s talk about that.
I’m an anonymous sex blogger, and I won’t bore on at you about the reasons why I made that decision. Chances are if you’re looking to this article for advice, you’ve made the same one. As is your absolute right, in my opinion. You get to choose how to label your work, and yourself. The only thing that should concern others is making sure they respect the choice you’ve made. But how do you go about keeping your sex blog anonymous? Here are two overarching tips that have served me well over the years. The technical: act like two separate...
So, you’ve got yourself a hot sex blog. You’re reaching a decent audience each month, and you’ve worked out roughly how much you should be charging to advertisers to get their shiny products and services in front of your hungry users. But so far you haven’t been inundated with emails offering you cash in exchange for your services. What gives? How do you market your sex blog to potential advertisers?