The Skinny on Content Directories

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4 Responses

  1. Louise says:

    Excellent, very helpful. I stumbled across Helium and Associated Content this week and had wondered how lucrative writing for them could be. Clearly not especially considering the subjects you were writing about are commercial and useful.

  2. Dustin says:

    I’m sure they’re lucrative for Helium and Associated Content, though! 🙂

    Thanks for dropping by, Louise.

  3. Tom Colvin says:

    Dustin, it looks like you will have a particularly informative and provocative site for writers. I’m very impressed indeed with your credentials provided in the ABOUT tab. Also your site, especially as described under that tab, will obviously benefit from a world of experience you have gained at

    I will certainly be a regular reader. I particularly look forward to seeing the style you adopt for your software reviews.

  4. Dustin says:

    Thanks, Tom. I’ve written several reviews that will go up over the next month, but they’re more “product recommendations” than in-depth reviews. In fact, I was working on a longer review of Liquid Story Binder when you posted your First Look so I just wrote my piece and then linked to yours for a deeper look. That said, I am working on a couple of long tutorial series, and there will definitely be a multi-part series on working with Word 2007 in months to come (yeah, I’ve got posts planned through September — I wanted to be sure I had enoguh to make a go of this site). And I’ve just discovered something new that I’ll probably write up once I’ve worked with it for a month or two.

    Next week, I have a couple of recommendations and the first of what I’m calling my “arc” posts — a bunch of articles that don’t go together per se but which, taken together, make up one of the main “storylines” of the site, which is how writers can use the web to promote their work, connect with their audience, and improve their craft. See you then!