Writing Site Review – BoostCTR

What is BoostCTR?

To be fair at the onset. I like BoostCTR very much and can’t really say much negative about it.  That said, let us begin.

Quoting their about page:

Boost increases advertiser profitability by using a combination of humans and software to drive increased ad relevance at scale. The Boost marketplace is comprised of over 1,000 expert copywriters and image optimizers who compete to provide a diverse array of perspectives. Boost’s proprietary software identifies opportunities for optimization and drives performance using a combination of workflow tools and algorithms.

The Company focuses on optimizing for enterprise advertisers and generates substantial improvements in conversions-per-impression for customers. Today, Boost is trusted to drive optimization and insights for over $300 million in advertising spend across networks and premium publisher sites such as Google, Microsoft+Yahoo Bing Ads and Facebook. Continue reading “Writing Site Review – BoostCTR”

Freelance Writing Gigs and The Job Scout

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I don’t believe in New Year’s resolutions but I do believe in setting goals, not specifically for the new year but in general.  I set them in a general to specific manner.  Relevant to this post my general goal is to be a writer, slightly more specific is to earn my living a writer.

In order for a goal to be achieved, I like to break it down into a series of specific achievable goals and tasks.  Two such tasks for writing are to network with other writers and to explore sites to write for and/or sites that post freelance writing jobs.  Another is to share my findings here. Continue reading “Freelance Writing Gigs and The Job Scout”