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Earn more money online – follow these blogging tips to increase earnings on social writing blog posts | #rubywriter #LiteracyBaseEarn more from your LiteracyBase posts | Kyla Matton Osborne (@Ruby3881) | (Collage of public domain images by Pixabay users Fotownetrza, Wild0ne, Unsplash, and geralt)

There have been times in the past when I was paid $5 per article for scheduled featured contributor assignments, and could earn anywhere from $20 or $40, all the way up to $100 for an assignment targeted towards my writing niche. Sadly, these days are no more.

Most sites today have a very narrow definition of quality content, and it often hinges not only on the quality of the writing but on the writer being some sort of celebrity or high-profile expert – in other words, the writing they’re prepared to pay for is targeted at people who don’t need the money.

And for the rest of us who are simply not popular enough to earn the big bucks for our writing anymore, there are the penny sites.

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Are Earnings Really Low on Literacy Base?

Things had gone downhill for web writers several years ago, but within the last couple years there was still hope for many of us to earn a decent amount of money on the penny sites. Many social writers had been earning $100, $150, or more a month just on one social writing site, when it was at its peak. But after that site faced the reality that it wasn’t earning enough revenues to pay as promised, it was next to impossible to earn a single dollar on that site in a month.

Some people have said that earns are too low on Literacy Base (or other paid to write and paid social media sites, for that matter.) The minimum cash-out here is $10, and many users wonder whether they can earn enough in a month to be paid. It’s a real concern these days, and it can be tough to migrate from site to site as older sites stop paying and new ones become popular. In some ways, we do have to learn all over again every time we start over on a new site.

So now many of us are starting over on Literacy Base, and some are finding the pay too low – especially the amount paid upfront when a post is published. Is this an accurate perception? And regardless of whether or not it is, what can we the writers do in order to earn more money on Literacy Base?

 

How Literacy Base Compensates Users for Posts

Literacy Base compensates users for their posts in several ways:

1. When a post is approved for publication, a small upfront payment is awarded. This can be up to maybe a nickel for posts that just meet the 300-word post length requirement, but three times more for posts of 1,000 words;

2. Approved comments that publish on our blog posts also help us to earn a few pennies each. As with the posts, length does seem to play a part in determining how much the comment will earn;

3. When we share a post across our social networks and ensure that our referral code is included in the URL, there is a bonus payment for each unique visitor we bring to the site to read our posts;

4. Some users have received up to 40 or 50 cents from the Literacy Base staff as a performance bonus. Some received the bonus simply for “hard work,” but others were awarded the bonus specifically for their published posts.

 

Earning More from Literacy Base Posts

Of course everyone would like to earn as much as possible for each post published. But how to increase the earnings per post? Writers can target three specific areas when writing a post: 1) the length of the post; 2) visual appeal, including images for the post; 3) the focus and organization of the post, and the ease with which it will be found by readers using a search engine.

Post Length

As stated above, longer posts pay better. Right now, the popular post length on many social writing sites is just 300 words – up from about 100 words on similar sites a year or two ago. But content sites had been recommending a target of 450-600 words for years, so the 100-word or even 300-word articles couldn’t compete with longer articles that offer more depth and breadth of information on the same topics.

In 2016, the recommended post length is considerably larger. One article I read advises writers to aim for no less than 700 words in a post, and ideally much higher. The good folks at Buffer say the ideal post length is whatever can be read in 7 minutes. That translates to a word count of 1,600 for the ideal post length.

If you have just been doing the bare minimum to get your posts published on Literacy Base, now you have two reasons to write a longer post! First because it will pay you twice or three times what you earn for a shorter post, and then because it’s more likely to get noticed by search engines.

Want an idea how long these more substantial posts are? This article is more than 1,200 words long. You’ve just read a little more than 800 words. Remember that when you’re publishing anything this long, whitespace is important to break up the text. Also use visual formatting cues like lists, headings and subheads, and boldface in your text to make it easier both to scan and to read. And don’t forget the images!

Images for Literacy Base

Support here at Literacy Base recommends an image 1,200 px x 600 px for your featured image. For other images in your posts, keep it to 750 px x 750 px.

Focus and Discoverability

When you write a longer post it’s really easy to ramble on, and to meander from one topic to another. Doing that will make your post harder for the reader to follow, and it will naturally result in having too few occurrences of the keywords you are wanting to target. Search engines won’t know how to classify the content, and will therefore downgrade it in search results.

Take the time to plan and outline your posts before you start writing. This will help you to stay focused, and will increase the chances that your targeted keywords and keyword phrases will come up naturally in your writing – and that’s what search engines want to see!

I’ve written more about how to narrow your topic and compose a tightly focused post. If you need help writing a post around a single, well narrowed topic, please check out the linked advice.

 

Ready to Join Literacy Base?

I hope that reading the information above will convince you that it’s easy to earn a little extra money posting and interacting on Literacy Base. If you’re already a member, get out there and get active! Leave comments, reply to mentions and comments on your posts. Start forum discussions, share links across your social media. Do anything that will increase your visibility and draw more people to your content.

If you are not already a member of Literacy Base, I’d love you to join! Please sign up and then look for me on the site. If you drop me a quick message to say you’ve arrived, I’ll be thrilled to friend you so I can keep up with all your news. I can’t wait to chat with you on Literacy Base!





    1. This is a really helpful post and you have clearly shown the readers how a lengthy post should be – neat, organized, with proper sub-titles, to the mark and not straying away from the topic.

      • Thanks so much, @swalia. I actually pasted this post in without formatting, and I think I may have forgotten to add one of the links when I was seeing to that. I’ve been pasting with formatting for a little while, but like some others I found that the result didn’t look as attractive. As always, I am hoping for the higher ranks to open up more editing options!

    2. Great post Kyla!
      Everyone should read this and understand better about Litearcybase.
      I had referred to my Facebook friends about this site but they said thsi site pays really low.
      They couldn’t accept the cents, they wanted more.
      I said that as long as you leave longer comments, you earn more.

      Initially, I couldn’t accept either. But gradually, I understand the concept. \
      Now, I am totally hooked to this site

      • @peachpurple It does seem as if the earnings are very low, but most sites pay nothing upfront at all! If you earn a nickel, a dime, or even up to 20 cents for a longer post, this is just the upfront bonus. you will also earn for comments and for the visitors and signups that result from you sharing your link. This is why it’s so important to add the referral code to the links!

        I think when our friends start to see us cashing out on LiteracyBase, they will begin to think twice about joining 🙂

    3. This is a great article. I agree, everyone should read this. Even if, you are a writer for other sites. I have notice that in general long articles do much better.

      • Yes, long write-ups may sound better if they are written well. If the writer is a good one, there is no question about what he has written. But in writing a lengthy post is more likely to be copied from other sources. The write is safe when his works are not discovered that it is a plagiarized one.

      • @brendamarieakaladynightwave I think we’re going to see a trend towards much longer posts on all kinds of sites. People accessing the web on mobile devices tend to prefer scrolling to clicking through to another page, so longer is the in thing now.

        A decade or more ago, it was all about eliminating scrolling, LOL! When people were new to the web we were even being told many didn’t know they COULD scroll. So if we had information that went beyond one screen length, they might miss it!

    4. Personally, I am very suspicious of those lengthy post which a member is submitting. The way the paragraph is developed. The coherence of the thought or subject to the entire post. He is too clever to come up with such a long article by resorting to a copy-paste to the point of copying it from others.

      This would be, I think, a factor of making this site join with those sites who have suffered the fraudulent and scamming job of those members.

      • @nakitakona13 I’m not sure why you would think that post length has anything to do with plagiarism. I have seen very long posts on other sites that were plagiarized, but it was even more common to see shorter and medium length posts that were copied – including copied from other members on the very same site!

        Plagiarism has never been a question of post length. It is a matter of people wanting to be paid for work they didn’t do. Some of the very worst perpetrators, unfortunately, have been non-English speakers from developing countries where $1 USD is a good bit of money. When people are desperate, they will cheat in order to earn. But that is stopped in its tracks here, because each post is checked for plagiarism before it publishes.

      • No matter how smart you are, as soon as you get pregnant without marriage and at such tender age, you have sold your personality. You will be the talk of the town and people will look at you with scorn. Some funny boys and girls will give you names, which will keep you uncomfortable. Have you ever seen a girl who had a baby while in school? What do people say about her? What about her parents and other family members? Do they feel happy or ashamed of her? It is usually the girls who face the challenges of unwanted pregnancy. The boys will lure and decieve you into it, and you will drop from school, face various trauma and the child will be called names before he grows up and request an explanation from the mother to him/her who her father is. The boy with whom you performed the act will disown you and swear that he was not responsible for that. If you mention the name of some boys, they will give you severe beaten, call you prostitude and remind you of other boys who partook in the sexual act before pregnancy occurred. To avoid these unhealthy experince, you should abtain from any act that will lead to sexual act and consequent unwanted pregnancy. Abstinence is 100% effective if fully practiced. It does not allow the introduction of chemicals in your womb as contraceptive. It costs nothing. It prevents one from contracting HIV/AIDS/STI. It prevents abortion and the consequences. It prevent one from having a baby at a time it is not necessary. Learn to wait until marriage.

    5. I have been thinking of making all my blog posts longer like this. Thank you for such an insightful article.

      • Longer posts seem to be the trend for the coming years. Each year, the top posts on Google are apparently getting even longer! If we want to compete, we need to produce longer texts too.

        • But, what I personally feel is that it is not the length but the content with minimum basics that makes a post more impressive.
          I have seen some sites where the posts will be of 500 words in length with all the paraphernalia maintained in exact proportions. The images and videos will be of good standard and most of them found to be of the writers’ own. There are some sites that insist on 500 words along with photos in a slideshow. They pay about $50-$100 depending upon the length and the content.
          Already the writers are losing their interest in writing for the sites. If the length is insisted I think the number may still go down. Anyhow let us hope for the best and expect a good content in a decent length.

    6. I think that for now the sharing and commenting will do for me. I am quite satisfied with that.

    7. It has been hard for writers to earn huge but of course anything that can help add up a little something on our bank accounts is a blessing. Hope that there were more opportunities, though

      • @Jentleheart I think like anything, there is an issue of supply and demand to be considered with web writing. Sites, and more specifically, advertisers, want our content in order for them to be commercially successful. So the more of us who are willing to pump out that content for pennies, the lower the pay will get.

        If we as a community chose to focus on quality of content, SEO, etc. we could conceivably set the stage for a change that would result in better profits for the businesses, and better pay for us too. It just takes people focusing on the right things, but that’s a challenge in and of itself.

    8. I did not know the professional writers are hardly to earn per article now. Though it is a sad news for the professional writers, glad that there are other sites that help to compensate the losses, at least a bit.

      Besides the reasons you mentioned above, another reason that can actually help us to earn faster is there is no daily limit here! You can earn as much as you like. You can submit 10 posts if you want, you can write as many forum comments as you wish too. Of course, while sharing to the social media sites, there are no limits for us to gain from the referring visitors and signups as well. Without all these limits, one can easily earn up to a dollar or more a day. Well, this is not a big amount, but this is actually not that low too.

      I used to think reading lengthy post might make the reader lose interest, but I think it really depends on the topic and how we present our post. Like yours, I didn’t find it boring at all and I wanted to keep reading.

      Thank you for sharing all the useful information. By the way, I think you can also add your referral link to LiteracyBase in your post, so when the readers find it useful, they will happily be your referrals. 🙂

      • @kaka135 The internet and content syndication have both contributed to the decline of quality content in the media. I know of many writers who used to earn a decent living writing for the newspapers, and who now are either out of work or having to adapt to getting paid far less for the same work.

        Some have even given up on freelancing for the publications they used to write for, because the publications were insisting on contracts demanded conditions that were outrageous. It is very sad.

        Yes, my article was meat to have a referral link in it. I pasted my content into the submit form as plain text in order to avoid formatting issues. Not sure whether I forgot to re-add the link, or whether it somehow got swallowed up.

    9. I just wrote a long comment, but it disappeared now! The captcha thingy always gives me such a hard time.

      In any case, this is a great analysis of the site, great tips and very encouraging. I am starting from the bottom again after making a good living with freelancing, and I can you, it is heart-wrenching to see pennies barely moving anywhere near the mark.

      I also remember reading somewhere, some time ago that an article should be around 300-400 words max, to keep the readers’s attention. Lengthy and long articles they will loose interest unless it is a how-to in steps!

    10. I am glad I found this post. I am a total newbie here and I was very curious as to how much can be earned and how long blogs should be. While I do other freelance writing that is my main stream of income, I think this will be a great place to break up the monotony of writing what other people want so that I can write what I am feeling or interested in myself instead. Hopefully, I can also earn some extra money in the process. Thanks for answering many of my questions! 🙂

      • @s-stephens I think social writing is a great way for newbies to learn about web writing, for veteran writers to take a break and connect with other writers, and even sometimes to increase a writer’s exposure to boost a project like setting up a blog or launching a book.

        It can be fun to relax with a community. It breaks up the isolation of freelance writing. I’m glad to have connected with you here 🙂

    11. Thank you for this post. It really helped a lot.

    12. Seems like the earnings are very low for such a high quality article.

      • Not really, they have increased the pay rates here. You may give them a try. All you need is to post some quality content along with quantity. Actually they are done good part to have this policy as it gives best user experience. Since most search engines and users are looking for something that actually resolves their problems or make them learn something useful or interesting. If they end up on the post which does not provide much quality then they are more likely to leave or get bad impression.

      • Yes, as @umerfarooq mentioned, the rates have increased quite a bit since this was published.

    13. The recommended word count for Hubpages is 1500 words.
      However, it allows us to keep on adding text capsule, so that we can break the writing into a week or so to make up a very lengthy blog post.

    14. Nice Post . thank you very much

    15. cely said on May 28, 2016

      Very informative post. I agree with you that there are many sites now that are paying so low.

      • @lovern There are other ways to earn money with our writing (e-books, work for hire, monetizing our own blogs through direct sales of ad space and services, etc.) Most of these options are really only open to writers who have excellent grammar and who can find a market among speakers of their native language.

        It’s tough to find less time-consuming ways to earn with writing now, so I think a lot of writers are choosing to branch out into graphic design, the sale of templates and printables, small writing services (e.g. resumes) and so on.

        Regardless, many still do earn on sites like LiteracyBase. And they can be a wonderful place to both network and hone our skills 😀

    16. cely said on June 3, 2016

      This is a very lengthy post,but full of good things to know about what we desire in an online business this time.

    17. Just joined in. This was really helpful to me. A good informative article.

    18. Your post is a true testimony to your facts. Now since literacybase is paying then how do they manage without adsense

      • @stbrians My hope is that the site owners had a good plan in place when they launched the site – and that they had some funding to cover the expenses until the site would start to turn a profit! I think perhaps if given the choice between no ads at all and annoying ads that will never pay much at all, we are better that they’ve chosen to remove ads like InfoLink.

        I also suspect that the admin may be wanting to improve site stats before applying for AdSense. It’s better to be well established before joining AdSense, as it seems startup writing sites can be vulnerable to appearances of wrongdoing (as happened with Persona Paper.) It’s really hard to appeal or overturn a decision from AdSense, so maybe it’s best to grow a site before putting it on….

    19. Very nice posts, well said and many will get benefits from your blog.

    20. Your post is very helpful to the newbie in Litracybase. After all i have joined in this company before some couple of days and search for a post that can be easily and clearly define the working procedure that i can easily make some handsome amount with my writing.

    21. Thanks for sharing your thoughts about this. Well, it is hard to say what makes a “good” post. Things can get viral so long as people find something interesting or funny and that can be categorized as good. I guess it is really hard to determine how to earn big bucks on writing platforms like this because we don’t know the algorithm behind it.

      • @cessy08 The potential to make “big bucks” is rather limited on most writing sites today. Even if your post went viral, the only way that would earn you more money on LB would be if all the traffic came from a link that you shared.

        You can learn to improve your earnings, though. And many of the good writing strategies that work here will also help you earn money on your own monetized blogs, or on work for hire sites.

    22. Excellent post. Just finished reading it and I am impressed. I do not think I will have problems writing long posts as I enjoy researching subjects in details. Thank you.

    23. I think this is the best I have ever read here. Thank you for posting such a wonderful a article.

    24. @kyla. Yeah I’m glad also to be a member here. Please post more tips that will help me to get more from this forum. Thanks!!

    25. Alright thanks. I look forward to seeing the post soon.

    26. You have convinced my to join. You know I’m pretty hesitant to write on third party sites anymore, but I just may give this a try. Your post has spelled out the answers to many questions I had about the site.

    27. Hi Kyla!
      This is a very informative post. I’ve always wanted to write lengthy articles and comments but I really sucks. I hope that this will improve by being active here at Literacy base

    28. Thank you for the post Kyla! I just joined Literacybase and has helped to understand better how to use this site and make money. Excited to be here..

    29. Very interesting post! I have learn something from you! Now i have to think of a quality writings i should post on the site! Keep on writing articles which is benefial for everybody in search for greener pasture. God bless you always and more power.

    30. You shared very usful imformation with us.Its almost 1 year i am just visiting on different websites and than in leave those site because i heard that these site dont pay the money.i started watching youtube videos about earning site and i failed to find useful website.Finally i joined this site and today is second day.I dont have writing skills but i am very enjoying here,so many talanted people are here and i feel i am improving my writing skills

    31. It is very hard to find best online sites.Its almost 5 years time i am visiting different website for online work. Unfortunately i didnt find any useful website tel now.This site looks interesting .i am satisfied with another site which is called grab points,and after that this site look interesting overthought i am new to this so i will understand better as much time i wil spend here.

    32. I think LB offered so many ways to earn here. I am also hoping that writers will flock here. Life is happier to have more virtual friends in LB. We can share ideas and learn something from them too. The good news, we can able to earn some extra cash here.

    33. You say right there are many sites on internet that claim to earn on the site but they pay little for the post as hub pages, Instagram process is very tough for the beginners he cannot in the beginning until some guides him.

      I have worked with google adsense is nice but its account possession is very very hard. Adsense account earning rests on the visitors who click ads and google pays you anon and send you money after one month but getting google account is very difficult.

      I think literacy base is better than other sites because on this site you are paid something on doing something. I think LB is better for earning.

    34. Wow. This is really a nice post. I really learnt more of what I didn’t know about literacybase.com. Yes, their payment is low but is better they state what they can pay. Am so happy to come across this post as I really have learnt how to make faster money though is really gonna be difficult to achieve a log of this in a short time but I hope I do really buckle up my shoes and move ahead. Like I have always said am going to make it big with literacybase.com and I hope it improves my writing to such an extent that I will be a very good writer. What I really don’t know to do is how I can share my referral link so that people can go through my referral link and read the post. I just pray God helps me in every of my step in literacy base, I am happy am a member and I very much hope I will share my testimonies to all of you out there.

    35. Yes a rated post must have a beginning, a middle and an end. These are the three pillars of a long and rated post. First of think, what to write and make a sketch in you mind how to compile your scattered ideas on the paper in an organized way.

      In the rated post words must be functional no decorated and bombastic because the image concept us cleared by functional words not by sugar coated words as most of the writes use in their writing.

      use argument in the article to make strong your point of view and quote references in favor of your article so that the readers could understand easily what you want to say.

    36. A good and detailed post about Literacy Base. I have been thinking of writing to a site which is somewhat encouraging and innovative in its approach. Of course writing to other sites is not a new . I want something anew. Somebody on myLot has advised me and suggested me this site.
      I hestitated a lot to join the site because already I have seen some sites which are totally money oriented without any nich or outlook.
      After searching thoroughly I decided to go ahead with the site and registered here. In the beginning there was some problem in understanding the site.

      You have explained the things correctly. The formatting is very important to write a blog. This is the elementary principle of blogging. It consists of

      a. A good title
      b. Introduction
      c. Body
      d. Conclusion
      Besides this a good pictures appropriate to the content and videos developed on your own also contribute a lot to make it readable and rouse enthusiasm in the readers.

      Sharing the content with other social blogging sites should never be neglected.

      Thanks once again you discussed some encouraging points in the blog.

    37. There are many ways to make money online but for this you must be full ideas, emotions and feeling so that they could impress the readers while reading. New ideas help making money on line.

      If someone apply these tricks he may make money online easily on internet on any site as hubblog, google adsense or Lbas Many people hear about thousands who have learned how to make money online and want to know how they managed to do so. It is no wonder that you want to know as well, because who would not want to be working from home in whatever climate they enjoyed at wil? While there are many scams out there that claim you can make money online, there are some true ways to make money online if you have the will, determination, and a strong work ethic.

      There is no easy effortless way to make money online, but there are ways you can start working from home and enjoy a
      comfortable side income, or even more depending on your time frame.

      The idea of making money online is attractive to many, primarily because of the benefits it offers. Two main incentives are motivational factors here: The lucrative potential of the internet as well as the personal freedom that comes with working without a fixed schedule or geographic location. One doesn’t need to suffer through monotonous day jobs which offer poor returns for the time invested. Even if you’re not looking to work full-time at home, the internet offers a viable source of money which can help to supplement your regular income.

    38. Darkness usually came early upon our compound. And when it came, it cast long, dark shadows over only thatched roof, there reason was that our only neighbours for many miles were that tall, leafy palms, raffia and iroko trees that towered above our house like great green giants, in their height and number they formed a high fence that shut off day light as soon as the sun began it’s slow journey to the western skies. In the rainy season the early darkness also brought very ugly sounds along with it: the croaking of frogs and toads, the chirping of insects and the baying of goats returning to the homestead after a day of grazing in the field.
      These noises did not make our compound a very cheeful place in the evening.

    39. On this particular evening my younger sister was playing in the wet sand with her friends. As I went past them to bring in the last of the fire-wood, I noticed how little she cared about the mud and dirty around her. Nnenna is the most care-free child I know in our village. I brought in the last bits of wood and put them inside mamma’s kitchen. I then came out into the compound and waited for the goats to come home. It was strange that not even the heavy rain had driven them home this evening. I hoped that no one had stolen them. While i waited, i tried to think about the best time during the evening to tell my father about my school fees.

    40. I had still not found a solution to this problem when engine, my elder brother’s mate from the next village, rushed into our compound like someone pursued by a mad dog. Onye ara the mad man who wandered around our village in tattered loin clothes asking for food and money, was in the neighbourhood. Enyibe whispered into my ears.
      You must take your sister away quickly and the two of you should hide in the house and lock the door, enyibe suggested.
      But i cannot do that ….i began.
      Why? He interrupted me.
      Because i have to make sure that all the goats come home. Then close the barn door, i answered.

    41. Then take your little sister inside the house! He shouted! And lock her In the goats? I asked him. What are you going to do then? He was quieter now. Are you going to follow me? My father is at home. He can look after all of us.
      I thank you, Enyibe. But I don’t think I should leave our house, i think we shall just pray that onye ara does not find his way when he approaches our house, i told Enyibe.
      I thinkyou are being foolish. You know he will not lose his way. Onye ara knows this villages as well as we know the road to the river. Enyibe was whispering again. Probably because my own voice was quite calm and not loud. Enyibe, i cannot leave our goats and go into hiding with your sister.

    42. So young girls answer of unfamiliar men. Some say with them in isolated places. As soon as a man invites you to stay in onely place with him, find your out because the likely thought that will come in is to have sexual relationship with you. Which may result to unwanted pregnancy. Teenage ptegnancy occurs bellow 18 years of age. Several factors are responsible for this. It include when girls and girls and boys reach puberty at an early age, marriage and change in societal values e.g. when they are not guided and less emphasis placed on remaining a virgin until marriage. Some factors fuel teenage pregnancy and they include desire for acceptance, need for affection, curosity, influence of mass media, poverty, greed, and keeping bad friends.

    43. Some young boys and girls spend they precious time reading about how to have sex. Watching pornographic films at home, at cyber cafe and through magazine. The thought of such arousing films and reading texts is usually devastating arousal enchances looking for sex partner. Some people therefore go for any body around to satify the urge.on the other hand. Some wicked men and women both young anf old exhibit such films and magazines when they are with unsuspecting young girls who may be a victim. As soon as you concede to watching such blue porngraphic films/pictures you can hardly resist falling victim to sexual act. Your power of negotiation in that circustances will be very weak because you are already trapped.

    44. People desperately need to be loved by someone who is important to them. This is especially true of young people. Just knowing that a person of opposite sex finds you attractive generates a warm wonderful feeling. When a boy and a girl are attracted to each other and begin spending time together, the excitement builds. The discover how pleasurable it is to touch and cares each other. This stirs up their passions. Before long they are drawn toward sexual intercourse, and they begin to think, if we really love each other, what’s wrong with having sex? There are many reasons why you should not engage in sex before marriage, they add up to one thing: what gain by sex before marriage is not worth what you lose by it. What do you gain? A brief thrill. Perhaps some momentary pleasure. But what you lose by sex before marriage can effect your entire life. Let us see what you lose by it. It ruin your chances of knowing real love; keeps you from ever knowing God’s best; hurts your self-esteem; can shatter your life, can result in big problems; may fool you into marrying the wrong person with its attendanc long range agony and regrets can ruin your marriage life. Can leave you with life long; guilt in big disappointment; is hazardous.

    45. This is indeed quite in depth, analytical and directional for newbies like me.
      In reality making earnings from paid to post sites is not as lucrative as before. But we still have to acknowledge literacy base because they still have regards for writers.
      So many people have the handi-craft skill and artistic skill, but no forum to express it.
      I feel writers should be encouraged with forums like this.

    46. Re ally a very nice useful article for all newcomers. Thanks alot. We have had sufficient information about Literacy Base and about all that we,the newbies should do. The views shared by members are worthreading as they contain guidelines for us with a lot of encouragement which is of great importance for all of us. Thank you my friends. Let us not be disappointed. Let us work a bit harder to earn more and more.

    47. u gat my approval

    48. yes, its nice, you can go ahead

    49. Interesting info about this site. I am building some momentum and hope it continues. Enjoy!

    50. Interesting info about this site. I am building some momentum and hope it continues. I didn’t realize this was you. I know you from Mylot and one other site I don’t recall the name. Gone now.

    51. I applaud you on the structure of this post. It was so easy to read through and it really made me reconsider writing posts with longer and more elaborate content (I average 450-550 words for now.) Your post really put into perspective how LB helps its content creators and gives a chance to everyone no matter their writing level. (However, the more text, the better!)

      • I agree so easy to read and well guided post, that is worth keeping for referral and post as the guide lines here, appreciate your post aand hlep there mate

    52. I agree there are site that pys less, but for me im new here and not sure about the site until now, so i HOpe it work well for me and make good money in literacybase

    53. Wow I love to write but I think I would really struggle to get to 1600 words about any topic. I am going to try to aim more for the 500+ word mark to start with.

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