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  1. Jonathan – I’m amazed at the actionable content you deliver over and over again. In this article alone you lay down the foundation for any writer starting their own business. I’ve never seen a blogger deliver this kind of content for free. Thanks.

    1. I wholeheartedly agree. Jonathan is one the best writers of our times. His feelings pour out in the words he writes and you can feel his genuine desire to help others. Keep up the great work, Jonathan!

  2. Jonathan, I heard this podcast before but now I am in that position when my back is slowly inching towards the wall. I’m glad that this stuck to my mind and so I would start doing this now. I believe this is more logical and long term and legal way than all the “EARN MONEY FROM HOME” etc. scheme I read in Facebook groups. I think those are crap especially when they say you don’t have to sell or do anything. If you know about those types of online opportunities, I would love to hear a podcast on them. I hope you and your family are doing better. I miss hearing your podcast.

  3. Hi Jonathan, discovered you through Amazon, when searching for some books on depression or something and they suggested your book “Serve No Master”. I really resonated with the title and clicked it. Eventually I ended up here!

    I am now following the steps you suggest in your getting started page. I want to break free from being broke and just write, create, share and explore the world. Thank you for your work 🙂

  4. This has been SO helpful to me Jonathan. The content is clearly explained, comprehensive and you’ve given me confidence that I can do this. Thank you so much 🙂 xx

  5. Hello Jonathan. I came across your book on Amazon and from the moment I started reading I just couldn’t put it down. Through your actionable instructions I have started my own blog, am listening to your podcast, and have subscribed to your email list. There is so much great information that publish that I have been wondering where I have been this entire time that I have been on the internet. Being a disabled veteran your book Serve No Master has opened up a new world to me! I am now little by little creating something that over time I know will be something I can be proud of. Thank you, Jonathan!!!

  6. Happy Holidays Jonathon! I sincerely hope this note finds you well. After discovering your Serve No Master website about 8 weeks ago, I have been following the plan outlined above. It has been an amazingly simple, yet highly effective approach to launching my career as a freelance author. Your common sense approach to every aspect of this website has made it an invaluable resource. Information is easy to find and even easier to digest and apply to any aspect of my growing business. I sincerely offer a humble ‘Thank You’ for all you do. Best wishes for a happy and prosperous 2018.

  7. Hey Jonathan.

    I have a few questions that I’m hoping you can answer.

    Are there more content mills? The ones listed on the blog are useful, but a lot of them aren’t taking on new writers.

    Do you have examples of the kind of work these content mills look for? I tried to sign up for Scripted, but I was rejected. Whoever reviewed my submission said that there were numerous grammatical errors. This was really confusing to me because I hold an MA in English Literature, I’ve taught courses, and I have worked as a writing tutor. I don’t know, maybe the person who reviewed by submission doesn’t know what an em-dash is. Anyways, some stylistic tips would be super useful.

    Thanks.

    1. Hi James! Great question. Another new site I’m hearing great things about is ContentPros.io. They and ClearVoice seem to be the best place right now. Each site has their own set of complicated rules, so it’s about finding what they want as far as style. Take your article and run it through Grammarly to see if you missed anything. I don’t write for mills anymore because I’m not nearly strict enough with my grammar. I focus more on stylistic choices. Apply to all of them and you’ll find one that fits you!

  8. I’m in the process of building my portfolio now. Very excited to start getting some writing work! One of the things I’ve noticed with PDF format is that when using some fonts or setting the text alignment as justified, the end result is a document that adds spaces within words or treats “tt” as a unique character. Not sure if anyone else has encountered this, but it’s something to consider when someone wants to run your documents through a spell checker.