Back in gradeschool, I sucked at grammar. (I still do. Hehe).
Verbs. Adjectives. Pronouns. Nouns.
I wasn’t sure what the hell any of those were.
(Heck, I’m still not sure that I do, don’t tell anyone though, okay? I get enough hatemail from curmudgeonly critics without your help).
The good news is that, you don’t have to be the best writer to be a success with writing these days.
Sure. The grammar nazis will always rip you a new one.
But who cares?
More important, is that you can find a good end user demographic.
Take me for example.
My grammar is worse than yours. By far.
The structure of my content absolutely sucks.
But… I am relatively accomplished as a writer:
- I have thousands of email subscribers. (Thank you).
- I’ve published over 40 Kindle books. (And, a few people actually buy them!).
- I’m a level 2 ghostwriter on Fiverr, with a near-perfect 5-star rating. (Ask me for my profile, or just look me up, “koveras” if you don’t believe me lol).
- And no. I’m not trying to plug my services as a ghostwriter. I don’t do that anymore.
- I also have thousands of students enrolled in Udemy, which is really, just me reciting my *written* work.
Now… Did I just spend 10 minutes bragging? Yeah. Kinda.
The main idea, is that I suck at writing. And I’ve still accomplished all of this.
So… Imagine what you can do?
The secret, is to find an audience who actually likes you. If you can do that, you can get people to read your stuff.
Even if you found 2nd grade grammar to be a total mystery. Like me.
It’s a brand new course I just published. Like a few minutes ago.
AND, you’ll also get access to a massive list of websites that want to pay you for your content.
This list is *massive*, and yes, I do intend on keeping it updated for life.
So… Is this the last writing resource you’ll ever need? I’m not sure. Probably.
Talk later. Stay cool.
Mike “Grammatical Error” DeVincent