How to Try to Not Suck
How was your Memorial Day? I hope you had a good rest so you could gear up for all those Demand articles pouring in.
Maybe it was your opportunity to get bubbled up?
How’s the salt mines down there in Demand? We’ve turned the comments back on and only censoring the a**hat ones, so feel free to leave your mark.
In other news, looks like Suite101 is still trying to recover from the Panda (or maybe trying to recover from the Penguin). I can say from personal […]
Has Demand Media studios been ripping off writers systematically on their offers for buyout of rights to written content on eHow or were the offers lowball? A friend of mine says he didn’t get what he bargained for, and Demand tells him to take a hike. They can produce no contract nor documentation. […]
Demand Studios contractors are beginning to freak out about the lack of titles and information coming from Demand. On the flip side, Demand is being pretty dickish about not putting out any kind of information at all about the dearth of titles. “We, as the freelance community of Demand Studios, demand that we be given real, precise and frequent updates as to the status and reasons behind the disappearance of titles from our lists and queues.” […]
Suggestions regarding how to make money writing online, using Demand Media Studios as your entry path to a writing career. […]
Demand Media sucks and some more tips on how to stick it to the man. […]
How not to be Willie Nelson
Thought this might come in handy, especially all of you who have been riding the DS crack dragon for a few years.
Like a good drug dealer, DS doesn’t take out the tax man’s cut before they hand you over the goods.
Come the end of the year, you might be into the Uncle for a few bucks.
In the olden days, you had to apply for an extension and all that other rigamarole. But you know what, this time, old US has his act together.
Go set yourself up an account with Uncle Sam’s online friend EFTPS!