Making Money with Online Writing
This is actually possible.Â I can make a living writing in a way that I love to write.Â I donâ€™t have to write about subjects that hold no interest for me.Â I donâ€™t have to scramble my brain trying to fill in blanks for some unknown site.Â It is possible to write what I love and get paid.
That being said, Iâ€™m not getting rich.Â There are people on the internet that are making thousands of dollars a day with their blogs, but I havenâ€™t broken into that segment.Â As a matter of fact, I havenâ€™t even figured out how to make dollar one on my blog.
How am I making money writing what I love?Â Iâ€™m glad you asked.Â I have been persistent.Â I started by working for sites that paid me only pennies to do posts on different forums.Â The posts I made were relevant and well written (spell checked and grammar checked).
From there, some of the forum hosts have asked me to write for their blogs.Â From there, I began to visit sites that have blog jobs posted (problogger.net is one that doesnâ€™t charge you).Â Always I made sure that what I produced was the best it could be â€“ spell check and grammar check once more.
Now the people that I have worked for are sending me to other potential employers with glowing references.Â My opportunities are expanding each week, and I am in a position where I can say no because of the money or because of the subject.Â Itâ€™s a great feeling to be writing â€“ and getting paid.
[…] She hasn’t made any money at all with her blog, The Peculiar Club, but Kathryn Lang is pounding away at it and Making Money with Online Writing. Read her post to see how and learn how you can do it too. […]