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Making Money Online by Writing

Updated on March 15, 2012

Making money online is not hard, it just takes a lot of hard work, and a lot of determination. There is no such thing as an easy job, and even if there was, there is a chance that the pay is low, or the hours make hard for a person to make money. Making money online is becoming highly popular, because writers can use their passion to make money blogging, writing on content mills or from writing at home about their every day lives. There are many reasons why the freelance business is continuously growing, and one of many is because people want to make their own income based on their hard work, their writing and not worry about not getting "enough" hours at work.

Making money by writing is not only popular, but very easy since so many writers take the time to learn what businesses or what websites pay the most, and how they can write to make the income that they want. For many, they find that they can make money blogging, writing on content mills such as this one or other places such as Triond, where there a writer can use their Adsense account as well, and get paid every single time someone reads their articles.

The freelance writing business is continuously growing as many people sign up to places such as Blogger, WordPress and even LiveJournal. These places allow individuals to post their thoughts online, and even sign up for companies such as Adsense and Chikita, so that they are able to make money whenever a person clicks on their blogs or posts. This is an easy way to make an extra $100, or even two or three, all depending on how popular the blogs are, or how many views it gets a month.

For other individuals, writing is simply a hobby. I should know, because it was my hobby as well, until I started to take it more seriously, and I started to get more attention through my blogs, and even other websites where I also write. Writing is an escape for me. A way for me to communicate with the outside world, and let them know what I'm up to, or for any person to communicate with me. Getting paid to write has never been easier, and it has never been a better business. How do I know? Because I get paid for my work daily, and even when I sleep.

Any individual can get paid to write. All that it takes is a bit of research, work, determination and most importantly time to do the work. The best way to attract more people to a certain blog, website, or content mill is to advertise as much as possible and to tell as many people as they can about their work.


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      5 years ago

      i am a expart writer and and freelancing expart i need a high profile job

    • passionate77 profile image


      6 years ago

      wow so helpful and easy to understand hub, nice and informative in a very easy way throwing the enough light on the basics of writing business. simply great!

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      7 years ago

      All very helpful tips in your article. Thanks for sharing. Voted up and useful. : )

    • Jessi10 profile imageAUTHOR

      Jessica Rangel 

      8 years ago from Lancaster, CA

      You're welcome. You can write about any topic, just research high paying keywords on that topic and fill your articles with information!

      Good luck!

    • preacherdon profile image


      8 years ago from Arkansas

      I am writing now more than I have in the past but not as much as I should. I also need to look at topics I know about that attract readers. Thanks for the info.


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