How do you survive or prosper,not starve, writing for money?
In 30 days before your cash runs out!
Unfortunately writing for money isn't something that is easy to do. It often takes a lot of time, effort, and even trial and error. A month isn't going to give you enough time to make a significant amount of time. To make money now rather than building up an income you can use sites like Rent-a-coder, Elance, and Guru to bid on jobs. You will need to bid low to get jobs quickly so that you can get the money coming in.
If you are wanting to make a living (at least if you live in a country where it costs a lot of money to live) and you don't want to work 24 hours a day 7 days a week you will have to build up a passive income on your writing which will take months or more. Some people work at it and never accomplish that goal.
Sorry to be the barer of bad news. Good Luck!
Get a regular job first. enough to put a roof over your head and food in your belly.
Then write how you did it.
by Elisabeth Sowerbutts 9 years ago
Help - some gratuitous advice is needed! Background: I'm 44, I have worked, at least part-time since I was 15, I went to uni, graduated and then either worked or travelled full-time for the next 20+ years. Last year we travelled from Mar-Sept Sept we got as far as Perth and decided to...
by John Hollywood 2 years ago
Do you count on the money (at least in part) to survive? If Hubpages decided to shut down, would it threaten your livelihood?
by healthmom 5 years ago
I'm exploring to this whole hub concept... is it really worth all the hassle and uncertainty of writing/working for yourself online or do you think it's better to just get a real brick-and-mortar job?
by my-success-guru 9 years ago
Who wants to begin?
by ngureco 7 years ago
If One Works Hard At A Job Everyone Can Do, You Can Not Prosper. Is Writing In That Category?I Was Told That By One Of You In Answer To A Question I Had Asked.
by THE NINJETTE 8 years ago
What would you spend your last $100 on?
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