Embarking into the freelance wilderness.
I'm tired of working a regular job, it's taking away from my initiatives to do bigger and better things. How can I start freelance writing make enough to pay my monthly bills ($750)? I can write about practically anything until there is nothing left to say about the subject, in the same vein - I can also be concise.
1. Set up several blogs on various niche subjects and write articles on regular basis. Add affiliate links to Amazon or Clickbank products, plus add Adsense to the blogs. You can earn via these and other channels. Or even create your own ebook or report or similar product.
2. Write ebooks and publish them on Amazon's Kindle Store. That's what I'm working on.
3. Learn copywriting skills. I recommend you take a look at www.awaionline.com . They offer a variety of home study courses. They are a well established and trusted company. I have been their member for a couple of years now and have purchased a couple of their products and they are excellent for any aspiring writer.
4. Sell your writing services on websites such as www.elance.com - you could offer to write articles, blog posts, webpage sales letters etc.
5. Open an online PLR store - write articles on niche subjects and sell packages.
Hope this helps a bit :-)
Affiliate marketing is all about strategy, I just got approved with my accounts the other day. I have a lot of networking to do, researching what I want to advertise and how I want to market my material. Eventually I would like to start advertising my own products (as you implied) or products of people I actually know. There is something unsettling about making money through random marketing of other people's products. It seems like 10 years ago the notion could have been considered criminal.
I will consider these suggestions, hopefully they will only lead me closer to liberation. Marvelous, thank you.
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