Everyone always talks about the importance of diversification. How do you do it?
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I like that you start with fun. I enjoy writing, but I really quickly get burnt out on the social media aspect of online writing. Right now, I write and sell a lot of articles, which doesn't require promotion on my part.
Interesting. So far, my eggs are pretty much all in one basket (selling articles on Constant Content). It pays really well, and I don't have to personally worry about traffic, but I know it's dangerous to depend too much on one venue.
I know that - eventually - I'm going to start a niche blog. But Webanswers, Zujava, Hubpages...I'm not sure that I could handle writing in so many places.
I also write articles. I only write for one place, though - Constant Content. Have you ever written for them? In my opinion, they are - by far - the best-paying and most professional content site.
Hello, luckywriter. Yeah, I also write for CC. What I liked about them is that you get to price your articles. I have sold several articles I had easily written in an hour or less for $40 or more. What I don't like about them is their editing process
I know that a lot of people complain about CC's editing process. But I figure that if it weren't for their (sometimes ridiculously) high standards, then there's no way we'd be able to price an article for $40!
Interesting idea! Thanks! I guess part of the issue is time in vs money out. My long-term goal is 150 dollars per day. So far I'm doing well with content writing, but I want to add to my passive income.