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I need a way to make money I like to read books I dont know if I could do someth

  1. hearttalker profile image32
    hearttalkerposted 7 years ago

    I need a way to make money I like to read books I dont know if I could do something with that or...

    what any ideas?

  2. fxdaddy profile image61
    fxdaddyposted 7 years ago

    You could start a blog where you review books or you could be a guest blogger and get paid to write about books that you read. 

    To make fast cash, I would surf the internet and look for blogs that post often on a topic that you like to read about. 

    If they don't have many book reviews, approach the owner and ask if they would be willing to pay you to write posts that review books on that topic. 

    Also look for blogging jobs on sites like problogger.net where you can get paid for writing. 

    This will give you some money now.  But if you want longer-term passive income, you should think about starting a blog at some point. 

    Hope that helps!

  3. minso profile image75
    minsoposted 7 years ago

    I normally build book review hubs about the books I read. Apply for Amazon affiliate program, write book reviews along with your recommendations and add the Amazon modules for the relevant book(s) in your hub. Good reviews bring good conversion.

    You can also use your own sites and blogs with book reviews/information and you can combine with diverse affiliate relationships related to books.

    You can also plan to write eBooks and sell on your sites when you are comfortable, as this involves more experience and skill in writing as well as marketing.

  4. wytegarillaz profile image75
    wytegarillazposted 7 years ago

    I have been earning $ everyweek from kooday , read my hub about it , then if you join buy keywords to link to your hubs and get more viewers to your hubs !

  5. glenn wallace profile image74
    glenn wallaceposted 7 years ago

    It'd be tougher to do than making your own book review blog, but you could also check to see if any publishing companies in your area have an opening for a reader. Larger publishers have people specifically to read manuscript submissions and make recommendations about whether to publish them or not - so you'd literally be reading new books for a living.

    FYI, if you're a publishing house and are looking for such a person, e-mail me, pleeeeease!