How To Monetize Your Writing Skills

How To Monetize Your Writing Skill

Be it your gift or not, as long as you understand English and can put it into writing, you can make money from it. How do you make extra money from home regardless of whether you have a Secondary School Certificate or a University Degree? Read this post to learn how to monetize your writing skills.

How To Monetize Your Writing Skills

1. Start a Blog

If you are a writer and you know you are good at it, then you probably need a blog. As a matter of fact, anybody can make money from blogging. If you derive passion from, and love, writing then you may need a blog to showcase and pour out yourself to the world so you can impart lives with your writing skills. The good thing about a blog is that even if you are not that good at first, it gives you the chance to get better.

2. Get Paid for Guest Blogging

Another fast way to make money in 2020 is to start getting paid to guest blog. Guest blogging is when you have your blog post on someone else’s blog. For example, FreelancerFAQs is a contributor blog. How do you find places that pay for guest blogging? There are many blogs that round-up sites that pay. You can search for that term in Google to help you get more ideas for guest blogging.

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3. Write as a Source of Side Income

Writing to make money as a side income is meant for you if you want to start making money immediately. The truth about blogging is, it takes some time before you can actually build your audience.

So the quickest way to make money from writing is by writing as a freelancer. Freelance writing simply means writing on a contract basis for many clients or companies as opposed to working as an employee for a single company.

4. Use a Job Board

Okay – job boards are places where content marketers and business owners post for writing jobs. While there are scams in job boards, just know that many ads are actually good quality ones.

The best job boards are ones that have new gigs every day. When pitching to job boards, you can make your pitch more personal by searching for the business that posted the ad.

5. Do Affiliate Marketing

If you don’t know what it is, affiliate marketing is a method where you promote a product, service or tool to your blog audience. You get a link to promote that product on your blog or on social media. If someone clicks on your special link – and buys – you get a commission.

If you follow these steps correctly, then you could be smiling wide to the Bank every week, simply by writing. Good luck!

Author: BF

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