Hello Hello F22 crew!
Writing (or some people call it copy) is a HUGE industry that most people don’t even realize exists. Copywriters are constantly in high demand,and can be paid very well for their services. Sure, some people are natural writers and can bust out 1,000 words in no time at all, but even if you aren’t a natural Oscare Wilde, you can learn to make money on the side by writing! The best part is, being a writer you get to pick what you want to write about, and for what clients. So if you only want to write about dogs… you can do that! Here are some niches you can choose from that are the most likely to bring in money!
Income reports are a tricky subject. On one hand; I love to read them. They inspire me and allow me to root for my favorite bloggers/freelancers. I get to check in on them like an old friend and see how they’ve progressed since last month!
On the other hand; it’s really weird to be talking about how much money you make on the internet. I started Funding22 to act as a ‘behind the scenes’ sort of blog on how someone in the freelance culture spends their time. There are tons of blogs about blogging, and those are great! BUT there is so much more in the freelance game! Yes I make money blogging (For the first time this month!) But I also make money through a bunch of other efforts. So you don’t have to blog…hell you don’t even have to write anything.
So! That brings us to the third installment of Mar’s monthly income reports.
Are you struggling to drive traffic to your blog after spending hours upon hours creating content? Do you use all the right hashtags without little return? Are you using Pinterest to drive traffic to your site, or are you still just using Facebook and Twitter? Guess what, the secret is out. ‘