To become a successful blogger, you need to learn how to make money blogging.
I’m not referringÂ to getting lots of blogging jobs and clients to write for. I’m talking about affiliate marketing, ad placements and selling products on your own blog. All these factors can help you generate income so you won’t have to write for other sites to earn money.
If you’re interested in doing this, read this post in Your Story, which breaks down the different ways on how you can make money as a blogger.
Now, just because you know how to make money on your own blog, doesn’t mean you should not find blogging jobs anymore. In fact, by acquiring the skills featured in the post above, you can land higher-paying jobs in the future!
- Athletes and Fitness, Health Bloggers for Fit Nation Mag (Freelance, $30/post)
- Writers and Editors for Triple Curve (Remote, $12/hour)
- Website Copywriter for LeadMachine (Freelance)
- Managing Editor for The American Folk Art Museum (Freelance, Remote)
- Junior Copywriter for digital media agency (Freelance, 30-35K)
- Contributing Editor for InsideHook (Part Time)
- Wikipedia Editor for medical organization (Freelance)
- Content-related word for HelpTeaching.com, preferably teachers (Part Time, Contract)
- Copywriter/Producer for Caribbean Broadcasting Network (Freelance, Temporary)
- Marketing Writer for Creative Circle (Freelance, Up to $20 DOE)
- Restaurant Criticism/Food Reporting (Freelance)
- News Writers for Clapway (Freelance, $10-$20 per article)
- Writer/Analyst for The Motley Fool (Freelance)
- Thoroughbred Horse Racing Writer (Remote, $20-$40 per article)
- Writer about Cleveland bar, restaurant, and nightlife scene for Thrillist Media Group (Freelance)
- Writer for The Witty Agent (Freelance)
- Editorial Intern for Domino.com (Paid, $12/hour)
- News Media Script Writer for Opposing Views Inc (Freelance, $15/hour)
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