Did that title get your attention?
I thought it might. Anything that says "make money" nabs me. And, it seems that everyone and his or her uncle is currently writing blogs and websites about making money online. There is a lot of great information about making money on the internet available to you.
Most of that, however, has to do with monetizing blogs, affiliate marketing programs, advertising and so far. All great stuff, to be sure.
But did you ever stop to think about what fuels all those blogs and websites?
Yep, you guessed it—writing. Or, as we like to call it these days on the internet, content.
Because, content is king, doncha know?
And anytime something is so important as to be called kingly, you can make money off it.
Don’t you just love that suddenly writing is so important again? Because if you are a writer and you love to write then the idea of doing it all day long and making money at it is just about the best thing you can think of.
And, luckily, that’s where I come in.
I’ve been freelancing in the print media for years. But over the last year, I’ve discovered a whole new world of writing for the internet, where the game is completely different and a lot more fun. I want to share the tips and tricks to internet freelancing that I’ve learned with you.
I have wanted to write an Ebook for a long time. And it shouldn’t be any big deal. After all, I routinely crank them out for assignments all the time. But, of course, it is way easier to write a book for someone else than yourself.
So, here’s my solution: I’m going to write the Ebook as a series of blog posts. You guys get the advantage of reading it as I’m writing it, and I’ll get the advantage of having you make comments and ask questions.
The plan is to post one or two (or, God help me, even three) segments of the book a week. Now, I know better than to promise to do something on a particular day, so you’ll just have to keep an eye out.
The price of this baby when I finish it and format it and fit it all together will probably be $37 to $47. So read it here first, and tell all your friends about it, too. You know everyone is desperate to learn about freelance writing online.
Or better yet, subscribe to my feed. I just added a cool Feedblitz widget so you can easily subscribe by email, which is the way I prefer to subscribe to other blogs. I’m having some issues with my RSS subscriber, but I’m getting those worked out. I hope.
Okay, I’m excited. If you any questions to get started, feel free to post ‘em any time. Look for the first installment later on this week.