This ebook takes you step by step through the process of setting up your own freelance blog writer business.
Someday, I’d like to write an ebook about my freelancing exploits. But, until I make the time, I’ll be pointing interested readers toward resources from others. One of those great resources is The Freelance Blog Writer Side Hustle.
This is a book written by my good friend Kevin at Out Of Your Rut. He’s in the process of building a freelance blog writer business, and he’s got quite a few gigs. With his experience, he’s put together a primer on how you can get started in the world of writing for blogs on the side.
This Isn’t a “Get Rich Quick on the Internet” Thing
First of all, building your business as a freelance blog writer isn’t going to lead to quick riches. Indeed, staff writing for blogs comes with its own challenges. What I like about Kevin is that he’s very straightforward abou the realities of freelance blogging, as well as what you can actually expect to make.
The Freelance Blog Writer Side Hustle takes you, step by step, through the process of getting paid for your writing. You learn how to identify your best topics, and find a niche. You will also learn how to take advantage of the opportunities that come your way. Then, as you become more experienced, you can even raise your rates.
Overall, this book is a valuable resource for the beginning blogger. You can get your feet wet as a professional blogger, hone your skills, and eventually begin earning even more money down the road. There are a number of places to find writing gigs, and you can improve your income pay a couple hundred dollars a month after a few months (or maybe even less) of writing.
Eventually, you might even be able to make it a full-time job. Hey, it’s what I do. I’ve even embraced my identity as a professional blogger, since it’s my bread and butter.
If you want to earn a little extra money as a writer, blogs are a good place to get started, and The Freelance Blog Writer Side Hustle is a great resource to help you on your way.