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A-Z Blog Challenge:Day 23:Writing For Dollars from Home





In Day 23 of the A-Z Blog Challenge, I like to share with you a


‘funded approach’ to affiliate marketing.


When you first begin your affiliate marketing journey, you may be short on cash.


However, if you have writing skills and are willing to do some research, you can


begin to earn some money on the side as a writer.




Here are some sites that pay you cash for posting your articles on their sites.


This is a website that pays you based on a revenue-share model.


You are paid based on the number of views you have received on your articles.


So the more you write and the more catchy your headlines, the higher the chances


of your articles being read.


You can earn anywhere between $1 to as much as $16 per day from your articles.


And the best part of this is that the earnings are passive.


So in addition to writing articles to drive traffic to your website,


you can write a series of articles related to your affiliate product and earn


some pocket change in the side.


For instance, if you are promoting a ‘make money product’ online,


you can write articles on niche selection, keyword research,


ways to make money online and direct them to your affiliate product for more information.


If you are interested to make money from this approach, you can view more information


from this blog post by a fellow blogger who started earning money from writing.


This website is more stringent in its selection now. You need to apply as a writer and


provide three samples of your writing and your application will be screened before


they accept you. Once you are accepted as a writer in eHow, you can be assured of a steady


stream of work. They will pay more if you come up with the titles yourself.


On the writer’s dashboard, you will be able to find a selection of titles that needs to be written.


You will be paid upon article acceptance. and


These two websites are similar to Infobarrel  which has a revenue share model.


You are paid based on the ad revenue that your articles generate from your ‘lens’


or hubs on a particular niche topic.


In addition, you earn affiliate revenue on products that you recommend on your lens or hub.


So if you can write a hub/lens a day, you will have 365 ‘silent cash machines’ working for you


every day of the year. If you like to learn more about making money through  Hubpages, you can

read more about this Blogger’s experiment here

==>Make Money with HubPages


For those who are interested in writing for other people’s blogs, you can sign up for


an account with this website. Blog owners will post topics and subjects that they need written


and the amount they are willing to pay for it. So if you can write an article a day and earn between


$20 to $50 per blog post, you can earn a decent income upwards of $1,000 a month from home.


If you are hard working and can generate 2 articles a day, you can earn a decent side income of $3,000


or more. For more sites where bloggers are needed, you can view the Job postings.


This is a unique website that pays you for writing about products and services.


You can select from the products and services that needs to be reviewed and


write a post about 200 to 500 words giving your feedback on the product/service or


website. There are some web masters who can pay upwards of $500 for a short review of their




For a real compilation of the sources where your articles will be accepted and the rates


you can earn, check out this eBook directory which list all the writing jobs that are


looking for writers. This is a paid website but is well worth every penny that you invest .


It list not only jobs by blogs looking for writers, but also list down the various offline publications


that are looking for writers. An ideal work -at-home gig you can start from home with little to no



Check out real writing jobs directory here

No matter which portal you choose to write for first, the first step to success is to …




Take action for a tomorrow that is different from you Todays!





About A-Z Blogging Challenge.

In the month of April, I commit to posting a regular blog for my readers to help them with their affiliate marketing business. To find out more about the A-Z Challenge, click here

I am half way through my new eBook on Business planning. Check out more details below.

Here’s an initial mock-up of the book cover, give me some comments on this.


Just leave me some comments in the comment box below.

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May 1, 2013

Do you Trust that ‘Little Voice’ In your Head?




Don’t we sometimes have that ‘little voice’ in our head that tells us otherwise?

Well, sometimes that ‘little voice’ is good such as hinting to you that a particualr person whom youhave met just gives you the creeps and turns out that he was involved in the latest scam.

Other times, that ‘little voice’ in our head can get in our way.

Do you have that sometimes procrastinate on a project and that ‘little voice’ in your head tells you that ” I can start tomorrow. It’s still early. I have plenty of time.”
Before long, you realize that the project is due in another 48 hours.

I am also guilty of this sometimes. Everytime I want to start working out and keeping fit, the ‘fat voice’ tells me ” Oh, it’s raining outside. You can do it tomorrow, tomorrow and tomorrow. Until 20 pounds later, I realized it’s now or never and decided to pay a persona; trainer to keep me disciplined.

How many times have you wanted to create your own product but your ‘little voice’ seems to get in the way asking

“Who am I to create this product?”

” I do not have any particular expertise to share with others.”

“How do I start to create a product when I do not not know where to start?” etc. etc. etc…

Well, one thing that can silenced that ‘little voice’ in your head is by taking action.

#1: Being taking action by doing a small part everyday at the same time.

#2: Create a product launch pad.I create an outline of the product that I want to create first before I start on my research. That eway, it gives me a guide as to how to create that product and serves as a launch pad for my project.

#3: Create a checklist. You can track your progress easily and seek help when you need it.

Hope these few tips can help you to get started with your own projects till completion.

P.S: If you are looking for a exact blueprint as to how to create an info-product fast, check out this link by an ex-college drop-out who managed to create an info-product in less than 3 hours and has made him thousands online.
You can grab view this webinar at no cost for a limited time only.

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