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Life is tough as a newbie. Nobody recognizes your expertise. Nobody listens to you. Nobody links to your website. People only want to listen to recognized experts. You need others to acknowledge your expertise before you start to earn money from it. 1 – Become Someone Who DOES Things Walk the Walk. Avoid the clichés. … Continue reading 4 Ever-So-Simple Ways to Go from Newbie to Expert
Affiliate marketing, promoting someone else’s products in order to earn a commission is a common way for bloggers to earn money. Few people earn a living selling affiliate products: It is possible to make a large amount of money this way but a few pre-requisites need to be in place. You need a large number … Continue reading Can You Make Serious Money Selling Affiliate Products?
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It’s a sad fact that artists never make money until they are dead. At least that was the case in pre-Internet days. The problem was to get the word out there about your work; it used to take decades for your reputation to spread. Has the Internet changed the financial fortunes of artists? In our … Continue reading 21 Ways to Make Money from Poetry and Avoid Destitution
Spring 2010 was a dark time for me. I was 57 years old and lost my job. This was Ireland after the crash of 2008 and I had enough nous to realize that an over-educated Englishman had zero chance of finding a paid job. My unemployment benefit was never going to pay my mortgage even, … Continue reading How the Internet Keeps the Roof over My Head