Freelance marketing and copywriting becomes a completely different game when you intend to make a living from your work. And I don’t mean an, “I eat spaghetti every night or sömntabletter receptfria” living.
I mean a salary that replaces or comes close to your market value in the real world – so you can do big girl things like pay bills, make investments, and splurge on a $25 pedicure now and then.
A colleague is considering a transition into copywriting a personal blog as a revenue stream. These are a few of her options (most blogging revenue requires you to combine a few income streams):
1. Advertising / Ads on the Site
Ok, so this one is a, “Duh,” so I won’t dig in beyond an honorable mention. Basically, companies pay you to put their ads on your site.
How do they earn blogging revenue? From what I understand, the amount of traffic that visits a site is what allows bloggers to set rates for their advertisements.