I recently became a stay at home mom. Is there any real money to be made in blogging and where do I begin? I have a blog that now has 5 posts and some Amazon affiliate links but it isn't fancy. I do not want to invest money in it before I know it can make money.
Im not going to webcam or show tits because my husband would not be happy
Im finishing up a phd from harvard but i was hoping i could even make like $100 a month on blogs or get a few free baby products to review
I see sites where stay at home moms talk like they get all sorts of perks from blogging
Heck i even see dogs with blogs and twitter accounts claiming to get paid
I figured its just a lie though, right?
I asked if you were camera shy because you can rate and review products on youtube and direct traffic to your blog. You can cook, offer parenting tips, etc. People want videos now, not just to read your blog. You need to partner with someone who is good with marketing and video editing to take your videos, make them watchable, post them to youtube, establish subscribers and eventually profit from them.
>Im finishing up a phd from harvard
>needs $100/mo or review copies
>can't research blog income
I just want some extra bucks and Im not in any biz related field. Very far from it. I will end up teaching college but it would be nice to get some free stuff for basically nothing
Most of the blogging tip sites are blogs trying to make money about blogging so... I would rather ask 4chan and make some time
You're an idiot- what she is saying, is correct.
You drill for oil before you build an oil rig.
If she can't make a dollar without pouring money in, then it's the WRONG business.
Where women fail in business is by being too safe- your average woman wouldn't bet half the company's free cash flow on something that had a 90% chance to pay back double-
I used to do online esol lessons through skype so I am not camera shy but I do not like the idea of being on youtube and having peers and potential colleagues possibly seeing those videos.
I would prefer to do something like online esol lessons but the company i was working for is pretty defunct now and since i have a little baby I cant have her crying in the background.
Ive been doing freelance editing but I mean I write fast, I like reviewing products so it seems like an easy was to do some guilt free shopping and get cool baby stuffz
But i guess it doesnt actually work
Never heard of that will look into it
I have been pretty imersed in school the past 6 years and i dont use social media or surf the web much except 4chan so its hard to know whats legit these days with so much junk out there
Also - i will say i consider myself very capable and I had a job lined up teaching assistant for an online course but while i was in labor some female went in and somehow convinced the male prof. to give her the job. It created a small little stink and was a super dick move.
But i am not super desperate for income bc i have a scholarship. Have looked into ESOL Companies in Taiwan but mostly scams and am waiting fr an interview with a teletech company but the baby has her own schedule. I would have paid for a babysitter had i been teaching an online course but I wont do that just to be a telemarketer.
I could probably be a great personal assistant to someone who only needed me in person two-four times a month
>Im not going to webcam or show tits because my husband would not be happy
>Im finishing up a phd from harvard but i was hoping i could even make like $100 a month on blogs or get a few free baby products to review
>Is doing PhD at Harvard
>Is dumb enough to think you can make money fucking blogging
>Asks/posts on 4chan
Yeah this seems legit. Is your PhD in women's studies by any chance?
1. Blogging is dead. Its incredibly difficult to build a blogging platform now that a.) Google Reader is dead b.) The walled gardens such as Twitter and Facebook make it hard to retain audience c.) Other than paid marketing, your only other distribution angle is SEO, which is work I don't recommend for a single mom.
2.) The easiest way is YouTube. With decent content, you could net $200-300 bucks a month (25k/75k views /mo)
Man facebook sucks. I used to follow some groups on there but I can't now because they want me to "verify" with a captcha just to VIEW PAGES!!! fuck that noise, I won't do what you tell me
if youre actually going to be a pharmacist make videos about pharmacy. Have a videos on a specific drug, explain the ADME of them, interactions... etc. Medfags go gaga for that stuff