With the huge demand for content online, it’s easy for bloggers to get hired. That’s not a problem.
What IS a problem is getting paid well for what you do.
As I say on this page:
If you’re looking for writing gigs, you’ll have seen that many businesses advertise for bloggers. Unfortunately, the businesses which advertise are all doing so because they’re looking for cheap content.
You can do much better.
You can find clients who don’t advertise, but who pay well for blogging. Did you know that experienced professional bloggers charge their clients a minimum of $1000 per month, per blog? Consider that if a blogger’s working for 20 clients, that’s $20,000 a month.
You can blog for businesses too, if you’re prepared.
In 2004, I was writing for a series of blogs, and made a great income. My fees, per blog, started at $1,500 per month.
If you’ve been blogging for a pittance — $5 a post — please realize that there is a world of businesses out there which are willing to pay you much more.
However, you need to know HOW to find those businesses, and how to get them to hire you.
Blogging Ace is a brand new guide which helps new and established bloggers to find clients who pay well.
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