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Multiple Streams of Income for Freelance Writers

As a freelance writer, do you ever think about adding another income stream? If you are like me, this is something that you are always looking into. Sure, freelance writing is my main gig and probably always will be. But that being said, there is nothing wrong with expanding into other areas that may be able to bring in some extra cash each month.

For many freelance writers, a natural addition is income through blogging. Although I do not earn a lot of money through this blog, it does help to pay some bills each month. To go along with this blog, I have several others which bring in extra money. Since I enjoy writing, I do not have any problems updating these blogs on a regular basis. And as you probably know, the more that you update the more traffic you will receive. From there, the only thing you have to do is decide how you are going to convert your traffic into profits.

As you probably know, I decided to start a freelance writing course last month. This was a great way for me to add another stream of income while also helping others. After a day or so I had sold out 10 slots at $100 each. While this is only an extra $1k per month, it is a good start. This was an easy addition for me because I enjoy teaching freelance writing and connecting with others who have similar interests.

By adding new income streams, you will find that you are earning more money than ever before. As a freelance writer, you should be able to find time for other money making activities such as blogging, etc. 

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