That depends. You can usually set a few guidelines for how much you want to make (this assumes you already have a job and a steady source of income). If you’re making $50,000 a year and you have a job, I’d probably expect you to be working an 8-hour day. If you’re making $1,000 a day to $5,000 a day, I’d probably expect you to have a few extra nights per week. And you don’t have to pay rent, and you don’t have to work weekends if you don’t like to work weekends. That’s a nice deal if you have a nice job as a waiter. If you don’t, and you have to take a night bus to get where you need to be at, that’s a little bit of a handicap.
But if you want to be a freelance writer, and you make an extra $5,000 a year (and the minimum wage for the industry is $7.25), maybe you’re earning $250 a day just to be able to write from your bed. And if you have a really good work site, where I can set up freelance gigs and send out e-mail invites to people, that can get you to some pretty sweet places. You can make about $150 to $250 a day in the business, which can get you a nice car and a nice house. Not the most glamorous deal in the world, but not a deal I would turn down on a first date.
How do I get paid for all that?
Okay, so I said there are some limits. How much you can make in freelance blogging is largely up to how much money your sites can generate. This isn’t some huge black hole where you get paid for nothing. On some of the sites that I have listed on this blog, they can probably make you $30,000 a year. That’s a decent amount to be paying yourself. You can make more on a traditional job where you put in hours and get paid for it. But that’s a lot of work to put into one website, and it doesn’t make you much money. I’m working on a site where I pay $2 if anyone clicks on a link I send them, and if anyone clicks on that link, I get the following:
(This assumes there is no advertising.)
That’s a pretty decent amount of money for a site like this, but it’s a lot at
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