🌠Delightfully superb ways of being paid for your content?

Ever wake up one morning and think to yourself:

“Jeepers self, if only I could earn money from all of the superb excellent content I create!”

You’re definitely NOT alone. So so so so NOT alone.

The good news is that creating content that people will pay you for really isn’t rocket science … at all.

And that’s why you’ll enjoy the following article (and be sure to return here when done so you can benefit from the rest of the resources I found for you)


There, you’ll discover not 1, not 2 but 6(!) ways of being paid for your content, including:

“Freelance writing
Freelance writing is one of the most common ways to get paid for the content you create. In fact, there are more than 57 million freelancers in the US alone.

Here’s how it works:

You agree on terms with your client. A client gives you a brief. You create the content. Then you get paid.

That’s an oversimplification and there’s a bit more to it – but not as much as you might think.

While other revenue generation strategies may be more profitable in the long run, freelancing is a good option because you get paid pretty quick. Especially if you bill clients upfront….”


“… Affiliate marketing
Affiliate marketing is another common way to get paid for the content you create.

You promote a product/service within your content and drive traffic to a landing page. Then, you get paid based on a CPA (cost-per-action basis).

Sometimes you can get paid for leads you send. Most of the time you will get paid based on purchases.

What I love about affiliate marketing is that it negates the need to deal with clients so you can create the content that you want. And, it scales as your traffic/audience increases.

However, it takes a lot longer to get paid and you may find yourself putting in a lot of work and not getting much money in return. That’s if you are just getting started and don’t have an audience….”

and more!

The topic of creating content you get paid for is something that would make for a superb challenge, cheatsheeet, tutorial and more! You could structure it like so:

Step 1.) Decide what you’d like to get paid for

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Step 2.) Create it AND the necessary sales page for it

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Step 3.) Let people who would be interested in it… know about it!



Your takeaway?

Getting paid is better than NOT getting paid.

Why not take advantage of that today?


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