I wrote in Affiliate programmes and Adsense about making money from your own blogs.
But there are other ways to make money from blogging for clients.
Paid blogging or freelance blogging jobs as a professional blogger.
I haven’t done blogging for others, so I’ve got some clues from those who have done paid blogging or freelance blogging jobs.
How to Find Freelance Blogging Jobs if You’re Starting From Scratch
By Alexa at Single Moms Income
Alexa wrote about how to find freelance blogging jobs based on her own experiences.
She says don’t be a Jack of All Trades, especially if you are a complete beginner.
Knowing the client niche is the key.
So before looking for freelance blogging jobs or contacting potential clients, you must ask yourself what your niche is.
Do you know what your niche is?
She also wrote what other things are really important to find freelance blogging jobs. She even gives us a sample Email Template for cold pitching and Free Worksheets to download.
It is definitely worth visiting her blog and reading her tips, especially if you are starting from scratch.
How I Earn A Full-Time Living As A Part-Time Freelance Blogger
By Elna Cain at Blogging Wizard
Elna wrote about how she became a successful freelance blogger within less than a year. From her first writing gig to where she is now, she tells us what she did at each stage and how she got a financial writing gig for $250 a post.
It is interesting to follow her journey.
10 Websites Which Provide Freelance Writing Jobs For Beginners
By Hassaan Khan at Blogging Cage
I found Hassaan’s simple advice on how we can sell ourselves as a freelance writer very interesting. He wrote that when he made his mind was clear about the freelance writing service, he removed all affiliate marketing ads from his blog. His commitment is inspirational! His list of 10 websites, which provide Freelance Writing Jobs, is useful, too.
To find freelance writing jobs, use Writing Jobs Search Engine, which only searches jobs listed under Writing categories on the Freelancing Jobs websites.
When I started a blog about Giri choco (A rather strange Japanese custom on Valentine’s Day https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giri_choco), an FM radio station in Tokyo contacted me one day out of blue. They wanted to interview me about the blog for one of their programmes.
You never know who is reading your blog and where it will lead you.