A Quick Way for Moms to Start Making $100 A Day
Do you want to make $100 a day without having a real job as a stay-at-home mom?
You want to supplement your income before you return to work or just because you want to contribute to the family's budget.
That was me – I was a stay-at-home mom taking care of my 6 children. They were all quite young when I made the decision that I did not want to go back to work.
I'm a mother, so I just couldn't fathom leaving my children with someone else.
Oh, and by the way, daycare is rather pricey! As a result, I discovered a method to supplement my income as a stay-at-home mother.
And you know what? I feel it’s the quickest way to make at around $100 a day.
It's not simple to make money on your own. You must work hard and apply yourself, but it is doable. When I first started writing blogs, I'll show you how I made that happen!
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Other Ways to Make Money Blogging
It might take up to 6 months for you to generate revenue with your own items, whereas affiliate goods may take up to two weeks to realize any earnings, then frequently months before you get a payout.
These processes (creating your own Etsy store, establishing a blog, or participating in affiliate marketing) are time-consuming. It's not simply about putting out content with a blog. It's also about promoting it, networking with other bloggers, and creating pin-worthy images.
Now, wouldn’t it be awesome if you can make money from your blog an entirely different way that didn’t take hours upon hours to do?
The Quick Way to Earning $100 A Day
The easiest and quickest way to start earning money from your blog is to offer a service. And since your talent is blogging, why not become a freelance blogger?
Mama Bloggers – You Have a Head Start
If you're a stay-at-home mother with a blog, you already have an advantage on other would-be freelance writers who want to be one.
1 You Know How to Write a Blog Post
You know how to write a blog post. You have blogging experience. Writing is your thing! Because you are a blogger, you understand the blogging process from start to finish.
You also understand how to do keyword research, how to make headlines that grab attention, and how to format blog posts correctly. All of these blogging skills will help you with your blogging.
2 You Know How to Upload Your Post into WordPress
You understand how to upload your blog post into WordPress (or Blogger, or SquareSpace, etc). Most importantly, you know how to format a blog post correctly with headlines, subheadings, images, and links.
Your blogging skills are in high demand because not everyone knows how to do this!
3 You Know How to Promote on Social Media
You also know how to promote your blog post on social media. And you probably have a following of other mom bloggers who will read and share your work!
All of these blogging skills make you the perfect candidate for becoming a freelance blogger.
How Much Can You Really Make as a Freelance Blogger?
If you want to become a freelance blogger, you can charge anywhere from $50-$500 per blog post. It all depends on your blogging experience, the length of the blog post, and the client's budget.
To give you an idea, I have written blogging assignments that have ranged from 700-words to 2000-words. And I have charged anywhere from $50 to $400 per blog post.
The good news is that once you have a few blogging clients, you can start charging more money for your blogging services. And if you're really good at blogging, you can even charge $1000 per blog post!
Wouldn't it be amazing to make an extra $100
To Get Started
All you need is a blogging platform, some blogging experience, and a desire to get paid for your writing! If you have those things, then you can become a freelance blogger and start earning money from your blog!
For freelance blogging you can offer:
- Article writing
- Blog writing
Instead of a million services, keep it to blog writing and editing, with a few categories under each. Explain what I can do for a customer in each category, and inside each category show how I may serve the client.
Now it’s time to source gigs. You first have to hustle and find work.
Job boards for bloggers are available at Problogger and Blogging Pro. Visit these sites on a regular basis to keep an eye out for any employment opportunities that pique your interest.
When you see a gig that really interests you, send them your pitch.
A pitch is an email that:
- Explains who you are (a freelance blogger with expertise in your niche)
- Provides proof you are a writer (guest posts and your portfolio or blog)
- Details your experience and skill set
- Showcases any noteworthy things (a feature on a popular blog for example)
Typically, potential clients want a blog writer who has worked on blogs before and has a substantial online presence.
Next Is Networking
Starting networking with potential customers is an important step in obtaining them! You can accomplish that quickly by joining Facebook groups. Locate Facebook groups where your target client might be found.
Is This Way Really Quick?
It is not realistic to expect to earn $100 per day from the start, but it is feasible to do so in a month or a little longer. The key is to get recurring business, such as clients who require your services on a daily or weekly basis.
You can also sell products like printables, eBooks or courses and that can prove to be sustaining as a way to make a living off of your blog, but it takes a lot to get to that point.
It's your turn to talk - what is your side hustle strategy?