Paid Blogging Rocks

Posted by Connie on Friday, December 19th, 2008 at 9:09 pm and is filed under Blogging Community, Chronic Illness.
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I have a lot of chronic illnesses, too many to even mention here without boring you to tears. But, suffice it to say that I am not able to work outside the home, I have seven specialists that I see regularly and I take over 10 prescription medications.

Being unable to work caused me to be very depressed. I was used to working hard. But finding something that I was able to do that didn’t make me feel sicker was very difficult. Paid blogging has been the answer for me though. I can work when I am able. If I am too sick, I just don’t work. I can set my own hours. I can write about what I enjoy. And I can earn money!

It’s not enough money to buy diamond rings but it’s enough to add to my family’s income and help out with bills. Please see Earn $ Blogging to learn more.

Writing for Pay

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  1. I have to agree paid blogging is wonderful, even when it gets frustrating!

    I know between my health issues, school and more it is very nice to be able to set my own hours and do things when I want and can.

    Holly’s last blog post..Dull Days

    comment by Holly — December 19, 2008 @ 9:54 pm
  2. As I said Holly, paid blogging rocks!

    comment by Connie — December 19, 2008 @ 9:59 pm
  3. Hey there, you Superior Scribbler, you! First of all, I’m not “spamming” you; I promise! Second of all, I’d like to introduce myself: I’m Melissa B., The Scholastic Scribe, & I’m the “Original” Superior Scribbler! Third thing on my mind: I’ve been nominated for a pretty prestigious blog award; I’d greatly appreciate your vote, so if you click on over to my place, you’ll see the info. It’s an annual award from EduBlog, and I’m up for Best Individual Blog. And 4th thing on today’s agenda: I’ve got a cute “contest,” of sorts, going on at my place every Sunday. Please come by this Sunday for the Silly Sunday Sweepstakes. And, thanks for your support!

    Melissa B.’s last blog post..Why Pure Joy Matters

    comment by Melissa B. — December 20, 2008 @ 12:05 pm
  4. Wow, while viewing your wonderful blog, I was hard to trust my own ear. I’m sorry for your sickness, but I heartily enjoy your courage not to give yourself up to the sickness. Your example is the wonderful medicine to many on a way of recovery. Thank you.
    I too – we both have similar stories. The only difference is in our blogging results. I didn’t earn a penny and thus must beg my family for to pay the Internet fees….
    Sorry for the sad notes – I heartily wish you the Happy Christmas. My best wishes to you and all your beloved.
    I’m happy to invite you to my blogs. I hope you will have a good time with my pictures and I will get your feedback. I’m writing with the vocabulary in hand thus I would greatly appreciate all your remarks related to language I didn’t hear on my daily round. Thank you.

    Tomas’s last blog post..feelings were running high

    comment by Tomas — December 20, 2008 @ 2:01 pm
  5. Last year at this time I was just winding down from a year blogging for PayPerPost. During that year I made $1600, but the downside was that my blog lost all of its page rank and PPP eventually quit giving me good paying posts. So, I have just been without income since then. I would love to find a way to make money with my computer since I have fibromyalgia and it limits what I can do too. Great post, and very helpful! Thanks!

    Carol’s last blog post..Envelope Please!

    comment by Carol — December 20, 2008 @ 6:03 pm
  6. Tomas, your blogs and artwork are so beautiful and inspiring. I can see that you find enjoyment in what you do, perhaps that is your payment. If you are interested in learning more, though about earning money from blogging feel free to contact me.

    comment by Connie — December 21, 2008 @ 6:08 pm
  7. Carol, the downside of paid blogging is often losing PR, but you can still earn money from companies like Izea/PPP and others like PU2B. I hope that you try it out again to see if it’s something you can do if you’re interested. I’m willing to help you if you need it.

    comment by Connie — December 21, 2008 @ 6:10 pm
  8. Connie, thank you for your kindness and offer of help. I will give it some thought (working for IZEA again).

    Carol’s last blog post..Envelope Please!

    comment by Carol — December 21, 2008 @ 10:38 pm
  9. seven specialists!
    that’s a lot.I salute you. You really love helping you’re parents. You sure is loved by your parents. Keep it up,

    comment by mace spray — December 22, 2008 @ 3:43 am
  10. That is great to hear. I have done a bit of paid blogging, but at the moment I am focusing on making money from my blog from affiliate sales instead of paid reviews.

    comment by Fear Of Long Words — December 23, 2008 @ 9:55 am

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