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clip Partner with us and Earn Money Online
October 14, 2018, 04:11:00 PM by Isaac Adeniran



My name is Dr. Wale Adeleke and the founder of Naijasky.com. Naijatowns.com, Naijasky.org and naijasky.info. These sites are created, developed and being managed for me by my friends from USA, UK, India and Mexico.
Mission: These sites are created for the purpose of empowering youths to earn money and acquire skills by partner with us.

Let me introduce you to  the easiest  way to EARN MONEY DAILY WITH YOUR FACEBOOK ACCOUNT AND DATA SUBSCRIPTIONS using your mobile phone alone and doing just what you have been doing free but NOW you get paid  for it.

Here are The Ways To Earn daily in 


As a participant, In PARTNERSHIP INCOME PROGRAM, you have many options to earn more money to your bank account every month with PIO

Join Free and activate your membership with registration fee of N2,500 and start earning money continuously.

Join FREE Now and Activate after registration. Sign up FREE @ http://naijatowns.com/pio insert your PIO Ref No:7340

When you login to your account daily on your state platform from http://naijatowns.com/states or you login on blog platform @ naijatowns.com/tb and spend at least 5-10 minutes on the platform browsing and reading news,articles, you earn N70.   N70x30days= 2100

You Earn While you Comment On other Posts on the site, You earn N5 per comment  of 5 lines minimum and you can comment as much as you Can (On different posts)
N5 x10posts x 30days= N1,500

You Earn while sharing news/post on your state platform and on Top blog . You share to your facebook account and Facebook groups

Recent Posts are available Daily To share to Facebook Daily. You Earn from N100 And above on Each recent post shared. N100x30days =3000

4. REFER & EARN: You earn Extra N1,200 On each person you register through your link, if you register let's say 2 people daily that's N2,400 daily plus other earnings. 2.4k x 30days= 72k


5. For every article you source or compose with picture/image or a compelling forum topic you create with picture, you get N150, say you post 20 of such per month. 20 X N150=N3000

(6). Earn ₦2 per LIKE on your post when you share your post and people LIKE it and read your post: N2 x50 likes x30=N3,000

(7) earn N2 per comment your receive on your post N2x20 x 30 days=N1,200

N2,100+N1,500+N3,000+N3,000+N3,000+N1,200=N11,100 and MORE

WITH REFERRAL 72K+11,100=N83,100

Earning activities amount are not limited to the above mentioned. For highest posts, in a month attract incentive cash reward. Post with highest LIKE, comment and share also attract incentive cash reward.

Overall calculation is done monthly and shared among all active members. Payment is disbursed on the 26th of every  month.!!!

PIO, it's straight forward.. Very easy and understandable
Join FREE Now and Activate after registration with N2,500. Sign up FREE @ http://naijatowns.com/pio insert your PIO Ref No:7340
You get a page similar to this page you are reading containing your PIO REF No. Each person that register with you will be posted on your profile.

Note: You can see all your posts and post your start from your profile.


Yours Sincerely for Empowerment
Dr. Wale Adeleke
clip Independent local online publishers
August 09, 2018, 11:57:48 AM by Isaac Adeniran
Independent local online news publishers flock to sponsored content
by: Michele McLellan

My new survey of independent online local news publishers indicates they are making progress in increasing their revenue and diversifying the sources of revenue, including a big jump in sales of sponsored content.

Most increased their revenue in 2015 while some experimented with new sources of revenue in addition to traditional display ads, including native advertising, video advertising, events and business services. About two-thirds said they were planning to develop a new revenue stream in the coming year.

Perhaps the biggest headline is the growth of sponsored content as a revenue source. About half the publishers in the 2016 survey said they are selling sponsored content or native advertising compared to 20 percent a year earlier.

The March-April survey of 93 publishers representing 103 publications was conducted on Michele’s List, a database of independent sites that is produced in collaboration with the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism. A full summary of the results and the dataset is available on the Tow-Knight website.

Fifty-seven percent said their 2015 revenue was $100,000 or less, compared to 66 percent who said that a year earlier. Seventy-eight percent reported their revenue increased compared to 70 percent the year before.

Nearly half said they turned a profit in 2015 while another 24 percent said they had developed a steady flow of revenue but were not yet profitable. These are about the same percentages as in the last survey.

The publishers continue to rely heavily on advertising – in most cases display advertising – for their revenue. Twenty percent said advertising was their only source of revenue, compared to a third who said that a year earlier.

In the survey, publishers reflected on their challenges on the revenue side.

Lean or one-person startups often find it difficult to make time for sales or to hire and adequately compensate a sales person.

"We've really struggled to secure sponsorships for online content. This is likely thanks to the fact that we've not hired anyone with a specific focus on this effort," said Michael Kanin of the Austin Monitor, a nonprofit site that launched in 2013 that operates mainly on large donations and subscriptions.

"Insufficient time to devote to ad sales personally, but not enough revenue stream to be able to compensate an ad sales rep adequately," said Bill Smith, who launched Evanston Now in 2006 in a suburban city north of Chicago. The site derives a lion's share of its revenue from local advertising.

Many of the sites are too small and local to appeal to large brands, meaning their potential advertisers are often small, cash-strapped local businesses.

In this environment, it is difficult for many publishers to look beyond display advertising, which itself remains a challenging sell to many more traditional advertisers.

"The 'mom and pop' businesses are very "old school," not internet savvy and rarely have ever considered the idea of advertising, much less have an ad budget.  Also, this is not an area where 'big box,' national chains reign," said Traven Rice, who founded The Lo-Down in New York City's Lower East Side in 2009 with her husband Ed Litvak. The primary revenue source is local advertising.

With these challenges, it is easy to see why the smaller sites struggle to find capacity to diversify their revenue streams.

However, among the for-profit sites, the significant increase in the number offering sponsored content and a small but growing number are offering video advertising suggests the publishers are finally seeing the limits of traditional display advertising.

But questions remain whether they can adapt their revenue model as more and more news consumption shifts off their websites and onto mobile and social platforms such as Facebook’s Instant Articles.

clip 6 Best Ways to Make Money Writing Online
July 23, 2018, 03:22:57 AM by abejoye
6 Best Ways to Make Money Writing Online

By Pritam Nagrale

If you are good at writing or if you can express your ideas well then you can definitely get paid to write online. It is not necessary that you should be professional writer or experienced columnist.

6 Popular Ways to Get Paid to Write
An average write can make $2000 or more per month writing articles online. Here we are showing you 6 different ways that can earn you even more money.

1. Get Paid to Write for Others
This is one of the most popular ways to make money as a freelance writer. There are hundreds of ways you can make money writing for others as given below-

Make money writing articles for blogs & websites of other people
Proofreading and editing
Press Releases
Translation from one language to another

Writing Resume & Cover letter
Writing Essay, research paper, scripts, advertisement etc.
Writing legal documents, contracts, Agreements, Wills etc.
There is a very huge demand for writers for doing all these works. If you have good experience in any of the given way above, you can make great income.

You can find hundreds of freelance websites where you can join as a writer and make money. Here are some of most popular sites for writers-

Upwork: This sites has become the most popular sites for freelance writers after the merger of Elance & ODesk. You can find lots of work if you are ready to provide quality.

Fiverr: This is one of my favorite place to find any type of freelance work. You can join Fiverr as a seller and then list your writing services.

iWriter: This is one of the exclusive sites for writers where you can find all types of freelance writing jobs. You can start with $5 for 500 words articles and once you are promoted, you can make up to $40 for a 500 words article.

Contently: You can find 2 ways to make money on Contently. First by writing for their clients and second for writing for Contently.

Freelancer: If you are expert and confident then you can make up to $25 per hour writing on Freelancer.
You can also check these 75 sites on MakeLivingWriting where you can find all types of writing projects and 37 blogs on Minterest to earn up to $300 for a guest post.


clip How to write and sell simple information
July 21, 2018, 05:46:51 PM by Wale Adeleke
How to write and sell simple information

Packed with income-generating ideas about creating a variety of saleable written works, this guide includes information for researching and writing effective, instructional materials and calling upon a variety of publishing channels, including magazines, traditional book publishers, self-publishing, and the Internet.

The mechanics behind becoming a successful writer and information packager are presented in this resource that explores how to write and sell simple information in multiple formats, allowing writers to turn specialized knowledge into money-making books and products.
CLICK HERE to get more information
clip 54 ideas for writing articles for naijasky blog
July 21, 2018, 05:34:13 PM by Isaac Adeniran
54 ideas for writing articles for  Naijasky Blog

  • Create your ultimate guide post on the topic you know better than anything else. Be sure to link to other websites in your niche and notify them when you publish your post.
  • Do some research in the area you feel a passion to.
  • Share some statistics and figures: people love posts with data.
  • Dispel some myths in a particular area and match them against facts.
  • Create a list of inspiring quotes relevant to your niche.
  • Describe in detail your process of creating something.
  • Tell about other tactics you used to achieve results.
  • Make a list of tactics used by other authoritative bloggers on some specific topic.
  • Create some templates that will save you visitors’ time.
  • Tell how to make money in your niche.
  • How to do something better and faster.
  • Describe the most common problem your target audience faces and suggest a way of solving it.
  • Remember what inspires you, and create an inspirational post.
  • Are holidays around the corner? Write what you’re planning to do. Make a gift to your users.
  • Reveal some truth: what is behind the curtain covering your work.
  • Create an expert roundup post. Ask at least 40 authoritative bloggers in your niche and use their advice in your article. Don’t forget to add your opinion on this topic!
  • Create a blogger roundup post. Ask your online friends how they solve a problem you also face.
  • Advise your target audience whom to read and follow.
  • Compare something against something else. (Tools, books, tactics…)
  • Tell about free products and courses that would be helpful to your audience. Make a big list of such freebies, link to your friends, and notify them about it.
  • Write a detailed FAQ on any topic that interests you.
  • Analyze the authoritative bloggers in your niche and define what all of them have in common.
  • Tell how you use something every day to achieve results. (For example, mobile apps, your personal diary, or tools).
  • Find the questions your target audience asks on forums, Quora, and Reddit and write about it
  • Become a member of relevant groups on Facebook and find the questions of other users you know answers to.
  • Enter on Pinterest some queries on your topic and take a note of the pins that get most of the repins. Write a post about the most popular topic.
  • Write what problems your target visitors face and how to solve them.
  • Pick some very interesting and successful people in your niche. Tell about their best posts.
  • Create a list of hacks that help solve some problem quicker.
  • Describe your plans, challenge yourself, and offer your users to follow it.
  • Tell something you won’t do or something your readers should avoid doing to achieve or get something.
  • Offer each of your readers your help with something you’re good at. Let them send their questions in emails or leave them in comments.
  • Make a list of those in your niche whom you read and who inspire you.
  • Tell about your experience, how you achieve your results in something.
  • What recommendations and books have influenced your life and productivity.
  • Make an interview with an influencer. Be sure to make a list of questions that interest you in advance.
  • In your blog post, answer your readers’ questions.
  • Study the comments on other blogs in your niche. Find repetitive questions and write the answers.
  • Tell what skills are necessary for your niche.
  • Tell about the most common mistakes in your niche.
  • What lessons anyone can learn both from your experience and what you do.
  • Make a list of links to the best tutorials and guides.
  • Create the best articles roundup of the last year/month/week.
  • Tell about the most important things you wish you’d known when you started.
  • Write a detailed review on a product that you used.
  • Reach out to fellow-bloggers and ask them to share with you their ideas for blog posts.
  • Write a checklist of how to do something.
  • Create a cheat sheet that will help your users achieve better results.
  • Write a thank-you post and mention everyone who helped you on your way.
  • Tell the latest news and mention the novelties in your niche.
  • Create an infographic on a topic that interests you. Use different data sources.
  • Shoot a video tutorial how you use some tool.
  • Tell about any popular topic but from a new angle.
  • Write about other bloggers’ mistakes (find them!) in your niche. What do they do wrong?
to write articles and earn advertising revenue share on naijasky, contact  editor 08033181698 by sms/call/whatsapp.
clip 10 Tips On Writing And Publishing Articles on Naijasky
July 21, 2018, 05:04:06 PM by Isaac Adeniran
 10 Tips On Writing And Publishing Articles on Naijasky and earn Advertising Revenue share

Find Success On Naijasky

After five years on Naijasky I have learned a lot about writing, publishing and making money on the internet and I have managed to bring my income just from Naijasky alone, up to a satisfactory level.
It's not enough money to make a full-time wage but I also earn money from other online sources so it certainly all adds up to make a nice little cash tip at the end of each month in addition to my earnings in the real world.So, how did I bring my income from Naijasky up to a satisfactory level and what tips I can offer after this five-year-long learning process?

Read on to find out!

Tip 1: Unique rich content

If there's one thing I've learned from Naijasky, it's that nobody is interested in reading your articles if they can access the same information elsewhere online.Every single hub needs to offer something unique which cannot be found elsewhere and for this reason heavily researching the content you are writing about is an absolute necessity (unless you already have unique knowledge to share).When researching, you may find that different websites, newspapers, books, magazines, etc offer various bits of information on the topic you are studying.However, I have always found that when I am researching a topic, I never manage to find a webpage, magazine or book which has adequately consolidated all the information available on that subject... and so this is what I aim to do with many of my hubs and this often results in them receiving high traffic.People would much prefer to visit just one website or page where all the information they need is available, rather than having to visit page after page looking for extra tidbits of information.Consolidating the information into just one hub also gives visitors a reason to bookmark your page so that they can come back to it in the future.Including relevant high quality pictures in your hubs is also another way of increasing the richness of your hubs. You are not restrained to just one or two pictures but can add several. Not only does this keep readers coming back when they haven't had time to read all the information but it also keeps visitors on the page for a lengthier period of time and also ensures that your hub contains rich content. However, pictures alone are not sufficient enough and must be accompanied by a high-quality, original, informative, unique and rich write-up.

Tip 2: Develop Your Own Writing Style

This is not just about developing your own unique style of writing but is also about improving your spelling, punctuation and grammar. Just one simple spelling mistake can seriously downgrade your article in search results (believe me, I know from experience!).Additionally, developing your own sense of character and personality through your writing adds to the uniqueness of your content. Maybe add a few personal thoughts or speculations about the subject topic into your article. However, you shouldn't overdo it.It's important to strike a balance between not being too formal and not being too personal in your writing. How would I describe my own writing style?Assertive but sometimes subjective.

Tip 3: SEO, Keywords & Promotion

Many people are put off by the technical aspect of using SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and keywords. However, you don't need to be a genius and Google actually seems to be focusing less and less on SEO and keywords and more and more on actual content.Your title needs to say everything about your article; it needs to grab the attention of potential readers. If the title sucks them in and they want to know more, or they have specifically search for words in the title, the next thing they will look at is the summary or the first paragraph of the article.

For this reason it's important that the summary and first few paragraphs of your article really tell the reader all about the fantastic information you have on offer. Additionally, your title, summary and first few paragraphs should remain consistently focused on the relevant topic and should regularly include certain keywords (which people are likely to be searching for) that are closely related to the topic.However, this should not be too obvious or it can damage the consistency or your content and it shouldn't be done extensively or it could be classed as "keyword stuffing" which would result in Google penalizing your article.Promoting your content on other websites is also important.

 Build up a following on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and other social networking websites (only as many as you can handle). Not all of your readers may want to register with Naijasky to follow you and so this gives many of them the opportunity to follow you on a different website. You can then post links to your content on those websites.
Not only are you posting links to your content right in front of your followers on those social networking sites but you are also helping to generate inbound links. This may generate a temporary boost in traffic.

 However, these types of inbound links are considered low quality. What you really want is inbound links from high quality websites and web pages which are also relevant to your topic. The more high quality inbound links you can build, the higher search engines like Google will rank your content.

Tip 4: Social Networking

Social networking is not just about posting your links in front of people hoping that they'll click on them. It's about communication and networking. Following just anybody on Twitter hoping that they'll follow you back (even if it works) is not the best way of promoting your material. What you really need to do is communicate with people who have a genuine interest in your work.Don't just post links for them, communicate with them directly, learn about who they are and why they are interested in your material. Some of them may run websites, blogs or may be in a position where you can both be of benefit to each other - keep your eye open for such opportunities.

Additionally, it's always also good to show your followers your gratitude, it makes them know that their support is appreciated and that they are an important part of what you do.
Each of your writing page has three small social networking buttons on it: Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. Sign up with all of them but don't just promote your own material, do some cross-promoting and help promote articles material that was written by others which you think is useful.

Tip 5: Keep Your Content Updated

Keeping your content up to date is important, although if you have hundreds (or thousands) of articles published then it can be a time consuming chore. However, it's well worth the effort. When you're not writing or are out of ideas for new writing, it's a good idea to go back through older articles, checking them for mistakes and consistency and it's also possible that you may have learned something new which you can add to those article, which you hadn't learned at the time they were originally published.If so, let your followers know that you have added more information.

 Updating older hubs usually results in those hubs receiving a little boost in traffic. Another reason why this is important is because as time goes on, the more you will refine your writing technique and skill which will (or should) improve. By updating older hubs you had published before developing and refining your writing skills you will giving them an upgrade.
Additionally, more and more information is constantly being released on a wide range of topics, some of which you may write about (technology or space discoveries, for example). Search engines like up-to-date, unique and rich high quality content, so when you learn something new add it to your hub(s).

Tip 6: Watch Out For SPAM

Not only is SPAM bad for you (pun not intended), it's also bad for your readers. For this reason it's a good idea to moderate your comments and don't approve them until you have checked them. This also helps prevent derogatory comments from being published on your hubs without you knowing until you see them.Sometimes people can be crafty and may leave a long significant comment and then slip an email address in their last sentence hoping you might not notice it. Additionally, some people may skew the wording of their comment, so that it affects the quality of your writing and downgrades it.

Tip 7: Never Publish Early

This is an important one which many creative people, whether they be writers, musicians, web designers or graphic artists, often mistakenly overlook. Many people are eager to get their work 'out there' usually for several reasons. They may want to find out what people's reaction to their work will be, or they may want to get the piece finished so they can get working on another one they have in mind, or have started working on, or they may even want to get their information out before it becomes outdated. However, this is one fundamental mistake that can result in people not bothering to take any notice of your newer material, even though you may have improved your writing.Make sure you include, in your hub, everything you can possibly think of which is relevant to the topic.

 Do not publish your hub until you are absolutely certain that you have included everything you possibly can. However, it's also important to ensure your hubs are not too lengthy either. Some readers tend to look at the first paragraph or two to see how interesting it is, then scroll down to find out how long the page is (ie how long it's going to take them to read it).
Additionally, publishing early then adding more information or making changes later may attract new traffic, but may also be overlooked by your regular readers. If you have made significant changes, let your followers know.

Tip 8: Monetize & Optimize

Don't just use Google Adsense -, you'll be surprised how different the results are. Also make sure to use other affiliate links and local adverts too,. Personally I recommend using the Amazon affiliate scheme as I have had the most success with this one. However, it's also important to have the capsules well placed on the page, where they are not intrusive but the reader can see them clearly. Also make certain to advertise products relevant to your content.

Tip 9: Branch Out

Don't place all your eggs in one basket, as they say. Although you may have found some success by using a website, this doesn't necessarily mean that this will always be the case - this is the internet and anything can happen. Consider trying out other websites, not just to see if you have any success, but to help build your online presence. Your material which is published on other websites could act as a supplement.If you have published many articles/hubs and have managed to build a good following, consider writing a book or, at least, an eBook. Self-publishing websites such as Lulu make this extremely easy for any writer to do. You can get an ISBN (International Standard Book Number) for your book and can sell hard copies to your readers on demand through a wide range of well-known distribution networks.Also consider starting your own website or blog where you can be more personal whilst building your brand (if you are a writer, your name is your brand). Your blog or website can then be used to help compliment your already published material.

Tip 10: Collaborate

This is one which I don't see happening anywhere near as often as should be. Not only can it help for writers to cross-promote their material, but teaming up with another writer, or other writers, and publishing material together can certainly help raise your profile. There are many advantages to this:
  • Two heads are better than one, three heads are better than two, etc.
  • You have a combined audience to market your material to.
  • You help to cross-promote each other's material.
  • Both (or all) of you end up with more readers.
This tip actually has plenty of room for flexibility and expansion. For example, a small team of writers could link up and collaborate to form their own website, blog, book, collective of writers and/or even their own publishing company.
clip How to get paid writing articles on Naijasky
July 20, 2018, 02:20:30 PM by Isaac Adeniran
How to get paid writing articles on Naijasky

You can earn income writing and posting articles on Naijasky and you write on ant topic of your choice.

You can use the following strategies to write original articles

1. You can write stories of businesses in a street with image of their front shop
1. You can write reviews about products/services you purchase
3. You write about a program you once involved with wether is successful of illegal and why
4. You can write review of a business and how they attend to customers, their services or qualities of product and you experience with the business if any
5. You can write about your experience or other people experience
6. You can write about a festival
7. You can write about daily experience around you. And may more

For each acceptable article you earn income in 3 ways
1. You earn for writing the articles with images/pictures amount ranges from N200 to N500
2. You earn from advertising revenue share empowerment for paid members only . You earn income for each Likes on your article about 200kobo per LIKE when your article is share to facebook and other social media
3. You earn N3 for each comment on your writing

For more information on how you can get paid writing on naijasky contact Wale by whatsapp on 08033181698

How to get paid writing articles on Naijasky
clip How You Can Earn Money As A Freelance Writer
May 20, 2018, 01:23:14 PM by Wale Adeleke

How You Can Earn Money As A Freelance Writer

If you are in hurry CLICK HERE

WHAT IS A FREELANCE WRITER: A freelance writer is a great business model that allows you to get started with virtually no overheads that you can start almost immediately to earn money with a bit of time and passion. So many people think freelance writer is just for  professionals journalists alone but I have learned that the business model is so much more.

Training As a Freelance Writer
As a freelance writer you can choose one or two of the following: Freelancer content writer, Freelance article writing, Freelance copywriter, Freelance reporter or journalist.
As a Freelancer journalist reporter, you earn money writing- news-local news, political news, scene, images . As a freelance articles writer, you earn money writing articles for others or for yourself. And as a freelance copywriter-contents or articles, you earn money writing copyright articles for different companies and clients. Click Here to learn more

How You earn Money: You can earn money alone or combine freelance writing with freelance marketing or freelance advertising. We train people as freelance writers as well as freelancer marketer and freelancer advertisers.

You Earn money alone writing local news, articles, content articles and copywrite for others-individual and companies and get paid. When you combine it with freelance marketing and freelance advertising, you earn money advertising and marketing other business products or your products within the news, articles and content articles.
Click Here to learn more

If you want to learn how to earn income as a freelance writer, fill the simple form Click Here and we will get in touch with you.

You get FREE platform for workshop, practical, building portfolio and even use as samples for business, place business adverts and get paid.

You also get free platform to start to make money as a freelance writer. When you get adverts, we can also display it for you and you keep 100% profits.

Training FEE
is N5,000 only for training tip, how to attract traffic and how to get adverts. You get all you need to start earning income as a freelance writer.
To learn more  CLICK HERE


You start making money by joining our Freelance Affiliate Program by referring other people to become freelancers or freelance writers. You earn N1,000 direct affiliate commissions and N500 indirect affiliate income. 

Dr. Wale Adeleke
08033181698 Call/SMS or whatsapp
clip How To Make Money As A Freelance Journalist
May 07, 2018, 02:26:05 PM by Isaac Adeniran
How To Make Money As A Freelance Journalist           

The journalism industry is dramatically transforming both in the newsroom and in the boardroom. Over the years, the way journalists report the news has changed and the newspaper business has finally started to adapt to the changing times, whether it’s pay walls, cutting back on its workforce or offering real-time updates to important news stories.

It has become a common trend in recent years for print and online news outlets to use freelance journalists and photographers to cover the news because of budget restraints, or not having enough staffers to report on a small media event or press conference. This is certainly where freelancers who want to make a name for themselves as journalists can step in.

Due to advancements in technology, freelance journalists have a wide variety of avenues to choose from to earn a decent living as a journalist, and it doesn’t always have to require wearing down the “shoeleather.”

        Here are some ways as to how a freelance journalist can make money today:


Before you start to initiate your journalistic endeavors, think about what areas you want to cover. Besides covering political and entertainment matters (two of the most popular topics), there are a wide variety of subjects that still need to be reported on: economics, finance, science, business, art and so on. Establish a specialty and then become the next Woodward or Bernstein.

Throwing a Pitch

Have a great idea for a news story? Do you have a scoop from a reliable source? Well, you can always pitch your local newspaper, or an online national journal with a news story that their staff hasn’t thought of or were unaware. This is an old-fashioned way for prospective journalists to get their foot in the door with a media venue.
Be sure to have the five Ws ahead of your pitch (who, what, where, when and why) and remain as confident as possible.


Establish your own brand by signing up for different websites (Digital Journal, Examiner, Guardian Liberty Voice and others) or by launching your own professional news website. Create a press badge, grab your digital voice recorder, get a good camera and attend some media events, scrums, or demonstrations, interview noteworthy individuals and start writing.

Although these websites mostly offer advertising revenue, a story might go viral and you can begin to earn passive income at the beginning. As long as you produce quality work then it’ll only be a matter of time until you’ll be known as a professional journalist and begin to get job offers or can work for more respected publications.


Do you have a HD camera? This might be your ticket to earning decent cash by attending press conferences, protests and other newsworthy events and filming them. More people are turning to YouTube to watch the news and if you grab good footage that no other journal was able to capture then it could be cited by major media outlets, which would then lead to incredible viewership.


Similar to YouTube, if you snap some good shots of politicians, celebrities, demonstrations or other kinds of events then there is a good chance other publishers will notice and you can sell these images for the market price (varies by nation and industry). Post some examples on your portfolio page and potential businesses, political campaigns and websites will take notice.   
May 07, 2018, 12:07:09 PM by Isaac Adeniran

I did a little freelance writing on and off in college but I've been doing it seriously and consistently since March 2015. I started freelancing to earn more money so I could pay off my debt. At the time I started, I desperately wanted to pay off my student loans and high-interest car loan, but I was only making $28,000/yr at my full time job. I majored in journalism in college and love to write so when I saw people earning money from freelance writing, I wanted to try it too.
 I wanted to start writing about personal finance and to break into that niche, I got with a coach who taught me everything she knew. She had been freelancing for several years and supported her family of 4 with her income at the time so I knew I needed to learn from her. She helped me set up   my blog, pitch for gigs, work on my resume, etc. My first client actually reached out to me and was in need of a weekly staff writer. I was pretty excited.
 Mostly via referrals and cold pitching. I use Facebook groups and my network to land new clients sometimes, but most of the time, I just research potential clients in my niche and connect with them on social media then send a somewhat cold pitch.
 I realized it right at the beginning. When I first spoke with my coach, she asked me how much I wanted to earn monthly from freelancing. I nervously told her $1,000 per month, but I wanted/knew/hoped I would earn more some day. Seeing other people earn a full-time income from freelance writing inspired me and made me feel like I could do the same one day.

 My website has been the biggest tool. Without it, I don't think I'd have such a solid online presence and wouldn't have been able to land so many good clients. I have a few clients who have flat out told me that they don't consider hiring freelance writers who don't have a website/blog.

 I also credit my coach as being a great resource for me when I got started.

 I also like to use Grammarly to edit my work and make sure it's error free. Being a writer can seem challenging at first because you feel pressured to always spell everything right but people make mistakes all the time. Grammarly has been a great tool to help me edit my work and make sure I'm delivering the best content to my clients.         
 HOW MUCH CAN YOU EARN AS A FREELANCE WRITER?It's crazy how you can earn 6-figures a year from freelance writing. I know a few people who earn that much. It really just depends on your clients' budget and how much quality work you can get done. I imagine that your earning potential would not be limitless since your available time and energy are two big constaints, but you can definitely earn a lot of money quickly.
 I love how it's pretty easy to earn more. Traditionally in the journalism/content creation world, you have to start off with a low-paying position and work you way up over the years. With freelance writing, I love how you can just pitch higher paying clients or ask for raises when you want to earn more.
 After just a year of freelance writing on the side of my full-time job, I was earning around $2,800+ per month.
 During the first quarter of this year (Jan-March), I earned more than $14,000 from freelancing alone, which means I earned more than $4,600 per month on average.
The most rewarding thing about what I do is having the flexibility I need to be there for myself and my family. I get to pick my son up from school each day and spend more quality time with him. I also get to enjoy my home more and don't have to worry about asking someone to take time off.
 Back when I worked a 9-5 job, I would put off doctor's appointments because I didn't want to deal with asking my boss for time off.
 It also feels really rewarding to see my content and know that it's helping people. It's pretty cool to see an article pop up in a Google search or on social media that I wrote.
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