My Make Money From Examiner.com Experiment
In order to potentially provide a boost to my online income, I have picked up the gig as a freelance writer over at examiner.com under the Internet Business topic. I have read conflicting reports about the income potential of writing for examiner.com, so I decided to give it a whirl myself.
I have decided to do a “blitz” of content creation for my Examiner account in order to get a real feel for what kind of revenue I could generate. My plan is to generate 20 posts a week for 5 weeks (100 posts in 5 weeks). I am tracking the daily revenue as I move towards this goal.
Currently, I’m just a few days in, but the results so far are fairly encouraging. Although it is still much too early to tell, if the daily revenue continues to grow at the current pace, the income will be well worth it at the end of this experiment.
The main questions I have are:
- How dependent is my income from Examiner.com on continuous posting? Or, put another way, if I create 100 posts, then quit writing, will the income level be sustained?
- After completing my “blitz” experiment, could I dial down my effort significantly (say only 3-4 articles per week instead of 20) and still make good money?
As answers become clearer, I will communicate them to my readers here at 20smoney.com.
My Examiner Content So Far
My topic is Internet Business. I discuss blogging, small business web strategies and more. If you are looking to make money online whether individually or for your business, you may consider checking out some of my articles.
Here is a sample of some of my internet business articles:
- Why is it difficult to make good money from RSS Feed advertisements?
- Does Twitter really serve any business purpose?
- How to leverage Google’s free tools to find your niche
- Do you need a premium WordPress theme?
- Improving Adsense performance & other monetization techniques
Start Earning Money From Examiner.com
If you are interested in earning some extra cash by becoming a freelance writer at Examiner.com, they are currently looking for new writers. If you join, please use my referral code: 21637