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Write Your Way to Making Money Online

Learning Your Way to Making Money

If you’re a writer, or you know that writing is easy for you, I highly recommend launching an info product as your entree into internet marketing. It’s possible to begin making money online by writing.

Once I’d acquired a small list of nearly 100 buyers in the Make Money Online (MMO) Kindle niche, I had something very valuable to offer other product creators in my niche.  I had a list of potential buyers for THEIR products.

Suddenly, I am treated differently. I’m offered products to review for free.

Other product creators ask my opinion about the business.

I receive invites to JV Facebook groups, private Skype groups.

I suddenly have access to inside information about everything from product pricing, to sales funnels and upcoming launches, and deadbeat buyers.

I’ve discovered the lucrative MMO niche called, “Affiliate Marketing.”

Now before this post becomes too long, let me just say that I’ve enjoyed being able to send out an email and watch my Paypal account fill up.

In the interest of full disclosure, the most I’ve ever banked from one product launch email campaign was $156.00.

It’s time to level up once again.

Quick Start Challenge

I’m looking to Dean Holland’s Quick Start Challenge, now ending it’s first week of four, to hold me accountable.

Writing is easy for me.  I’ll be exploring more ways to “engineer” publishing through Amazon and Apple and other digital platforms.

Stay with me and I’ll share with you what I do, the tools I’m testing, and the ROI on all of the above.

What I’m Promoting Today

Today I’m promoting NY Times bestselling author Ron Douglas’ info product, “How to Write a Cookbook and Make it Sell.”

He’s really got this product packed. There are over a dozen ready-to-go public domain PLR eBooks that come with, in addition to templates and PDF and video training.

When completing this post, I checked my email figures. After sending out 1 email offer 30 minutes ago, 6 people clicked and I have a credit of $11.99 in my Clickbank account so far.

Update: the next morning (Sunday) I have $35.97 in my account.
Final Update Sunday Afternoon: another $23.91 added from the same email.

In the next post I’ll let you in on the projects I’m working on now.

14 thoughts on “Write Your Way to Making Money Online”

  1. Keith Reilly says:

    What a great post Barbara. I find that writing comes very easy to me, as long as someone gives me a subject to write about. I find it hard getting started without some external stimulus. I’m going to bookmark this blog and watch it with interest.

    1. Barbara says:

      I understand what you mean. We may be better editors than writers!

      Thank you so much for your compliments. It means a lot, coming from you. I’ve certainly been following your helpful comments in the Quick Start Challenge (QSC) area on FB!

  2. Des Ingham says:

    Hi Barbara,
    I am also going to bookmark this blog as creating an info product has been something I was thinking of doing for some time now and you have given me motivation to do this. I love to write about subjects in which I am interested in, and I think if you love life and you are inquisitive enough then it comes quite naturally.
    It`s great that you are having some success and I am sure you will have plenty more with The Quick Start Challenge.
    Best of luck, Des.

    1. Barbara says:

      Thanks for your comment, Des. I appreciate your support!

      I’m happy to encourage you. It sounds as though you’ve done some self exploration. Keep up the good work!

  3. Susette Pereira says:

    Hello, Barabara
    I love your style of writing. And I love the integrity and steadfastness that shines through. I already trust your instincts, recommendations and review about products being offered!

    Thanks for unhesitatingly offering advice on my challenging areas (me being a rookie).

    Certainly looking forward to visiting your site often, for more and much, much more….

    1. Barbara says:

      Thank you for the kind words. That’s quite a testimonial, Susette! I appreciate your comments so much.

  4. Richard says:

    Hi Barbara … Love your post. Look forward to more. Like other commentors … I have trouble picking subject areas to write about.

    1. Barbara says:

      Richard – Thank you. I relate. Sometimes there are just too many options to talk about!

  5. scott says:

    great post. I like how you tell things just how they are and your writing style is one i like too. I look forward to seeing what the quick start challenge can bring. Keep up the good work and I have no doubt that I will be back to visit your site again.

    1. Barbara says:

      Thank you, Scott. I’ll remember “like how you tell things just how they are…” I’m glad I come across that way!

  6. Phill waters says:

    Hi Barbara,
    Love the post I also like to write but find the going tough to find the time to research the numerous topics that interest me. Got any tips on this? Anyway it’s great to see so many people taking action and following thru with the Quick Start Challenge and makes me proud to be involved.

    1. Barbara says:

      Hey, Phil: I can really relate to the urge for adventure and exploration! That’s what we’re doing when we head off to “research” a great topic, isn’t it? One way to address this may be to plan time specifically for exploring. When the time’s up, it goes on a list to tackle another time.

      Of course, it may also be an issue of avoiding decision making, but that’s a topic for another post!

  7. Nicolas says:

    Hello Barbara,
    I’ve enjoyed reading your post. Im glad to hear that people are actually doing this buisness and actually making money over it. Good for you!!
    I’ll be looking forward to see you keeping up the good work.
    All the best and good luck with the QSC.

    Regards 🙂

    1. Barbara O'Toole says:

      Thank you, Nico! I will continue to report.

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