As a WordPress professional, making more money isn’t just about getting more clients and doing more projects–it’s also about diversifying your WordPress income.
Sometimes life as a WordPress freelancer can be feast or famine. Adding different revenue streams to diversify your income not only helps level out your cashflow, but it also give you more options to reduce burnout. Diversifying your income is one of the best ways to make sure your business stays around for the long haul and helps de-risk the inherently risky, yet fulling life of a WordPress freelancer.
It’s a question we all need to ask ourselves at some point: “How do I diversify my income?” It’s not like you can’t make a great living from designing WordPress websites. It’s just that kind of work takes a lot of work. Wouldn’t it be nice to not have your revenue stream strictly dependent on how many hours you work in a day or how many new clients you can sign in a year?
Read the full article: 24 Ways to Diversify Your Income as a WordPress Professional