Blogging is, and many will tell you, not a get rich quick scheme. It takes time, patience, and hard work to make a good living. This doesn’t mean that blogging is a bad choice, but it does mean you might need some extra income until your blog revenue picks up.
One popular choice is freelancing. It's an easier way to make money in the short-term, but it isn’t exactly easy. To really be successful, you have to have the right know-how and the right approach. The article below takes you through the basics of freelancing to arm you with just that.
You should already know that earning money with a blog does not happen overnight. It takes time, consistent publishing of great content, and unique smart ideas to make a blog take off. Depending on the niche you want to get in, ranking in search engines might be tough, and often requires strong SEO skills.
But what happens if you need money for your daily expenses? Or what if you need money to pay the hosting fees and tools required to run a blog? This is where most people turn to freelancing to help pay the bills.
Read the full article: How to Earn Extra Money Freelancing While Starting a Blog