3 Passive Income Opportunities for Writers


If you love to write, here are a few passive income opportunities you can try out for yourself.

Write PLR Articles

If you are an experienced writer or have excellent grammar and spelling skills, you may consider creating some PLR articles and selling them. It’s likely that potential buyers will want to see some samples, so it would be in your best interest to write a couple of extra things you can show your customers before they buy.

Write Your Own E-book

Writing an e-book might take awhile to complete, but you can get paid for that book forever once it’s put up for sale online. This is one great example of passive income. You write the e-book, make it available for readers and you’ll keep making money on it without having to do anything else.

Create a Blog

Blogs are incredibly easy to set up and you can even choose to use a free host if you like. Blogger and WordPress are two great websites that will host your blog free on one of their subdomains.

To start, you’ll need to write some content that your website visitors will find interesting. Once you have some content, you can start monetizing that content by using pay-per-click programs such as Google Adsense or by adding an affiliate product on your site that is relevant to your content.

If you decide to monetize your blog with affiliate products, there are certain tricks you can use to get lots of readers to your site. There are other tricks you can use to make sure they go on and buy so you get great commissions. Make sure you learn these tricks so you can make the most money possible.

Even if you haven’t written anything since your high school English class, it doesn’t mean you can’t make money writing. There are plenty of passive income opportunities available for everyone.

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4 thoughts on “3 Passive Income Opportunities for Writers”

  1. Hi Sara
    Your webinar was a very good initiative. Even if you did not answer any of my 2 questions it was still interesting.
    Do it again soon.
    Question: You said that there should be one post for each of the 5 keywords – Or did you mean a totally new blogger blog for each key word?
    Bo Burstam

    • The EPF rule is 1 article per keywords and 1 blog post per product. So if you have 5 keywords for the same product – you would have 5 different articles all linking to the same blog post.


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