I still remember my first day as a freelance blogger/writer pretty clearly, even though it was some years ago.
I was sitting on my computer at my mom’s house, looking at an email from my first ever client and thinking something along the lines of, “So you really want to pay me for writing blog posts?! Awesome!”
It wasn’t long until I realized that blogging for a client involves a lot more work that just blogging.
My first setup, both in terms of technology and methods was rather simple, and it was totally different from how I do things today. So if I were to start over, I would do it in a way that I’m just about to share with you in this guide.
And if you’re all about passive income – like many online marketers – then sorry, you won’t find any advice on this here.
What I will be talking about is the opposite – active income. Despite the fact that it might not sound as sexy at first, active income is actually one of the best ways to get introduced to the money making department of the web.