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(03-01-2017, 01:33 AM)rocx Wrote: My resolutions would be to write a story of some sort. Maybe not a comic since I'm not up for that kind of commitment. Perhaps get it self-published and sold somewhere on-line. What about a small sticker line? Slap a cat getting jammed into a pipe on your laptop. The point is to break out my creativity and make some madd buxx* on it.



*Pennies more than likely
If you write, self-host and place ads on your site with your writing. Don't use google Ads or anything like that. Place direct ads that are relavent to your writing. For example, writing sci-fi dystopian literature? Advertise a sci-fi dystopian movie or novel. A lot of small authors and indie filmmakers will work with you on advertising their material on your site. Once you get a following, Make merch related to your material and sell/advertise it. The ideal zero is when you no longer need to advertise anything other than yourself on your own site, and can sell enough merch to pay yourself per hour for your writing and for site upkeep.


Oh, and speaking of merch: Go ahead and research manufacturing of goodies and drop-shipping now. Definitely look into Topatoco.


Edit: Oh, and look into doing exclusive things for followers once you have a significant following. For example, a webcomic I read has a thing where you pay a one-time fee of 20, 50, or 100 dollars, and depending on how much you paid, you either get to read a few exclusive comics a year and get signed merch, get access to all the comics a day early plus the previous, or get to see the author draw live, plus the previous.

Basically, a perks club.
venam
(03-01-2017, 10:20 AM)dbcooper Wrote: Edit: Oh, and look into doing exclusive things for followers once you have a significant following. For example, a webcomic I read has a thing where you pay a one-time fee of 20, 50, or 100 dollars, and depending on how much you paid, you either get to read a few exclusive comics a year and get signed merch, get access to all the comics a day early plus the previous, or get to see the author draw live, plus the previous.
I'm also going to look into "passive" or "half-passive" income this year.
For now I've set a Patreon page ( https://www.patreon.com/venam ).
There aren't many options I can use to "cash-out" money.

I'm hoping I can at least cover up my servers fees.




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