By Carol Tice
If you don’t have a lot of blog subscribers, it’s tough to earn well. I know; I’m one of those bloggers who put up an Amazon book cart on my blog the day I launched and earned $1.50 from it.
If you listen to your audience and deliver exactly what they need, though, you have the potential to earn big money, even if your list is small – and even if your audience is broke, like my audience of freelance writers.
Despite those hurdles, I launched a service that’s grown to generate more than $300,000 in income every year, starting when I had only 1,200 subscribers.
Freelance Writers Den is a monthly-membership community for freelance writers that launched in July 2011. By 2015, it had grown to 1,200 members who pay $25 a month, or roughly $360,000 a year in gross income.
The good news is, the steps I used to create this community are simple steps you can take with your own blog readers to figure out your best, most lucrative offer.
Let me take you step-by-step through the process.
Step 1: Identify a Need
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