The easy and honest answer is to maintain a level of integrity. If you feel rushed to make money you come across as someone who's panicked to do so. Think about it, would you want to put your trust into someone who comes off as a driven salesman, or person if you will? Of course not. You have to realize although you think your hiding your desperate attempts to make money you are not. The only way to make money at revenue sharing is to do an honest days work. If you're at this part time that's okay. In fact the quality of your time is far more vital than the quantity. It takes real chronological time, you need to brand yourself, build a loyal following, deliver a quality based source of information and do this over and over again till you one day have enough internet real estate out there to generate some income.
You create one of two things; either an eye catching product which is you, or the oh that guy or that girl image, doing one of two things again, sending readers bolting from the sight of you or hanging on your every word. The user/profile image you chose to represent yourself is more powerful than you know. It sends a message, burns an image on the readers mind and it is for this reason you want to take advantage sending the exact message you want to convey.
I got into this realizing that katiem2 was a brand, my words, my image, the everything I create and publish online. I can't tell you how good it feels to both have people find my work and be thrilled all the while making money. The more quality work you put out there the more those who like your work will find you and find what their looking for. Remember to share the links of other authors here at Wizzley all the while branding yourself as a professional writer with something worth wild to share.
Much Success and Happiness, Katie
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