Thursday, February 11, 2010

How to make $50 each day by writing (or blogging)

Many doctors look for ways to make supplemental income. That's why some doctors spend so much time moonlighting in emergency rooms. Now, suppose you could make $50 every day by doing some short writing. That would be roughly $1,500 each month if you worked 30 days. This equates to $18,000 each year. How much time would it take to earn $50 each day? Are you a fast writer or do you frequently experience writer's block?

Most of us are probably too busy to write every day, but what if you set aside a chunk of time each week to do some dedicated writing or blogging? Would that be feasible? Would you enjoy writing?

Some of you may wonder: "Where did $50 come from? How did I come up with that figure?"
  • If you're an entry-level medical writer/blogger, then you can expect to make up to $25 for writing short articles and blog posts for large major publishers. (some publishers will pay as low as $10 per post, but you're likely to find some that will pay as high as $25). If you write 2 blog posts, you've made $50.
  • If you're a seasoned medical writer, then you can make up to $50 or more per short article.
Interested? Click here to read articles related to blogging and maybe you'll get inspired.

1 comment:

  1. Interesting but where does one find medical blogs that will pay for posts?