“Networking” is the term we hear most often when it comes to forging professional connections and relationships. That sounds like a ring of Hell to me. But one thing is true — connections and relationships do help us achieve our smutlancing goals, grow our income, and build a career. Today I’m sharing what I’ve learned through connections I’ve built over the years.
Author: Kayla Lords
One of the best things you can do for your bank account and your peace of mind is find ways to earn steady and repeatable income. If you want to work with clients — writing content, editing video, creating graphics, whatever — turning one-off clients into repeat business establishes a steady income and helps you sleep a little better at night.
The summer has been a time of unplanned rest (but much needed) and navigating new financial realities in my personal life (like insurance premiums that doubled and rent that’s 50% higher than a mortgage). Business has picked up in the last few weeks — from existing and new clients — so I’ll be curious to see what happens in the fall. For now, here’s what July’s income looked like.
In this week’s Smutlancer podcast, Molly Moore and her husband, Michael Knight aka DomSigns, share their presentation from Eroticon 2019: looking at your website/sex blog with a critical eye. If you know your site needs work but don’t know where to start, this episode will help!
Consider this post an example of two things you can do at once — an easy way to create content when you’re just not feeling it and a way to get eyes on older...
Adding images to your sex blog posts isn’t required, but a lot of people do it — or want to. Never download whatever you find in a random Google search — you’re violating copyright nearly every time. Choose one of these options (free or paid) instead.