Affiliate marketing can lead to a real income — but it takes time and effort as well a growing audience. Amy Norton (of Coffee and Kink) shares highlights from her Eroticon presentation to help you make money through affiliate sales.
Category: Making Money
There are multiple ways smutlancers can make money. This is the conversation about how to build an income and create the life you want for yourself.
In my income reports, I break down my income by “client work” which is further broken down between vanilla and sex/adult and as well as a list of revenue streams created by my content — blog, podcast, videos, other work. Let’s talk about what that means.
Disclosure: Affiliate links are included in this post. This means if you click a link and make a purchase, I make a small commission. This supports my work and my caffeine addiction. Second disclosure:...
The question embedded in my title is as much a reminder to myself as it is a rallying call for fellow creatives. I suspect that viewing rejection as a valuable learning curve only really comes with a lot of time, a heap of success, and a helluva lot of hindsight.
Have you received an email or two (or a dozen) with an extremely vague request for a guest blog post on your site — from an unknown person or site? It may or may not mention a backlink. It may or may not mention payment. What is this about? How should you handle it? In a twist that shocks no one, I’ve got thoughts.
I get a lot of questions from sex bloggers and adult content creators about when and how to do financial disclosures. When to disclose, how to do it, what exactly to say/write. Below are...
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.