Welcome To Kaitlynn's Place

Kaitlynn was born September 29th, 2004. We have seen neurology specialists from St. Louis to New Orleans since she was born. Unfortunately, we still do not have a definitive diagnosis for Kaitlynn. The best guess her doctors have to offer is mitochondrial disease.

Earn Money Writing Online!

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It is often hard for the parent of handicapped children, young children, and special needs children to balance the need for a paycheck with the desire to stay home with the needy child.

 I know when I found out that Kaitlynn was going to have extensive medical problems, I did not hesitate to quit my nursing job and devote myself to her. However, that decision drastically impacted my lifestyle and ability to pay bills.

I turned to the internet as a way to make up a small portion of my income. Anyone that tells you that there are get rich quick portals on the internet is being dishonest. However, there are a few ways, aside from blogging, to turn your writing skills into a little cash. Keep in mind that the quality of your writing is going to determine just how much money you can make writing online. These are two of my favorites:


You are paid based on the amount of traffic you bring to the writing. So, you must build up a steady stream of traffic and regular readers to make any money with pay-per-click writing.

I have tried several pay-per-click writing sites, but my favorite is Triond. Triond is essentially a publishing service that enables you to write at will and publish content of any type to a variety of niche websites that covers topics such as: poetry and literature, business, sports, travel, health and wellness, science, cooking, etc.. You can keep track of everything you publish on Triond, how many views you get per article, comments, the source of traffic, how much money you make per entry, etc.. You can even personalize your profile page to become a writing portfolio of sorts. The company places display and contextual advertising in your content. They share 50% of the ad revenue with you (Earnings= page views*eRPM/1000.) You can also set up ad sense on the content and make even more money. Referring writers is yet another way to increase your earnings.

Payments are once a month by PayPal, Western Union, or paper check. I would suggest PayPal. I started out getting a paper check, but the banks would not cash it…since it came from Israel. I  have been writing under Triond for 3 years and have received my earnings every single month. Another great thing about Triond is that you will earn "lifetime" on every submissions. I did not write anything for the first three months after my second child was born and was still earning $30.00-$60.00 a month just off my past work.

I would invite you to sign up for Triond using my link (here), as Triond will pay me 10%  on top of whatever you earn per month:)


I tried 3 different pay for content type sites. The only one that I would recommend is Textbroker. I made $800.00 the first month.
Textbroker serves as a posting portal for authors to pick and choose content orders to write. The orders are broken down by theme/subject, writer level, and money per word paid. You opt what to write on based on your personal knowledge and expertise. The client will post whatever specifications (SEO, word count, etc..), you write it to that specification, and you get paid. The positive is that you don’t have to market the work to get paid, like at Triond. Once you become established, you will also find satisfied clients contacting you directly for work orders. Textbroker gets the money from the client before they publish the work order…so you are guaranteed payment. 

Keep in mind that you must use correct grammar! Many of these orders are for professional or educational use, and poor grammar will not be tolerated. Unlike Triond, which is foreign based, you must submit your tax information at Textbroker!


hannah said...

Following you back from Tuesday (a little late, I know). This is a great post! I am a writer too (have an almost-PhD in English), so I am going to check some of these sites out. Thanks!

jo oliver said...

Thanks Hannah! Your blog was very well done. So, you would do very well at either site. Good luck!!!

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