Making money online.

BloggersMakeMoneyWe earn a bit from the internet each year, so making money online is possible.

It’s not a lot, but it certainly does pay for our internet access, web host and other incidentals associated with being online. How to seo wordpressAnd, yes, we do pay income tax and FICA (Social Security and Medicare) taxes on those earnings.

Interestingly, much of the earnings have been passive in that I haven’t put any effort for several years into the sites that have earned the most on a regular basis – Haw Creek and a related blog, Haw Creek Out ‘n About.  Both are related to recreational vehicles, travel, and camping.

I’ve started revising and adding to the Haw Creek, working on bringing links to RV manufacturers up to date and adding new content, including the following:

In the last few months, Karen has started bringing in a bit on her blog, Quilts…etc., with ads from Craftsy, a site that has craft supplies as well as online classes related to cooking, photography, sewing, quilting, fine art, knitting, and more.

Perhaps by putting a bit of effort into these passive earning sites, I may be able to boost the earnings a tad.

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  • Rummuser Jan 20, 2014

    That is very interesting. I wish you all the best for the future too.
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    • Mike Jan 21, 2014

      Thanks. It's interesting, but it does take some effort.

  • Rummuser Jan 20, 2014

    I guess that there is a lot more work to be done on the site. To comment, I had to open this particular post from all the others, unlike before when each post had its own comment option appearing on the home page.
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    • Mike Jan 21, 2014

      It was actually a setting that I had chosen to turn off. I didn't realize that anyone used that link. I turned it back on.

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