Which browsers do you use to earn money?
We’re going to assume that you’re a tech writer at some point in the future.
You probably have a lot of free time.
You’re not a programmer.
You don’t have much else to spend.
You just want to earn some money.
The problem is, if you’re not making money, how do you earn money for it?
Or, even worse, how are you going to make money for the time that you have left?
So what should you be doing?
If you’re the kind of person who loves the idea of writing, then the first thing you should do is set up a free writing account.
You can do this with your blog, too, of course, but for the purpose of this article, I’m going to use WordPress as an example.
The WordPress blog is a popular blogging platform, but if you don’t know what that means, read on.
The main difference between WordPress and other blogging platforms is that WordPress allows you to monetize your content.
This means that you can earn money by selling advertising space on your blog.
It’s actually quite simple to set up.
In the sidebar of your WordPress dashboard, click “Settings” and then “Advertising”.
From here, you can set a few basic rules to ensure that your ad revenue is fairly distributed.
In our example, we’re going in and setting a minimum ad revenue of $1 per month.
If you decide to set your ad income higher, then you’ll need to be more specific about how you want to split your advertising income.
For example, if your ad spend is between $5 and $10 per month, then a bit more would be ideal.
If your revenue is less than $5, then there’s nothing to worry about.
On the other hand, if revenue is more than $10, then it could be a problem.
If your blog generates more than 500 page views per day, then some of your revenue will have to be spent on advertising, so you need to figure out how much money you need for that.
If it’s less than that, you may not be able to get the ad space you need.
We’ve been told that if you want your content to generate money, you have to have a good following.
If that’s the case, then this might be the place for you.
You can set up your blog as a payment gateway, which means that it’ll allow you to pay for the ads you post.
In our example here, we’ll be using a WordPress payment gateway.
This can be a great option if you have an ad revenue surplus or a high revenue stream, but it does mean that you’ll have to pay a lot more for the space you get.
To see how much you’ll pay, go to your WordPress payment page, select “Ads”, and then click “Add”.
In the “Add a Payment Type” window, you’ll see an option that says “Payment Method”.
Click “Payments” and you’ll be prompted for a payment amount.
When you do, click on “Add Payments”.
Now that you’ve added your payment method, click the “Pay” button.
You’ll then be presented with the following screen.
To pay with your credit card, click here.
Now that you know how much your blog is going to cost, click your “Pay Now” button, and then make a payment.
You should see a new checkbox next to your payment amount, and you can click it to confirm that you want the money to be transferred.
If not, you won’t be charged any extra for the transaction.
Once you’re done making a payment, click this “View” button to see how your ad earned.
It’ll give you a summary of the total ad revenue that you earned.
If the amount you were paid is less, then your total ad income was more than the amount that you actually paid.
In other words, you’re doing well!
Now, if we want to take the next step, we can add some more ad revenue to the mix.
To do this, we need to set a “Pay Later” option in the Adwords settings page.
In this case, you need only add $5 per month to your total Adwords earnings, and the remaining $10 will go to the “Rewards” section.
As you can see from the screenshot above, this section allows you edit your ad rewards.
To make your rewards better, you should add more and more ads.
If, however, you want a smaller amount to go towards the rewards, then just click the button “Redeem Rewards”.
You’ll be presented, as you would in the ad section, with a screen that shows how much of your ad budget you’ve already earned.
You might have more than you expected. If