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Looking for high-traffic partners to monetize. Ideas?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by professionalwriter, May 25, 2015.

  1. professionalwriter

    professionalwriter Newbie

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    New to the site. Not sure where I should look for this. Hoping someone might have a suggestion about how to find it.

    I am a professional writer. I have published ebooks, hundreds of articles (for pay), and written for business magazines. I want to partner with people who have good traffic on a niche blog, or loads of Twitter/FB followers in a niche. I will ghostwrite write an ebook for that person. They promote it to their existing traffic. We split the money 50-50. No upfront cost to anyone. Frankly, I know how to write professionally, but don't have the time to build a following for a blog, FB, Twitter, etc.

    To peddle someone else's Amazon ebook via affiliate link gets a max of 6%. Writing your own gets 70%. I have done that, and know the formatting, cover art, etc. A 50-50 split gets someone 35% of whatever the cover price is, with no up front investment. All I need is to get some info on the niche I am writing for. I have been writing dozens of articles per week on demand for years.

    I am looking for 10 people to do this with. I am not outsourcing or automating. I write. I design. I publish. I can even be reached by phone to discuss the book. (On twitter I am headlinebasher.)

    I just don't know where to find these ten people who want to monetize their existing traffic -- whether it is a blog, or just a Twitter feed or FB page -- with a product tailor-made to their niche audience's needs.

    Any suggestions? Thanks a lot. I really appreciate it.
     
  2. Shadexpwn

    Shadexpwn Elite Member

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    You're better off writing for Hubpages and getting .05-.15 USD a day in passive streams than relying on a highly competitive Kindle book unless your content is top notch.

    Usually you can upload to both and simply stun out the market share and deviate from and move towards multiple income streams from the same derivative source string.