Episode #21 PodcastAnswerMan Cliff Ravenscraft & Passive Income for Writers

Guest: Cliff Ravenscraft, aka The PodcastAnswerman!

This is a long episode,  and we talk about so much valuable information I split the interview into Part 1 and Part 2. So stay tuned for next week’s second half, okay? 

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Show Notes 
Episode #21

In this first segment, we talk about…

-How writers can make money from being online 
-Why you should give away valuable information
Social Media Serenity 
Persuing a Balanced Life

How I’ve boosted my career and will be appearing at the

NESCBWI conference &
NY Reading Association

Listen to Cliff’s podcast episode that’ll teach you how to use The Power of LinkedIn

We also talk about:

-How to make a living from an audience of 1000
Backblaze for inexpensive yet fabulous backup
-Twitter lists and what they’re good for
-What’s bad and what’s good about auto-tweeting and what about timed (scheduled) tweets?
-Best times to post
-Twitter habits that annoy us and how being on Twitter has made Cliff money
-How to create a mailing list

Next week on Episode #22:

-Authenticity and how it relates to success and making money 
-How giving away valuable information for free will make you money 
-How to find out what to charge for a sponsorship and get the confidence to ask for a sponsorship
-Yes, I get on my Anyone-Who-Works-With-Children-Get-Paid-Less Soapbox. Apologies.
-Building an audience that trusts you and wants to pay you
-How to be an expert in your field

Note – when we refer to the “Edirol” we’re talking about a digital recording device.

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