I’m constantly looking for viable methods that can generate a passive income as a writer. Although I hate that term, having a steady stream of income with little work would be nice. So, I’m going to give Vocal another go in this latest challenge.
Vocal Media is one of those websites that many writers use to make money. But how realistic is it to replace a full-time income on the platform? Today, I’ll break down some of the ins and outs of using Vocal and whether it’s right for you.
Recently, I decided to do a 30-day challenge for myself to publish a post every day on Vocal Media. This case study was to see if writing for a month makes an impact on income, viewership, or attracting followers. Unfortunately, there is a delay on Vocal for submitting articles.
Recently, I decided to throw my lot in for the Fiction Awards challenge on Vocal by submitting a horror story. It’ll be a few weeks before we know the final results, but I messed up in several ways. So, what did I learn from this experience?
Now that things are starting to settle a big after my 90 blog posts in 30 days challenge, it’s time to set up yet another. Actually, I’ve been wanting to do an experiment of writing for 30 days on Vocal Media for a few months now. So, it’s time to get that ball rollin’.