Writing can inspire, inform, educate and/or entertain. Writing is a gift and you as the writer can transform lives, but is your writing a business?
Do you enjoy writing for fun, as a hobby, or do you aspire to build, grow, and thrive from the fruit of your labor?
If you want the latter, then it is you understand the value of performing the steps needed to scale your writing. After all writing touches virtually every aspect of our lives.
Think about it, the news, movies, or theater plays you watch; the emails or text messages you send; the songs you hear, even if you engage in calligraphy, which is the art of beautiful writing, our lives are touched by writing.
Writing as a business can take the form of bloggers who make money from ads, affiliate links, or sales; authors who earn royalties from book sales, online courses, and speaking engagements; freelance writers; ghostwriters; editors and proofreaders; calligraphers who sell artwork, and more.
Has God called you to use your writing as a ministry or business? Even, if you choose to write as a ministry, it will involve conducting similar business related activities in order to grow.
When writing as a business here are some things to consider:
Until next time.