Regular readers know that I’m on a mission to increase my monthly income by 10% each month. Actually, I changed the percentage from 10 to 15% (maybe I need to do a different post outlining the effect of increasing your income by 15% each month instead of 10%).
Of course over the holidays most people are out having a good time and they’re not on the internet reading articles I wrote. Since I have very few seasonal articles, my residual income takes a hit during these times (a hint that I should write a few seasonal articles).
Anyway, since I’m on a 15% monthly increase mission, my Excel spreadsheet tells me exactly how much money I need to earn each day in order to stay on target. It’s no surprise that from July 2-5 my numbers were in the red. So, to make up for the deficit I decided to write a few Demand Studio articles.
DS – A Surprisingly Enjoyable Experience
I was very surprised to find several titles that seemed to be tailor made for me. As I read the titles out loud to my family, they wondered if someone had been lurking around our house listening to our conversations and observing our lifestyle. The titles were a hand in glove fit for yours truly thus making it easy to bang out an article in 15 or 20 minutes.
To add icing on the cake, Demand Studio recently revamped its search function making it extremely easy to find appropriate titles.
Giving Credit where Credit is Due
I’ve got to hand it to Demand Studios this time around. They not only made it easy for me to find titles, but the titles were actually enjoyable to write. To top it off, not a single rewrite request from any of the CEs (I probably shouldn’t say that out loud, I might jinx it).
I don’t make it a regular habit to write for Demand Studios, but in situations where I need to meet my daily writing income goal, they sure come in handy. As I continue to build my residual income, I’ll use them less and less, but it’s nice to know they’re around when you need them.