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How To Make Money On Vocal: Five Vocal Stories On How To Make A Profit

by Amanda Mitchell about a month ago in advice

Want a cheat sheet on the best stories to read about using Vocal to make money? I compiled you a list of story's that will teach you everything you need to know!

How To Make Money On Vocal: Five Vocal Stories On How To Make A Profit
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Vocal is an all-in-one platform where you can share your stories, build an audience, and earn money.

This quote was taken directly from Vocal's website and it is uninhibitedly true. The only thing is how do you go about building that audience and earning money? Although receiving a cent per view is fantastic, it sure does take a long time before those pennies turns into real money.

As much as I would like to pretend that I joined the platform solely off the desire to become a writer, it isn’t true; I can write on any platform. The reason I joined Vocal, was because I thought I would make money while writing.

Vocal has proven to offer an easy to use platform with numerous ways to make money. At first, it was difficult to find a rhythm to boost views but, after doing some research, it quickly became easier. What research have I done? I read article after article offering advice on how to boost your profit on Vocal. As a way of streamlining the process for others, I have compiled a list of 5 must reads available on Vocal today.

#1-How I’ve Earned Over $200 In Vocal Tips!

Written by Kathryn Milewski

Kathryn has been on vocal since 2019 and has written countless top stories as well as placed in over five challenges. In this article, she explains how the majority of the profits that she receives from Vocal are from tips. Do you want to know how she does it? She asks! She also writes personable and informative stories that bleed her personality which I’m sure helps a lot. I’m summarizing of course, so please take a minute to check out her story!

#2- How I've Earned Over $4,000 from Vocal Challenges

Written by Kathryn Milewski

Here is yet another, enlightening excerpt written by Kathryn. I’ll admit that I am a bit of a fan of hers. A groupie if you will. I’m not saying I’m obsessed with her writing, I’m just saying if Vocal ever allows writers to follow each other, she is the first one I'm following. Honestly, if you have the time, you should check out the spotlight story that Vocal wrote on her.

Back to my main point, this story gave pretty good insight to one of my biggest questions. How does one win a Vocal Challenge? Like seriously? Do you have to be part of the Illuminati? One of her tips is actually pretty simple; think outside the box. To quote part of her explanation,

My rule of thumb is that the second idea is often more profitable than the first. I say this because by the time it takes you to write, design, and publish a piece, chances are your idea will already be taken.

She makes a lot of good suggestions and I recommend that you read them all here.

#3-Introducing Creator Bonuses on Vocal

by JUSTIN MAURY

Justin is the founder of Vocal, so I trust what he has to say about using the platform. In this article, he goes on to explain a few ways you can earn money from Vocal, without having to get a ton of views, tips or even win a challenge. It is a quick read so take a second to check it out.

#4-18 Evergreen Content Ideas That Will Boost Your Traffic

By Vocal Team

Vocal goes out of it's way to improve, explain and encourage the creativity of its writers. One of the ways they do this, is by helping them receive views and therefore profit. The most helpful tip that I took away from this article was that how to guides and lists are often fan favorites. I appreciate the insight! They listed quite a few other tips that are a must read.

#5-How I Started Averaging Over $2000 a Month Writing on Vocal

by Jonathan Sim

This was the story that prompted me to compile this list in the first place. The platform is saturated in writers trying to help others make money. An issue that I run into, is that a lot of it is clickbait. Not everyone has helpful tips, but Jonathan does. My biggest takeaway from his article was that naming your story is almost as important as the writing itself. Want to know how you should name your stories. Well check out his story! I promise it is worth the view.

If you enjoyed this story maybe let me know by sending a like. Tips are appreciated as well! Happy writing!

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Amanda Mitchell
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