Becoming Full-time in Digital: Google Adsense Approved and Reaching Over 5K on InstagramBecoming full-time in digital isn’t entirely part of my plan when I quit on my corporate job in 2018. More like, I was delayed of an opportunity. 2019 was nothing but a waiting game for me and I thought to myself, “What’s next?” All the things that I do now happened because of an everyday realizations about how to grow professionally knowing the fact that I was at home for over a year already, earning nothing so I know I needed to do something to make use of the Internet and my laptop.
On this piece, I’ll be talking about my small achievements, few things that I’m currently doing as digital freelancer, and a documentation of my social media growth, so that I have something to look back to.This is going to be an overwhelming post for me since about three months, I have a lot of milestone to celebrate. Without everyone’s unwavering support, I won’t be able to be where I am today and I am honestly beyond grateful for it. I have been a blogger for the past 8 years but I’m not really making money from it. Also, I’m doing a small-scale graphic design projects to my family and friends that gives me a few cash. So I realized, why not make it as an option to seriously earn money and start digital freelancing? I’ll tell you more about what it is like to be a badass digital freelancer and how I started on a separate post. Some things that I’ll cover:
- What does it mean to be a digital freelancer?
- Skill set needed and what to learn
- Pros and cons
- Income expectations
- A look on my day to day as digital freelance