I monetise Rasp And Rivet in various ways…
You’ll notice advertisement banners on Rasp And Rivet (if you’re not blocking them). These hardly cover any costs, but every cent helps.
Paid opinion pieces and reviews
Because it takes hours, days, weeks to write an article, I charge a fee for writing opinion pieces and reviews. The fee covers the time I spend dissecting products.
For more info about featuring your product on Rasp And Rivet, please visit the order page.
Some Rasp And Rivet articles contain affiliate links. One of the main sites I support as an affiliate is Amazon.
If you click on an affiliate link, it uses tracking code that enables me to earn a small commission on the product you buy through Amazon.
It doesn’t cost you extra
Buying through an affiliate link doesn’t push up the price. you pay the same as you would have, had you not clicked the link. I get a cut of the original price. I don’t add to the original price.
Why try to make money from a blog? After all, it’s a bunch of words and pictures. These things are easy to whack together!
Some of them are.
But not this one.
My opinion pieces often exceed 1,000 words in length, while my reviews are thousands of words long.
But my articles aren’t jumbled concoctions of incomprehensible jargon.
I spend an enormous amount of time crafting valuable opinion pieces and reviews for my audience. My goal is to inform and educate.
It takes days, sometimes weeks, to craft these pieces. I need to put food on the table with this tool, or else my family and I starve.
Want your product featured?
So you’ve seen that Rasp And Rivet’s articles are among the best in the world. You’ve noticed that On Paper articles are informative and that Rasp And Rivet reviews give an astonishing amount of detail.
You’d like that for your product.
You’d love to have a writeup of your article that doesn’t skim the surface, but dives into why your product deserves to be seen.
If you have a phenomenal product, whether in production or funding stage, visit the order page. I’ll send you my fee structure and further instructions.
Let’s make work of informing people about your product.
I send out a newsletter on Monday mornings. It’s a summary of articles written the previous week.
You’ll only appreciate the newsletter if you prefer truth over marketing hype.