|Until cash flow rolls on this site, tips are welcome.|
As far as getting a job - HR people won't even look at my resume because I was a stand-up comic and an advertising agency owner. I was the boss for 16 of the last 19 years. No one wants to hire the boss. So, I started this blog. I never give up.
I'm funny. I'm informative. I know marketing. I'm a social media monster. I'm a great storyteller. And I know there are people with a lot less to offer and with a lot less talent on the Internet that are making substantial livings through their blogging and Internet activities. On average, it took them a minimum of six months to see lunch money coming in; and about a year to 18 months until they were supporting themselves and their families.
Right now, I live on food stamps, free coffee from the friends I've made at Dunkin Donuts (which is my primary office), and charity from my brother and sister - gas money, spending money, utilities, etc.
Right now, I'm like one of those guys you see on the sidewalk with the guitar case open, coins and bills strewn around the inside. I'm blogging for small change (ad revenues), but I'm working on developing other revenue streams - teaching, consulting, writing for others, and a couple books in the works.
There is no paycheck in blogging. You are creating a business. When I was a stand-up comic, I got paid. Here, you work your ass off and hope that enough people come, like my stuff and click on an ad on their way out. Ad clicks generate anywhere from 1¢ to $5.00 or more per click... most are under 10¢. So, I need thousands of people to come, like and click.
There are some people that absolutely love what I'm doing here. You might be one of them. This is a chance to "pay the price of admission" so to speak. Drop $1, $5, $10 or more in the tip jar. I won't let you down.
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|Help me get back to my little girl.|
PS - The reason I'm doing all of this is to leave Cleveland and return to Las Vegas, where I lived for 14+ years. I have a 10 year-old daughter there and she needs her daddy. I'm working my ass off to build this business up, so I can unplug it in Ohio and plug it back in when I get back to Vegas. No other job can offer me that. Plus, I'll have TIME to spend with the girl that I love more than any other person on this earth. Help me if you can. Drop a few coins in the Roger Blazic Tip Jar.