Make Money on Medium

Build Your Audience and Grow Your Income with Medium.com

By Nicole Akers

Praise for Make Money on Medium

Make Money on Medium is for anyone who has always wanted to earn money as a writer but didn’t know where or how to start. This comprehensive, step by step guide is all you need to get started.”

Jeff Goins, bestselling Author of Real Artists Don’t Starve

 “As a full-time blogger and author, yet Medium newbie, I found Nicole Akers’ incredible guide to be encouraging, motivating, and jammed full with must-read insight. This book is your one-stop shop for how to engage and reach your audience online.”

Paul Angone, author of Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties

 “Make Money on Medium” is a no-brainer if you want to learn pretty much everything there is to know about Medium from a seasoned veteran.”  

Tom Kuegler, top writer on Medium.com

 “I owe a large portion of my success to Nicole and her publication. Put one hundred percent of your trust in her because she knows exactly what she’s talking about. Coming from a top writer, I can tell you the process she lays out is pretty much my entire recipe for making 4-5 figures a month on Medium every single month.”

 Ayodeji Awosika, top writer on Medium.com

“Make Money on Medium” is the perfect resource for any writer looking to get readers on Medium, as well as earn enormous income from their work. A must-read for any writer on Medium. 

Anthony Moore, top writer on Medium.com

Welcome to Publishous

Hi, I’m Nicole. My passion is helping tomorrow’s best sellers get published today. It’s what I do through the Publishous publication on Medium.com. 

Publishous got its start in late 2017 and has been growing exponentially ever since. Today it serves more than 800 writers, has nearly 50,000 followers, and is one of Medium.com’s top publications. 

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